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(Pewaukee, WI) – Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow, today, announced his bid for re-election as County Executive. 

“I am running for re-election full of optimism about the future of our great County. I am proud of the work we have done, working cooperatively with our County Board, to keep our residents safe, our county taxes low, and our economy as strong as it can be, but our work is not done. We all know there will be challenges as we continue to make Waukesha County an even better place to live, work and raise a family,” Farrow stated.

During County Executive Farrow’s time in office the county has heavily invested its resources into keeping crime low. The Sheriff’s Department has received three times the amount of new tax levy than any other department. That commitment to law and order, and public safety has been the cornerstone of each of County Executive Farrow’s budgets. 

“I am passionate about ensuring our children have a safe, wonderful place to grow-up, live, and raise their own families. We have many strong businesses that call Waukesha County home, our unemployment rate is back to pre-pandemic levels, and our schools are second to none, so let’s harness this momentum! I am eager and willing to work with people on all sides of any obstacles facing our County to tackle them head on,” Farrow concluded. 

A campaign kick-off event has been scheduled for December 1, 2022 at Tuscan Hall. For event details or more information on the Farrow re-election campaign, please visit or

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 4, 2023

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