U.S. Rep. Ron Kind Endorses Brad Pfaff for Congress

Contact: [email protected]radpfaff.com 

October 14, 2021 

LA CROSSE, WI – Today, U.S. Rep. Ron Kind announced his endorsement of Brad Pfaff for Wisconsin’s 3rd Congressional District. 

“Brad Pfaff’s roots in western Wisconsin run deep and no one will work harder for hard working people,” said Rep. Kind. “Brad is a champion for farmers, small businesses, workers and western Wisconsin families. I’m glad to endorse his candidacy for Congress and I look forward to supporting his campaign.” 

“For years, I saw Brad’s commitment to service firsthand as he worked with me on behalf of Wisconsin’s family farmers. Brad has the life experience, temperament and work ethic it takes to bring people together and solve problems.” 

“I thank Congressman Kind for his endorsement, his friendship and for his service to western Wisconsin and our nation,” said Pfaff. “Ron exemplifies so much that I strive for – hard work, respect for others, listening and to never forget where you come from and who you work for.” 

“Wisconsin family farmers, small businesses and workers face real challenges. I learned at a young age on the farm that when times are tough, you pull together as neighbors and you get to work. I’m going to take those same values with me to Congress as I work for the people of this district.” 

Brad was raised on a dairy farm in northern La Crosse County and has dedicated his career to serving Wisconsin communities and family farmers. Elected to the Wisconsin State Senate in 2020, Brad has worked to support small businesses, ensure our kids can get an excellent education, provide tax relief for middle class families and defend a free and fair democracy. Brad also understands the challenges faced by Wisconsin’s family farmers. Brad has been a leader in the development of agriculture and economic policy working with former U.S. Senator Herb Kohl and U.S. Representative Ron Kind. 

Brad and his wife, Betty, live in Onalaska where they raised their two children.

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