Thanks for coming by. If you’re here, you’re probably like me — worried about what four more years of Tony Evers’ failed leadership will mean for the state of Wisconsin. Working with Sen. Ron Johnson for the last five years, I’ve seen what real leadership looks like. I’m ready to fight for Wisconsin and preserve opportunity and the American Dream for generations to come.
I’m ready to fight for Wisconsin and preserve opportunity and the American Dream for generations to come.
I grew up in Mukwonago in Waukesha County, but my family has been scattered across Wisconsin for generations. After a childhood spent playing sports and cheering on Wisconsin’s teams I spent four years at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, graduating with degrees in journalism and political science.
Why I’m Running
For five years, I worked side by side with Senator Ron Johnson to fight for our freedoms and protect the opportunity to pursue the American Dream.
Freedom and the American Dream are on the line here in Wisconsin. When we’ve needed strong leadership the most — someone to fight for the freedoms and opportunities we hold dear in tough times — Tony Evers and Mandela Barnes have been a complete failure.
Businesses closed by government order. People laid off through no fault of their own, unable to even get a call back when they’re trying to get help with unemployment. Riots in our streets and cities burning. Kids stuck at home when they should be at school.
That’s the Evers record. Failure after failure.
Now we’re at a crossroads. We face a choice between opportunity, and relying on a government defined by failure.
I choose the path of opportunity. We can’t take four more years of failed leadership. The stakes are too high. As the next lieutenant governor, I’ll fight for good jobs, good schools and safe communities. We’ll reclaim our future, turn back from the road to reliance and make sure Wisconsin stays a great place to live, work and raise a family for generations to come.
We have the opportunity and the time is now.
Let’s get to work.