For Immediate Release
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Contact: Brad Wojciechowski 920.540.5875, email@example.com
Green Bay — Today, Beau Liegeois, candidate for U.S. Congress, hand-delivered a letter to Mike Gallagher’s office calling for two debates leading up to the November 6th election.
Highlighted in the letter, Beau said, “As the November mid-term election fast approaches, it is paramount that the constituents of Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District are able to hear from the candidates that would represent them in Washington, D.C. The United States Congress will be facing real challenges on issues that affect each and every individual in communities across Northeast Wisconsin…”
Beau continued, “After 21 months in office, it is about time that Mike Gallagher comes forward to publicly state where he is on the issues. Throughout this campaign, I have traveled to every part of the district meeting voters where they live, work, and relax. As your next representative, I will have nowhere to hide. This is my home, where my family lives, and where I plan to spend every weekend while representing Northeast Wisconsin in Washington.”
Beau Liegeois is a lifelong native of the Green Bay area. He is a graduate of Green Bay Southwest High School, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Valparaiso University Law School. He currently serves as an Assistant District Attorney in Brown County where he focuses on prosecuting drug crimes. He also served 8 years as a Captain in the Wisconsin Army National Guard, where he served as a Judge Advocate. Beau is the proud husband of Katie, from New Franken, and father of Evelyn Rey. They currently reside in Allouez