Speaker Pro Tem Bill Kramer Endorses Adam Neylon for 98th Assembly
Pewaukee – Today, Pewaukee small businessman Adam Neylon announced the endorsement of three area Assembly leaders. Assembly Speaker Pro Tempore Bill Kramer (R-Waukesha), State Representative Mike Kuglitsch (R-New Berlin) and State Representative Tyler August (R-Lake Geneva) have pledged their full support and endorsement of Neylon’s candidacy for the 98th Assembly District.
Rep. Bill Kramer -"I look forward to serving with Adam in what is shaping up to be a very challenging legislative session. He has served me well as a trusted member of my team. Adam has the intellect, skills and talent to become a leader in the State Assembly.”
Rep. Mike Kuglitsch – “I am confident that Adam’s experience as a small-business owner will serve him well in the State Assembly. He has the drive, determination, and integrity that are necessary to make an excellent State Representative.”
Rep. Tyler August – “Adam is an emerging leader in the Republican Party. Like me, Adam got his start with the county party; first as a long-time volunteer, then head of the Waukesha County Victory Center in 2008, and served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Waukesha County Republican Party. He has earned the trust of grassroots conservatives. I look forward to serving with Adam because he understands and is a defender of our conservative values.”
A graduate of Carroll College and area resident for over 10 years, Pewaukee small businessman Adam Neylon is a candidate for Waukesha County’s 98th Assembly District. Adam has over five years of legislative experience, working for Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner and Speaker Pro Tem Bill Kramer. During the most historic legislative session in modern history, Adam diligently served Speaker Pro Tem Kramer as he presided over the enactment of the most conservative reforms in Wisconsin’s History.
The 98th Assembly District covers the north central portion of Waukesha County, and includes the communities of Pewaukee and Sussex, and portions of the City of Waukesha. A primary election is set for Tuesday, Feb. 19.