(Hudson, WI) – Jason Church received several important national and local endorsements in his run to be the next representative of Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District. Church for Wisconsin announced its campaign leadership with Kevin Hermening and Charlotte Rasmussen serving as chairs. Hermening is the immediate past chair of the Marathon County Republicans, a Marine Corps veteran, and Wausau small business owner. Rasmussen previously served as president of the Wisconsin Federation of Republican Women, a member of the leadership team for Women for Trump in 2016 and 2020, and as immediate past chair of the Clark County Republican Party.
Co-chairs of the campaign include:
Brent Jacobson, Mayor of Mosinee, Marathon County
Paul C. Hsu, Farmer, Hsu Ginseng Farms, Marathon County
Will Hsu, President, Hsu’s Ginseng Ent. Inc., Marathon County
Dallas Wuethrich, Frm. President, Grassland Dairy Products, Clark County
Robert Feidler, County Supervisor, St. Croix County
Todd Gilbert, President & CEO, Valley Companies, St. Croix County
Rick Fraatz, Retired Narcotics Investigator St. Croix Tribal Police
John Christy, Veteran, Frm. Chairman of Republican Party of Monroe County
Kim Debels, Business Owner, Lincoln County
This week, Congressman Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) and New Politics, a national organization that supports veterans running for office, announced endorsements.
Crenshaw joins Senator Tom Cotton (R-AK) and Congressman Brian Mast (R-FL) in supporting Church. All three members of Congress supporting Church’s campaign are veterans who know the skills learned in the military are needed in Washington.
Other important endorsements include Charlie Kirk, activist and founder of the national organization, TurningPoint USA, and the Guardian Fund, another organization that supports veterans running for office.
From left to right: Kevin Hermening, Jason Church, Charlotte Rasmussen, and Mayor Brent Jacobson
Jason Church and Congressman Dan Crenshaw
Jason Church and Senator Tom Cotton