Saturday, August 24th, 2019

Nik Nelson of Open Box Strategies interviewed one of our local state legislators, state Rep Adam Neylon of Pewaukee, at the WisconsinConservatives website, part of a series of interviews with state conservatives to find out what makes us tick. So what makes Adam so interested in Rock’em Sock’em Robots? Why does Adam worry about the […]

Six local state legislators co-authored a letter to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in support of Waukesha’s application to use (and return) water from Lake Michigan. They are State Representatives Adam Neylon, Scott Allen, Jessie Rodriguez, and Ken Skowronski; and State Senators Chris Kapenga and Mary Lazich. The legislators also point out what is […]

Waukesha Freeman May 7, 2015 Page A6 Opinion The race begins Dorow-Kapenga rematch set for June And they’re off. On Tuesday, Gov. Scott Walker set the date for the special election for the 33rd Senate District being vacated by Paul Farrow. The primary election day will be June 23 and the general election will be […]

State Rep Adam Neylon voted in committee with the Democrats and against a bill that would have requested a federal waiver to limit the types of food recipients of Food Share aid could purchase. Neylon just issued the following statement: Madison – Today Representative Adam Neylon (R-Pewaukee) voted against legislation that requests the federal government […]

Waukesha Freeman 7/31/14 Page A5 Opinion End in sight for treasurer office Adamczyk will continue push to end vestigial position   I had to laugh when I saw the announcement by Matt Adamczyk, a Republican candidate for state treasurer, that he received the top grade from the National Rifle Association. Does this mean Adamczyk buys […]

When Was the Last Time a Government Program Shrank? MacIver Institute, November 6, 2013 by James Wigderson Special Guest Perspective for the MacIver Institute Can we provide a social safety net at a lower cost while still serving those most in need? Most of us would answer yes, and that belief is being tested with […]

State Representative Bill Kramer has a new title for one of his aides, colleague. Adam Neylon won a close special Republican primary election in the 98th Assembly district Tuesday nights, defeating Pewaukee Police Chief Ed Baumann by 30 votes. Embattled Jeanne Tarantino, a former staff member of Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch came in a distant […]

Waiting on Tarantino Candidate needs to explain charges, experience Waukesha Freeman 2/14/13 Page A6 Opinion It was a moment most political campaigns dread. At a candidate forum for the special election in the 98th Assembly District, the candidates were asked if they have ever been arrested or if they have ever lied under oath. Pewaukee […]

There are five Republicans running for the open State Assembly seat in the 98th district. They will be appearing at a candidate forum at Carroll University on Monday from 7-8:30 PM. Dr. Lilly Goren, professor of politics at Carroll University and a recognized expert on elections and the election process, will be the forum moderator. […]

Last night the Common Council put the mayor’s appointments for the Landmarks Commission on hold, not rejected as I reported before. Brian Running withdrew his name. The other two appointees were James Healy and Adam Neylon. Adam Neylon works for Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner, was the Republican Party of Waukesha County youth coordinator, and is a […]