Adam Neylon (Rep.), 98th Assembly District
Born Elgin, IL, December 30, 1984; single. Graduate H.D. Jacobs H.S. 2003; B.A. Carroll U. 2008. Small business owner. Former legislative staffer for U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner and State Rep. Bill Kramer. Member: Presidents Advisory Council at Carroll U.; Waukesha Co. Business Alliance; Republican Party of Waukesha Co. (fmr. youth chm.); National Rifle Association.
Elected to Assembly in April 2013 special election. Biennial committee assignments: 2013 — Children and Families; Energy and Utilities; Government Operations and State Licensing; State Affairs; State Supported Programs Study and Advisory Com.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-5120.
Voting address: Pewaukee 53072.
Mailing address: Office: Room 121 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708.
Content referencing Adam Neylon
Industrial Acid Mining Bill Will Put Public Health at Risk for GenerationsNov 8th, 2017 by Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters
"Philosophically, I oppose unelected individuals enacting administrative rules that directly impact citizens and businesses."Nov 7th, 2017 by State Rep. Adam Neylon
The Act will encourage and expand industry clusters in our state.Oct 19th, 2017 by State Rep. Adam Neylon
Which pertains to the $10 billion Foxconn development in southeastern Wisconsin.Aug 11th, 2017 by Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos
Senate Bill 15 makes several changes to the administrative rulemaking process.Aug 9th, 2017 by Gov. Scott Walker
"This is the dawn of a new era in transportation technology, and we should embrace it."Jul 14th, 2017 by State Rep. Adam Neylon
Assembly Bill 42 will ensure unelected bureaucrats can no longer impose expensive rules on Wisconsin taxpayers without the necessary oversight from Wisconsin’s elected legislators.May 3rd, 2017 by State Rep. Adam Neylon
"The University of Wisconsin-Madison has been selected as one of 10 national testing sites for autonomous vehicles."Feb 22nd, 2017 by State Rep. Adam Neylon
"...I am happy to see his proposed increase in K-12 education funding, income and property tax cuts, and workforce development and vocational training programs."Feb 8th, 2017 by State Rep. Adam Neylon
Robotics teams raised nearly half a million in private funds.Jan 17th, 2017 by State Rep. Adam Neylon
The Wisconsin REINS Act gives the Legislature the oversight it needs.Jan 5th, 2017 by State Rep. Adam Neylon
"This new program provides grants to high school students all across Wisconsin for starting and participating in robotics competitions."Sep 14th, 2016 by State Rep. Adam Neylon
“I’m honored to stand with my fellow Republican colleagues in releasing next session’s Forward Agenda.”Sep 7th, 2016 by State Rep. Adam Neylon
“This is an incredible opportunity for the City of Waukesha and its residents to ensure they have access to clean and safe drinking water.”Jun 21st, 2016 by State Rep. Adam Neylon
Wisconsin schools must comply with this legislation by September of 2016.Mar 31st, 2016 by State Rep. Adam Neylon
Following latest WEDC scandal, Jobs Committee needs to do their jobMar 9th, 2016 by State Rep. Chris Taylor