Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate Adam Fischer was among the featured Republican candidates addressing attendees and delegates at the 2022 Republican Party of Wisconsin State Convention today in Middleton, WI.
In his speech, Fischer outlined his background and rationale for entering the race for Governor. Among other topics, he specifically highlighted voter integrity, domestic terrorism, and educational reforms, as areas that would receive his immediate attention upon taking office. In addition, Fischer took exception to the delayed response by and absence of Governor Tony Evers during the Kenosha riots in August, 2020. Fischer emphasized that of all the candidates in the race for Governor, he was the only one physically present in Kenosha during this insurrection.
At the conclusion of the State Convention Sunday, Fischer will again return to the campaign trail meeting with the voters of Wisconsin.
Adam Fischer is a grassroots candidate for governor from Oak Creek, WI. He is a former police officer, a past nationally recognized corporate salesman, and is currently a successful businessman. For more information, see our website at