JANESVILLE, Wis. – First Congressional District candidate Bryan Steil announced today the endorsement of state lawmakers from throughout Southern Wisconsin.

Bryan Steil: “These leaders set an example in the State Capitol. They enact common-sense, conservative reforms that improve our lives. I’m honored to have these lawmakers by my side as I work every day to earn the support of voters.

State Sen. Steve Nass: “Bryan is an honest, energetic and talented man. I know he will work tirelessly to represent all constituents in the 1st Congressional District.”

Assembly Speaker Pro Tem Tyler August: “Bryan Steil is the best choice to represent the 1st District. I’ve become good friends with Bryan working alongside him for years to elect conservatives throughout Southeast Wisconsin and I have seen firsthand how hard he works. He’ll bring that Wisconsin work ethic to Washington. I’m proud to endorse Bryan for Congress.”

State Rep. Jessie Rodriguez: “Bryan is the type of leader we need in Congress. He’s a pro-growth, free-market conservative who cares about today’s important pocketbook issues. With a strong background in manufacturing, Bryan would be a welcome addition in Washington. This is why I am glad to endorse Bryan for Congress.”

The following lawmakers endorsed Steil:

Assembly Speaker Pro Tem Tyler August
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald
State Rep. Mike Kuglitsch
State Rep. Amy Loudenbeck
State Sen. Steve Nass
State Rep. Jessie Rodriguez
State Rep. Ken Skowronski
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos
State Rep. Tom Weatherston

Bryan Steil was born and raised in Janesville, Wisconsin. He is a member of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents and has a strong background as a business leader. For the past nine years, Bryan has worked for manufacturing companies in Rock County and has learned the importance of fiscal discipline and risks of government red tape. Bryan is running for Congress to reduce government overreach and prepare our workforce for the jobs of the future.


Bryan’s official headshot can be downloaded here for media use.