Kevin Nicholson
Press Release

Nicholson Announces Campaign for Governor

Marine Veteran and Businessman Promises to Fight to Move Wisconsin Forward

By - Jan 27th, 2022 09:26 am

DELAFIELD, Wis. –– Conservative outsider Kevin Nicholson today announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for governor of Wisconsin. Nicholson is a Marine veteran, a businessman, and the founder and previous volunteer President and CEO of No Better Friend Corp.

Upon his entry into the race, Nicholson vowed to “Fight for Wisconsin,” as he joined “The Regular Joe Show” – a radio show hosted by Joe Giganti on WTAQ, WHBL, and WSAU – and issued the following statement, part of a column posted on conservative news site Wisconsin Right Now:

“We can’t take Wisconsin to new heights if we elect a Governor from the same, tired political class that lacks the vision, ability, and will to fight for the future of our state. Wisconsin needs someone with solutions to the problems plaguing our state – and the leadership skills to implement those solutions. 

I’ll bring the practical leadership lessons I’ve learned both on the battlefield as a Marine, and as a businessman working in the private sector to work for you. Re-establishing law and order, getting our schools back on track, and securing our messy elections won’t be easy. Wisconsin needs a fighter whose sole focus is getting things done – not stepping up to the next rung of the political ladder.” 

To learn more about why Kevin Nicholson is running for governor, along with his background and vision for Wisconsin, click here.

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