Editor's Note: The following press release was provided to Patch by Brandon Rosner. The press release is printed in its entirety.
On Monday, Brandon Rosner (R-Waukesha) formally announced he will run for Wisconsin’s 97th Assembly District.
“I am excited to announce my candidacy for the Wisconsin State Assembly,” said Rosner, outside his home at 1832 Deer Path in Waukesha.
“My campaign is a fresh start for residents of the 97th Assembly District. I am committed to being a strong, family-centered, job-creating, less-taxes, conservative voice in Madison. I will work tirelessly to earn the trust of those who live in the district. Wisconsin is a great place to live, work and do business and I will do everything I can to make sure it stays that way," Rosner concluded.
Brandon, a former healthcare policy consultant in Governor Walker’s Department of Health Services, currently works at Humana in Waukesha. A graduate of the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE), he has 10+ years private sector experience in southeastern Wisconsin.
He is married to Dr. Keren Rosner, who practices Family Medicine in the area. Together they have a daughter, Evelyn, and are expecting another child in September. The couple was married in Ripon, WI, the birthplace of the Republican Party, 5 years ago.
The 97th District consists of the City of Waukesha along with parts of the Towns of Waukesha, Muskego, Mukwonago andGenesee. More information about Brandon, his family and the 97th District can be found on www.rosnerforassembly.com