WI-01: Bryan Steil (R)
Steil is a Janesville native, Craig High School graduate, and member of St. John Vianney Parish in Janesville. He has a history of private sector experience, public service, and community involvement.
Bryan Steil has spent the last nine years working in manufacturing in southeastern Wisconsin and has seen firsthand how Washington limits economic growth.
In 2016, Bryan was appointed and unanimously confirmed to serve on the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents by the Wisconsin State Senate. As a Regent, Steil helps oversee the UW System, which has more than a $6 billion budget and serves nearly 180,000 students at 26 different campuses. He has proven to be a consistent advocate for providing high-quality and affordable education.
When you meet Bryan, he will probably talk to you about Badger football.
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