In four weeks, raises more than primary election opponent raised in all of 2021

[Balsam Lake, Wis.] – Today, Adam Jarchow announced that his campaign raised over $100,000 in the four weeks since launching his bid for attorney general. Jarchow’s fundraising significantly outpaces his primary election opponent – raising more in four weeks than his opponent totaled in all of 2021 and 3x what he raised in the second half of 2021, when accounting for personal contributions.

Last week, Jarchow announced the support of nearly two dozen law enforcement leaders. Earlier, the campaign outlined a strong advisory committee comprised of leaders in the conservative legal movement, law enforcement, and grassroots community across the state.

“Voters are excited about our campaign to fire Josh Kaul, and I’m humbled by the incredible support that we’ve earned from patriots across Wisconsin,” said Adam Jarchow. “We must elect a trusted, reliable conservative with the conviction and record needed to restore leadership to the attorney general’s office and fight back against the radical liberal agenda.”

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About Adam

Adam has practiced law for nearly 20 years and helps his wife, Barbara, run their small businesses. In 2014, Adam was elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly, where he fought for smaller, limited government and worked against the bureaucratic deep state; voters re-elected him by a wide margin in 2016. Adam was the lead author of several conservative reforms that were signed into law by Governor Walker. As a result of Adam’s legislative leadership, numerous business and agricultural associations – representing hard-working people across the state – recognized his efforts including the Wisconsin Builders Association, Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce, Dairy Business Association, the Wisconsin Taxpayers Association, Wisconsin REALTORS Association, Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce, and the Wisconsin Grocers Association.

Adam is an avid sportsman and lover of the outdoors. He can often be found hunting, fishing, canoeing, water-skiing, and snowmobiling. The greatest joy in Adam’s life has been sharing his love of Wisconsin’s great outdoors with his kids.

Adam has spent nearly a decade as a volunteer firefighter with the Apple River Fire Department. He also helped start the Polk County K-9 Association, which raises money for the Polk County Sheriff’s Department K-9 Unit.

Learn more about Adam and his campaign for Attorney General by visiting

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