[NEENAH, WI…] The Rachael for Assembly campaign today announced the endorsement of locally elected official Fox Crossing Trustee Dale McNamee in the Republican primary for the 55th Assembly District.
Mr. McNamee was elected as Village Trustee in June 2016. Previously, he was elected to the Supervisor #4 seat and served the Town of Menasha. Mr. McNamee also served as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army.
Mr. McNamee said, “I am endorsing Rachael Cabral- Guevara for State Assembly in the 55th District. She is a common sense fiscal conservative who takes the time to listen to people. She is a resident of Fox Crossing and will be a great representative for our area in Madison.”
McNamee’s endorsement comes on the heels of Debbie Rohrkaste, wife of current state Representative Mike Rohrkaste (R-Neenah), also endorsing Cabral-Guevara.
“I’m grateful for the trust Dale McNamee has placed in me and my campaign to best represent the citizens of the 55th Assembly District,” Cabral-Guevara said. “Local officials know that I will have their backs in Madison, and I will fight to ensure local control is at the forefront of policy decisions.”
Cabral-Guevara is also endorsed by the Wisconsin Right to Life, Wisconsin Nurses Association, Americans for Prosperity, Young Americans for Liberty, Sen. André Jacque (R-DePere), Rep. Shae Sortwell (R-Two Rivers), Rep. Gae Magnafici (R-Dresser), Debbie Rohrkaste, Lynn Murphy, Outagamie County Republican Party Exec. Committee member and FVI Leader Ed Perkins.
Rachael Cabral-Guevara is the owner of Nurse Practitioner Health Services, LLC (NPHS), which provides direct access healthcare to families with high deductibles or no insurance. NPHS provides house calls, nursing services, labs, X-ray, and a full services clinic in Appleton. She earned a Masters in Science Nursing from UW-Milwaukee and a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from UW-Oshkosh. In addition, Cabral-Guevara has served as a senior lecturer at UW-Oshkosh for more than a decade. Her role at UW-Oshkosh includes instructing more than 90 students in both classroom, clinical, and labs in clinical nursing.
Cabral-Guevara lives in Neenah and is mother of four. She is a Neenah Rotary member, volunteer at Alliance Elementary School, and has provided lectures for the National Alliance for Mentally Ill.