JANESVILLE, Wis. – First Congressional District candidate Bryan Steil won his third and final debate against Randy Bryce tonight. Steil offered Wisconsin Style Solutions to the challenges facing Southeast Wisconsin, while Randy Bryce embraced the failed policies of the past and liberal, out of state ideas.

Andrew Iverson, Campaign Spokesman: “Bryan Steil proved again tonight that he is the best candidate to represent Southeast Wisconsin in Congress. With his background in manufacturing and service on the Board of Regents, Bryan outlined his vision to make sure the next generation has every opportunity for good-paying jobs here in Wisconsin. Bryan showed he has what it takes to get the job done, while Randy Bryce proved that he would only add to the noise and dysfunction in Washington. Bryan is the clear choice in this race.”


  • Bryan will use his background in manufacturing and education to create high wage jobs, lower the cost of healthcare, hold the line on taxes and prepare workers for the jobs of the future.
  • Bryan Steil showed how he would fight to keep more money in the pockets of Southeast Wisconsin, while Randy Bryce failed to justify how doubling income taxes on every individual and business would be good for taxpayers.
  • Bryan will work to keep Southeast Wisconsin communities safe, which is why he has been endorsed by all six sheriffs in the First Congressional District.
  • Randy Bryce doubled down on his $32 trillion government takeover of healthcare that would end Medicare as we know it.

Bryan Steil won the Republican nomination for the First Congressional District on August 14 with over 51 percent of the vote in a five-way contest. Steil is running for Congress to fight for American workers and prepare our workforce for the jobs of the future. Steil 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, Steil has worked for manufacturing companies in Rock County and has learned the importance of fiscal discipline and risks of government red tape. Steil was born and raised in Janesville, Wisconsin, where he currently lives.