David Steffen

4th Assembly Candidate Survey

 

Work Experience

  • Small business owner in the Village of Howard
  • Director of Operations, Taxpayers Network Inc.
  • External Affairs Director, AT&T
  • Government Affairs Director, American Medical Security
  • Founder, Howard Small Business Partnership
  • President, Ashwaubenon Business Association

 

Political Experience

  • County Supervisor, Brown County (2012 – present)
  • Trustee, Village of Howard (2007 – present)
  • Legislative Assistant, State Senator Rob Cowles
  • Legislative Assistant, State Representative Mark Green

 

Time affiliated with the BCGOP

  • 20 year dues-paying member and volunteer of the BCGOP
  • Chairman, Brown County Republican Party (2006)

 

Time in district

  • 27 years resident of the 4th Assembly District
  • Currently represent portions of the 4th Assembly district as a Village Trustee and County Supervisor

 

Recall signed Y/N?

  • Walker - NO
  • Cowles - NO
  • Hansen - worked with Republican leadership to organize this recall effort, including forming a formal recall organization.

 

Will you endorse the primary winner Y/N?

Likely yes, but to be determined - As my opponents have not been involved in the GOP or the conservative movement until they decided to run for the 4th Assembly seat, I am still evaluating their background and ability to be a respected leader in our party's efforts. 

 

Why you are most qualified for this seat

I am the only candidate to deliver 7 consecutive years of tax relief, government debt reduction, and private-sector job growth.

Job growth is critical to our state's success. As a local leader, I helped recruit hundreds of new jobs to our area.

Lower taxes and reduced government debt are essential to increasing our standard of living.  I led the way to eliminate virtually 100% of Howard’s debt and establish the lowest spending per capita of any community its size in Wisconsin.

Limited government leads to greater prosperity.  As a Trustee, I reduced the size Howard's government by 10%.