CONTACT: Contact: Matt Adamczyk
WAUWATOSA… Matt Adamczyk announced his candidacy today for Wisconsin’s 14th State
Assembly District. The district includes portions of the Cities of Brookfield, Wauwatosa and
Adamczyk was elected as the 35th Wisconsin State Treasurer in 2014 with over one million votes and has supported the effort to eliminate his office to save taxpayer money.
“I am humbled by the support I’ve received from so many in my tenure as State Treasurer,”
Adamczyk said. “I look forward to continuing my effort to reduce the size of government and will advocate for conservative policy as a state representative in Madison.”
Adamczyk boasts an impressive resume including helping to manage a family business and
operating a small home rental business. Before being elected state treasurer, Adamczyk served as an advisor to State Senator Leah Vukmir. Adamczyk graduated from Pius XI High School and earned a bachelors degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
“I look forward to bringing my private sector skills to the State Assembly,” explained Adamczyk. “As someone that grew up working in a small family business, I know firsthand the damage that big government can do to job creators.”
Adamczyk is focusing his platform on supporting and building on the fiscal reforms
implemented by Governor Scott Walker and legislative Republicans, protecting personal
freedoms and upholding family values.
“As state treasurer, I have proven that I will work to make government more efficient and cut government spending. I cut my office budget by about 75 percent and cut three fulltime staff positions to save money,” Adamczyk said. “I am also proud to have worked with conservative legislators to save taxpayer money and would like to join them in the state Assembly to keep Wisconsin moving in the right direction.”