HOLMEN, Wisconsin - (WXOW) - Bruce Evers now gets set to face Steve Doyle in the 94th Assembly District general election.
Evers said he has the experience in business that voters are looking for, and because of that he has the ability and expertise to answer their questions. That's a part of the process Evers said he's looking forward to.
"Well I think the key is we've got to get out and see the people," said Evers. "That's what the assembly people need to do. That's what we intend to do. I will be calling on people throughout the district on a real regular basis once we get through this part of the process."
Evers' opponent in the primary, Kevin Hintz commended Evers for running a clean race. Hintz, like Evers, also works in the private sector and said its that kind of experience Wisconsin voters want.
"Wisconsin voters have been through tough times. Families have had to struggle. They've made tough decisions. That's what our state did. We're moving in the right direction. I think voters are going to keep Wisconsin moving in the right direction," Hintz said.
Representative Steve Doyle commented on the race saying he's looking forward to a clean, respectable race against Evers. Doyle went on to say it's his very experience in politics that's necessary right now in the state government.
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