Friends for Randy Bryce
SD-21 in WI http://www.randybryce.com
4940 Chester Lane #7
Primary Election Date: 2014-08-12 General Election Date: 2014-11-04
Who am I?
Randy Bryce is a born and raised Wisconsinite with deep roots across southeastern Wisconsin. Randy is running to represent the 21st State Senate District because it’s time to stop the partisan games, attacks on veterans and job creation failures.
Starting a career of putting his community first, Randy served in the US Army at home and abroad in Central America. After returning home, Randy worked to give back to his community as a part of the Homeless Veterans Reintegration Project to help homeless veterans get back on their feet.
In 1996, Randy joined Ironworkers Local 8 in Milwaukee. Among other projects, he has helped build Wisconsin monuments. He helped build Miller Park Stadium and is currently working to retrofit the Hoan Bridge in Milwaukee.
Randy has been an officer of Ironworkers Local 8, is currently an Executive Board member of the Milwaukee Area Labor Council.
Randy is a Caledonia resident, and, has a 7-year-old son, Ben.
Why am I running?
Wisconsin has been under constant attacks on working families, veterans, and our entire public education system. By taking back the state Senate, we can stop this, and, get Wisconsin people back to work.
Create jobs where tax breaks are only given to those who hire locally.
Stop the attacks on US Veterans. Allow us to receive help after putting our lives on the line.
Stop businesses disguised as schools from stealing our future's education/
My DFA Values
As a member of Ironworkers Local 8, I literally help build our community. As a US Army Veteran, I have stepped up to defend our community. I am a proponent of equality for everyone, not just in word, but, action.
My Campaign is People Powered!
I have been endorsed by nearly every Labor organization in the area. By working together with these groups, we will continue to put working people over corporate greed.
I am a former Organizer for Ironworkers Local 8. Part of my job was to help build community coalitions. Those coalitions have encouraged me to run for Senate.
One of the many reasons for seeking office is to educate voters on issues that are helpful to them.
I will continue to educate, and, help stop the attacks on Wisconsin's workers.