Jonathan Brostoff announces re-election bid
Brostoff promises to keep up the fight in Madison for progressive values
MILWAUKEE — State Representative Jonathan Brostoff, Democrat who represents Milwaukee neighborhoods bordering Lake Michigan, today announced his re-election campaign for Assembly District 19.
Representative Brostoff, first elected in 2014, points to his list of accomplishments while in the Wisconsin Assembly: “We worked on mental health funding. We created new support for families living with Alzheimer’s disease. We helped stop water privatization. And we consistently reached across the aisle. I’m proud of what we have done together. I am eager to earn your vote in 2016 so we can continue to work together to champion progressive issues in the Wisconsin Assembly.”
Jonathan Brostoff is passionate about expanding LGBTQ+ rights, fighting for women’s health and reproductive choice, strengthening our public schools and universities, eliminating institutional racism from the criminal justice system, protecting the State’s environment, establishing a living wage, working for continued mental health reform and implementing nonpartisan redistricting.
Jonathan invites all to attend his kick off fundraiser at the Backyard Milwaukee located at 2155 S Kinnickinnic Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53207 on May 29th from 1 to 4 pm. This event will be family friendly.
Press Releases by Jonathan Brostoff
Statement from Rep. Brostoff Regarding Education Funding in Governor Walker’s Proposed Budget
"Today, please remember the immensely meaningful work that Martin Luther King Jr. did for this whole country..."
“I hope this year Walker will finally try to help Wisconsinites, but I fear we will see more of the same; using hard-earned taxpayer dollars to pay off his millionaire friends.”
Representative Jonathan Brostoff is Honored to be Sworn into Office for the 2017-19 Session, is Eager to Tackle Fresh AgendaJan 3rd, 2017 by Jonathan Brostoff
Brostoff will be the Ranking Member for the Assembly Democrats on the Committee for Regulatory and Licensing Reform.
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The Mexican Consulate in Milwaukee will provide a much-needed service to our community offering legal advice, passports, consular IDs, and voter registration cards.