Brown County District 3 race is a repeat of 2020. But now, Amanda Chu is the incumbent and Andy Nicholson the challenger – Green Bay Press Gazette – DC Initiative on Racial Equity
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GREEN BAY – The 2022 race for District 3 on the Brown County Board will look familiar to people who followed the race in 2020: It’s again a matchup of Amanda Chu and Andy NIcholson.

The most significant difference: Chu is now the incumbent. She unseated Nicholson in 2020.

The top vote-getter will win a two-year term representing District 3, on Green Bay’s southeast side.

The Green Bay Press-Gazette asked each candidate background information. We asked them five questions, with a 100-word limit for the first four and 200 words for the fifth. Responses have been edited in some cases to remove unverified claims and attacks on an opponent that did not directly address the question.

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Amanda Chu

Address: 1633 E. Mason St., Green Bay 

Age: 38

Occupation and highest education level attained: Northeast Wisconsin Technical College farm consultant, small farm business owner; master’s in business administration: supply-chain management  

Relevant experience: In my first term on the Board of Supervisors, I have:

  • Successfully co-authored legislation to establish our Clean Energy Subcommittee.
  • Successfully advocated for the retention of the East Side library in District 3.
  • Voted against redistricting maps that favor incumbent interests.
  • Passed two budgets that successively lowered the property tax rate while paying down about $20 million in debt over the past two years.
  • Successfully co-authored a resolution to acknowledge that racism is a public health crisis, and established a Racial Equity Ad Hoc Committee.
  • Worked with the sheriff and jail captain to clarify costs and benefits of the jail’s expanded phone and media services.
  • Identified a need, gained support and co-lead the ongoing development for an Emergency Food Response Plan for Brown Co.

Why are you running for office?

I am deeply motivated by my values rooted in family, community and stewardship. In my first term, I was heartened to see what an energetic person who respectfully seeks to find common ground can do in our county. I believe that I can continue to serve a

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