JANESVILLE, Wis. – First Congressional District candidate Bryan Steil announced today the endorsements of farmers from across Southeast Wisconsin and the formation of the Farmers for Steil Coalition.

Bryan Steil: “I am proud to have the support of farmers across Southeast Wisconsin. Farmers work from sun up to sun down to put food on tables in Wisconsin and around the world. In Congress, I will stand up for farmers and fight for better trade deals that put farmers and American workers first.”

Rep. Amy Loudenbeck: “Bryan Steil will stand up for farmers across Southeast Wisconsin. As someone with personal and professional experience in agricultural policy, I know Bryan will listen to the concerns of farmers and work to advance policies in Congress that provide farmers with the support and certainty they need to succeed. Bryan’s experience in the private sector has prepared him to work for better trade deals that will boost our local economy.”

Members of the Farmers for Steil Coalition:
Ron Bigelow, Darien
John & Rhonda Brovold, Darien
Delmar Gunnick, Clinton
Jim & Sue Hanson, Union Grove
Randy & Julia Hughes, Janesville
Keith & Beth Jacobson, Franksviile
Rep. Amy & Matt Loudenbeck, Clinton
Ken & Marcia Luety, Clinton
Kevin & Kelly Malchine, Waterford
Rob & Jean McConnell, Clinton
Arch Morton Jr., Janesville
Randy Papke, Elkhorn
Terry Papke, Elkhorn
Bob & Terri Prochaska, Franksville
Kevin Adam & Hannah Steen, Salem
Bill & Judi Stone, Burlington
Steve Towns, Janesville
Chuck & Judy Weeks, Sharon

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.