New additions hail from throughout Wisconsin – Janesville, Wisconsin Dells, Eau Claire, Burlington, Green Bay, and Kaukauna

(Delafield) – The Nicholson for Senate campaign announced additional Finance Committee Co-Chairs from throughout Wisconsin today. New additions to the committee include David and Judy Baum (Janesville), Tom Diehl (Wisconsin Dells), Neil and Kathy Haselwander (Eau Claire), David Lynch (Burlington), Pat and Ann Murphy (Green Bay), and Jim Ostrom (Kaukauna).

“I’m honored to have the support of an incredible committee as the outsider candidate for U.S. Senate in Wisconsin,” said Kevin Nicholson. “As our campaign continues our work to ‘Send in the Marine’ and keep our focus on beating Tammy Baldwin, our growing leadership team will help us to continue to build on our momentum toward victory in November.”

Nicholson’s announcement comes on the heels of his campaign raising in excess of $1 million in the first quarter of 2018, as well as an 18-point lead in a poll of Wisconsin Republican primary voters. The Nicholson for Senate committee includes (new additions in bold):

  • John Anderson (Lake Geneva)
  • David and Judy Baum (Janesville)
  • Bill and Betsie Berrien (Milwaukee)
  • Tom and Ginee Burke (Racine)
  • Debbie Cervenka (Phillips)
  • Tom Diehl (Wisconsin Dells)
  • Jeff Harris (Brookfield)
  • Neil and Kathy Haselwander (Eau Claire)
  • Rick Lommen (Onalaska)
  • David Lynch (Burlington)
  • Jack and Patti McKeithan (Milwaukee)
  • Fred and Mary Mohs (Madison)
  • Ed Mooney (Milwaukee)
  • Pat and Ann Murphy (Green Bay) 
  • Mick Neshek (Lake Geneva)
  • Matt Neumann (Hartland)
  • Jim Ostrom (Kaukauna)
  • Trygve Solberg (Minocqua)
  • Dick and Liz Uihlein (Minocqua)
  • Terrence Wall (Madison)

Mary Stitt, Wisconsin fundraiser for the Nicholson for Senate campaign commented: “In my many years of building finance teams in Wisconsin, this is one of the best teams that I’ve seen a campaign put together. We’re so excited about the expanded committee, and we look forward to continuing to grow our team – and the campaign’s overall momentum – through November.”

Nicholson has recently been endorsed by an impressive and growing coalition that includes honorary campaign co-chairs Murph Burke and Jim Klauser, over 8,000 Wisconsin voters that have donated to his campaign, Senator Ted Cruz, Ambassador and now-National Security Advisor John Bolton, Club for Growth, FreedomWorks for America, Ed Rollins and Great America PAC, Wisconsin Family Action PAC, Tea Party Patriots, and the Madison Project.

Nicholson is a decorated Marine who served combat tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan. He currently works as a business consultant, helping companies solve their toughest problems. He is a first-time candidate running in the Republican primary to defeat Democrat Tammy Baldwin.

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