Lauri Asbury to hold safe ‘sign and drive’ nomination papers event

Candidate for Wisconsin State Assembly’s 55th District invites residents to sign nomination papers and pick-up yard signs this Sunday from 1-3 p.m.

NEENAH, Wis.(May 15, 2020) – Lauri Asbury, the pro-small business candidate for Wisconsin State Assembly’s 55th District, is inviting those who live in the district to sign her nomination papers this Sunday, May 17 from 1-3 p.m. in the old Shopko parking lot near Festival Foods, on the corner of Green Bay Road and Winneconne Avenue in Neenah.

Due to current CDC health recommendations, traditional methods of gathering signatures such as knocking on doors and circulating papers at events, are not a good option at this time. Instead, the safe sign and drive event will allow people to sign nomination papers while remaining inside their vehicles. Asbury and volunteers will be wearing masks and gloves and will provide new pens for each signature or guests are welcome to bring their own pens. Yard signs will also be available for pick-up at the sign and drive event.

For more information about Asbury, to download a printable nomination paper or to request a yard sign, please visit Asbury’s website at  

The primary election for the Wisconsin State Assembly’s 55th District is August 11 and the general election is November 3.

Additional background information:
Asbury is a long time Neenah resident and active volunteer. She is a twice elected Neenah Joint School Board Member, Treasurer and Legislative Committee Chair; serves as a Board of Directors Member for the Samaritan Counseling Center; is a Neenah Art Council Member, and Women’s Tuesday Club of Neenah Member; and is proud to serve her community as a Sustaining Member of the Neenah-Menasha Emergency Society and a volunteer for the St. Joseph’s Food Pantry.

As a graduate from the University of Michigan with a BA in political science, Asbury always had a deep interest in politics, both domestic and international, and in serving her community.Throughout her college career at the University of Michigan, she worked as waitstaff and management at a successful restaurant, supporting herself through college. After college she worked as a leasing director and retention consultant at a 1,028-unit apartment community; as a senior account executive at a marketing and advertising company, and as a scheduler and executive assistant at a public relations firm in Washington D.C.

 Asbury has a husband of 27 years and they have two wonderful kids who have both graduated from Neenah High School and are currently attending the University of Wisconsin Madison and Michigan Technological University. Asbury’s husband is a practicing physician and specializes in interventional radiology. Asbury’s family loves Wisconsin and the Fox Cities and came here for great quality of life they provide.


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