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Where I Stand

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Infrastructure

Maintaining and investing in our state and local infrastructure (roads, bridges, sidewalks etc.) is absolutely crucial to our economy and our quality of life here in Wisconsin.

As a state we must allocate all resources thoughtfully, which means making a serious commitment to transportation infrastructure. Maintaining safe and efficient roads and bridges could not be more important.

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 Working to Lower Taxes

Since elected I have voted to cut $10B in taxes in Wisconsin, and given the chance again, I would vote to do the same or more. The tax burden we face here in Wisconsin is too high and it has been that way for too long.

In order to cut taxes we have to either do more with less or trim down on the services that are being provided which makes for difficult discussions. I am an advocate of taking a wholistic approach when putting a state budget together. It's best to try and do the same or more with less funding, but that is not always possible. I promise to make your wallet a priority when working with other lawmakers to craft the state's biennium budget.

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Lowering Healthcare Costs

Wisconsin's healthcare when compared to the other 50 states has a lot to be proud of, but there is still more that can be done.

 

Based on U.S. News & World Report, Wisconsin ranks 15th in healthcare access, and 10th in healthcare quality. In order to improve the quality and access to healthcare in Wisconsin, we have to attract the best healthcare talent and find the proper balance between health insurance rates and the cost of providing the healthcare.

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Education

There is no question - educating our youth should be the state's top priority behind public safety, but I would argue they go hand-in-hand.

  • I support School Choice

  • I trust parents to decide what is best for their children, which includes having a say in their curriculum

  • I support teaching civics

  • I support teaching financial literacy

  • I support providing in-person options for students

  • I oppose CRT

Meet Adam

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Adam Neylon is a father to three children and a husband to wife Hannah. He is also a small business owner, serves on the Pewaukee Sussex United Soccer Board and is the incumbent State Representative for Wisconsin’s 98th Assembly District.

In 2008, Adam graduated from Carroll University in Waukesha. While attending Carroll, Adam played second base on the baseball team, and was elected President of the College Republicans. Adam also served on the Republican Party of Waukesha County Executive Board as the Youth Chairman.

After graduating from Carroll University in 2008, Adam started working for Congressman Sensenbrenner. While working on Capitol Hill for Congressman Sensenbrenner, Adam also studied public policy at the Cato University on the Hill, and completed a Congressional fellowship program with the Heritage Foundation.

In 2010, Adam accepted a position with RPW to help elect Governor Scott Walker and U.S. Senator Ron Johnson. In addition to these historic victories, Wisconsin Republicans won the majority in both houses of the state legislature. After the 2010 elections, Adam began working in the Wisconsin State Capitol for Republican Leadership in the Assembly as a member of the policy team. Here Adam was part of the memorable fight to pass Act 10 which helped turn a $3.6 billion dollar budget deficit into a billion dollar surplus.

Since 2013, Adam has been named a “Champion of Commerce” by the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC), awarded the “Working for Wisconsin Award” by the Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC) and received a 100% voting score from the American Conservative Union.

In 2014, Adam was selected to attend the prestigious Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership Development program, a bipartisan leadership-training program hosted by the Council of State Governments with lawmakers from the both U.S. and Canada.

Since 2017, Adam has served on the Joint Committee for Review of Administrative Rules (JCRAR), which reviews all administrative rules from state agencies. In 2020 Adam was selected to serve as Co-Chair of JCRAR, meeting with industry stakeholders and agencies to ensure administrative rules going through the promulgation process are not exceeding the authority they have been granted by the legislature.

In addition to being a father to three children, Adam is also a manager of the Pewaukee Sussex United youth soccer club where he coaches and helps run multiple programs.