State Sen. Leah Vukmir
Press Release

500+ Wisconsinites Endorse Leah for Senate

Homegrown Wisconsin momentum builds to send a proven conservative to DC

By - Mar 22nd, 2018 11:28 am

Brookfield, Wis. — More than 500 Wisconsinites have publicly endorsed conservative Leah Vukmir for U.S. Senate, her campaign announced on Thursday.

“I am truly humbled by the overwhelming support I am receiving from grassroots conservatives all across Wisconsin,” Leah said. “Wisconsinites know how Republican tax cuts and record-low unemployment have made a real positive difference in their lives, and they are getting behind my campaign because they want someone they can trust to defend the unborn, strengthen border security and protect our constitutional rights.”

Leah’s growing list of homegrown endorsements signals the increasing support Badger State residents have for her campaign. From Ladysmith to Oconomowoc, law enforcement officials, small business owners, conservative activists and local elected officials are overwhelmingly backing Leah.

State Reps. James Edming, R–Glen Flora, Jeffrey Mursau, R–Crivitz, Ron Tusler, R–Harrison, and Tyler Vorpagel, R–Plymouth, are new endorsers, as well as Ozaukee County Sheriff Jim Johnson and Green County District Attorney Craig Nolen.

Below is a complete list:

Bennitt Bade, Grassroots Activist
Bloomer

Michael Baranowski, Grassroots Activist
Wauwatosa

Carole Behling, Grassroots Activist
Milwaukee

Mark Bews, Business Leader
Waukesha

Matt Blitz, Educator
New Berlin

Shawn Black, Grassroots Activist
Wausau

Sharon Bondreau, Grassroots Activist
Wauwatosa

John Brixy, County Supervisor
Blue Mounds

Ron Buholzer, Business Leader
Monroe

Terry Certa, Grassroots Activist
Shullsburg

Mary Cicha, Grassroots Activist
Ladysmith

Roger Clark, Grassroots Activist
Franklin

Gail Dee, Grassroots Activist
Brookfield

Tom DeFazio, Educator
Kenosha

James Edming, State Representative
Glen Flora

Brian Frank, Agronomist
Spring Green

Joyce Frey, Grassroots Activist
Burlington

Don Gander, Business Leader
Mineral Point

Andrew Gastrow, Engineer
Wauwatosa

Fred Gier, Grassroots Activist
Mukwonago

Dean Gross, Grassroots Activist
Green Bay

J.T. Goswitz, Veteran
Manitowoc

Jack Grahek, College Republican
University of Wisconsin

Jerry Gruenhagen, Engineer
Fond du Lac

Hugh Gwin, Attorney
Hudson

Charles Hagen, Veteran
Two Rivers

Diane Hamberger, Grassroots Activist
Oconomowoc

Kevin Hampton, Business Leader
Richfield

Orv Hando, Educator
Oshkosh

Stephen Harris, Grassroots Activist
New Berlin

Curtia Haugen, Grassroots Activist
Madison

Michael Heft, Grassroots Activist
Pardeeville

Jim Heinrich, County Supervisor
Waukesha

Pete Henrickson, Veteran
Manitowoc

Kurt Hoffman, Veteran
Michicot

Timothy Imm, Grassroots Activist
Wausau

Charlotte Iverson, Grassroots Activist
Chetek

Agnes Iverson, Grassroots Activist
Sheboygan

Mary Sue Jensen, Grassroots Activist
Wauwatosa

Jim Johnson, Ozaukee County Sheriff
Port Washington

Kevin Johnson, Student
University of Wisconsin

Wayne Johnson, Grassroots Activist
Brookfield

George Kaiser, Grassroots Activist
Milwaukee

Patricia Karcher, Grassroots Activist
Brookfield

John Karol, Grassroots Activist
West Allis

Ken Kaszuba, Business Leader
Milwaukee

Thomas Katnowski, Grassroots Activist
Oconomowoc

Del King, Grassroots Activist
Waukesha

Amy Klapper, Grassroots Activist
Menomonee Falls

Mark Knudson, Grassroots Activist
East Troy

Chuck Kornowski, Grassroots Activist
West Allis

Ethan Krieger, College Republican
University of Wisconsin

Art Krysiak, Grassroots Activist
Brookfield

Robert LaBarbera, Business Leader
Neilsville

Pam Laughrin, Veteran
Michicot

Ronald Liebl, Grassroots Activist
Mukwonago

Paul Lightbody, Grassroots Activist
Francis Creek

Kyle Maichle, Grassroots Activist
Madison

Dennis Martin, Grassroots Activist
Racine

Roger Mater, Business Leader
Brookfield

Dale McNamee, Village Trustree
Fox Crossing

Scott McNeill, Business Leader
Sun Prairie

Ken Meske, Grassroots Activist
Sussex

Holly Hills, Grassroots Activist
Hartland

Daniel Milsted, Veteran
Brooklyn

Maria Milsted, Grassroots Activist
Brooklyn

Ted Mitchell, Veteran
Brillion

Lloyd Mixdorf, Grassroots Activist
Brookfield

Dennis Moehr, Grassroots Activist
Allenton

Jeff Monaghan, Grassroots Activist
Superior

Norman Montgomery, Grassroots Activist
Beloit

Barbara Morgan, Grassroots Activist
Wausau

Jeff Mursau, State Representative
Crivitz

Jason Nado, College Student
Marquette University

Dianna L. Nickel, Grassroots Activist
Minocqua

Craig Nolen, District Attorney
Monroe

Joe Orlick, Grassroots Activist
Milwaukee

Larry Pakyz, Healthcare Professional
Sauk City

Matt Patzke, Healthcare Professional
Racine

Judy Pemberton, Business Leader
Elm Grove

Stephen Randall, Healthcare Professional
Onalaska

Sandra Schueller, Grassroots Activist
Milwaukee

Mike Skalitsky, County Board
Kenosha

Guy Somann, Veteran
New Berlin

Ron Tusler, State Representative
Harrison

Linda Van Scotter, Healthcare Professional
Hot Springs

Dennis Vlach, Business Leader
Greenfield

Tyler Vorpagel, State Representative
Plymouth

Rod Wealti, Engineer
Verona

Austin Weiner, College Republican
University of Wisconsin

Leah Vukmir is a nurse, military mom and conservative with a proven record of reform who is running to bring the Wisconsin Way to Washington. She currently serves as a state senator from Brookfield.

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