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(Pewaukee) – Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow, today, announced his bid for re-election as County Executive.
“I am honored to have served the people of Waukesha County as their County Executive for the past four years, but our work is not done. We must always be looking to the future and find ways to make our county safer, more prosperous, and an even better place to live and raise our families. I am running for re-election eager to face the challenges ahead and optimistic about the future of our great county,” Farrow stated.
During the past four years of Paul’s leadership as Waukesha County Executive, the county has seen sustained economic growth, record low unemployment, and maintained its statewide reputation as a low tax leader. His budgets have prioritized justice and public safety funding, helped fight the opioid epidemic, invested in our roads and infrastructure, and cut the tax rate each year.
“I have decided to seek another term in office because I am passionate about ensuring our children have a great place to grow-up, live, and raise their own families. We’re off to a great start. We have safe communities, wonderful businesses that call Waukesha County home, our unemployment rate is at a record low, and while that is wonderful news, it creates real workforce challenges and puts pressure on our communities to provide adequate housing for our young professionals and families. I am ready and willing to work with people on all sides of these issues and tackle these problems head on,” Farrow concluded.
Paul Farrow has served as Waukesha County Executive since 2015 and resides in Pewaukee with his wife Amy. The election for County Executive will be held on Tuesday, April 2, 2019