Steil campaign: Grassroots leaders back Steil for Congress

Media Contact: Brandon VerVelde, Campaign Manager

JANESVILLE, Wis. – First Congressional District candidate Bryan Steil announced today endorsements of his campaign from conservative grassroots leaders from across Southeast Wisconsin and every county in the district.

Nancy Milholland, Racine County: “Bryan is a leader in the community and I know he’ll be a leader in Congress. He’ll fight for Southeast Wisconsin at every turn; that’s why we need to elect him to represent our district. I’m proud to endorse him!”

John Macy, Waukesha County: “Bryan has been fighting for the conservative movement with us for the past two decades. He put up yards signs during the recall and helped get conservatives elected from city council to the presidency. Bryan is no doubt the best choice to carry the torch in the 1st District.”

Bryan Steil: “In Wisconsin, we know that the conservative movement always starts at the grassroots. These women and men are dedicated to electing conservatives in Southeast Wisconsin. I am honored to have these leaders on my team.”

The following grassroots leaders endorsed Steil:

Jeff Wamboldt, Kenosha County
Bob and Naomi Knoll, Milwaukee County
Rose Ann Dieck, Milwaukee County
Bill Jaeck, Racine County
Brian Martinez, Racine County
Nancy Milholland, Racine County
Sam Wahlen, Racine County
Sami Dannhauser, Racine County
Andrew Iverson, Rock County
Beth Schmidt, Rock County
Sandi Jacobs, Rock County
Tim Lindau, Rock County
Annette Guye-Kordus and Bob Kordus, Walworth County
James A. Langnes III, Walworth County
Joe Rezek, Walworth County
Pam Wolfe, Walworth County
Don Taylor, Waukesha County
Heather Townsend, Waukesha County
John Macy, Waukesha County

Bryan Steil was born and raised in Janesville, Wisconsin. He is a member of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents and has a strong background as a business leader. For the past nine years, Bryan has worked for manufacturing companies in Rock County and has learned the importance of fiscal discipline and risks of government red tape. Bryan is running for Congress to reduce government overreach and prepare our workforce for the jobs of the future.

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