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JANESVILLE, WI — Earlier this morning, House Speaker Paul Ryan (WI-01) and the Dean of Wisconsin’s Congressional Delegation Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (WI-05) published an Op-Ed in RightWisconsin to announce their endorsement of Leah Vukmir to represent Wisconsin in the United States Senate.
From Speaker Paul Ryan: “I’m proud to endorse Leah Vukmir for the United States Senate. She is a longtime friend, a conservative ally, and the right person to take on Tammy Baldwin this fall. Leah has proven that she’s committed to expanding opportunity and challenging the status quo, and our state deserves that kind of leadership in the Senate. She will be a great partner to Ron Johnson and will fight tirelessly to make Washington work more like Wisconsin.”
Click here to read the full op-ed written by Speaker Ryan and Congressman Sensenbrenner, and see some excerpts of the piece below:
RightWisconsin: Ryan & Sensenbrenner: We Choose Leah
By House Speaker Paul Ryan (WI-01) & Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (WI-05)
June 25, 2018
Over the last 18 months, we have passed more than 700 bills in the House of Representatives aimed at growing this economy, expanding opportunity, and putting in place conservative policies that empower individuals and families.
Imagine how much more we could get done if we had another pro-growth conservative in the Senate who was willing to work with us, work with Ron Johnson, and work with the President to build on the success that we’re having.
That’s why we’re both proud to endorse Leah Vukmir to represent Wisconsin in the United States Senate.
Leah is a longtime friend of ours and she has been a conservative partner among grassroots Republicans for years. She has proven that in the face of opposition, she will never waver and will work relentlessly for the causes that she believes in.
Leah has stood with us every step of the way on this journey. Now, it’s time for us to stand with her so she can go to Washington and continue this fight. We’re proud to be supporting her in this Senate race and hope you’ll join us in voting for her to be our nominee on August 14th.