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Meet Tim Michels

Tim Michels is not a politician. Endorsed by President Trump. He’s a business leader, he’s a builder, and he’s a veteran. He grew up in Brownsville where he learned the value of commitment and hard work. After graduation, Tim joined the U.S. Army, where he served for twelve years. After his time in uniform and earning the rank of Major, Tim returned home to Wisconsin and alongside his brothers, he helped grow his family’s business from a few hundred employees to more than 8,000. Tim and his wife, Barbara, live in Hartland, Wisconsin. They have three adult children.

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Tavern League of Wisconsin Endorses Tim Michels

BARABOO, Wisc. – Today, the Tavern League of Wisconsin endorsed businessman and veteran Tim Michels for Governor at Square Tavern in Baraboo. “With over 5,000 members across the state, the Tavern League ...

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Judge: Tony Evers Is Not Above The Law

WEST ALLIS, Wisc. – Tony Evers’ attempt to keep the actions of his Parole Commission a secret from the public may be coming to an end. Today, a judge ordered the ...

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Why Did Tony Evers Only Rescind Douglas Balsewicz’s Parole?

WEST ALLIS, Wisc. – According to Tony Evers, the buck never stops with him. As Wisconsinites discover the brutal murderers, child rapists, and wife decapitators released by his Parole Commission, the ...

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Michels Campaign Releases New Ad Slamming Tony Evers’ Parole Spree

WEST ALLIS, Wisc. – On Tuesday, the Michels Campaign released a new ad highlighting Tony Evers’ dangerous parole spree. In the ad, law enforcement officials describe how “Evers released hundreds of ...

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Michels Campaign Statement on Tony Evers’ Damage Control

MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – In an effort to cloak over his disastrous record on crime, today Tony Evers announced more funding within a theoretical state budget that won’t matter when he ...

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New Document Proves Evers’ Culpability On Paroles

WEST ALLIS, Wisc. – Tony Evers and his administration admitted behind closed doors that his paroles are unpopular, and as a result, they have made Wisconsin less safe. The public opposes ...

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