Assembly District 92 – Amanda White Eagle

Who I am

Amanda White Eagle graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with liberal arts degrees (a B.A. in Anthropology and French as well as a Certificate in American Indian Studies). She attended the University of Wisconsin Law School and graduated with a juris doctor degree. Amanda is an enrolled member of the Ho-Chunk Nation; she has worked for the Ho-Chunk Nation tribal government in varying capacities for the past fifteen years. She previously served as a judicial officer (an Interim Chief Judge and Associate Judge), as well as the tribe’s Attorney General and Executive Director for the Ho-Chunk Nation Department of Justice. She is admitted to the Ho-Chunk Nation Bar Association, the State Bar of Wisconsin, the United States Supreme Court Bar, and the Federal Bar Association. She currently serves as a Senior Tribal Counsel for the Ho-Chunk Nation. She resides in Black River Falls, Wisconsin, along with her husband and children. They have a family pet, a French bulldog named Charli. She is excited to run for office and contribute to Wisconsin’s governance, and she is very passionate about politics.

Why I am Running

I’m running because of the hardships that my family will undoubtedly face. I did not see myself as an elected politician, but our situation is becoming more dire. I listen to my parents and their concerns ranging from social security, health care, road conditions, and taxes. I listen to my children and their concerns with active shooter drills, climate change concerns, and public university affordability. The time is now!

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