La Crosse, Wis. – The membership of the La Crosse County Republican Party unanimously elected Julian Bradley to his first full term as Chairman at the party’s caucus Saturday.
“I’m humbled by the overwhelming vote of confidence by my fellow Republicans,” Bradley said. “I know the best is ahead for our local party, and I’m excited to continue to be a part of that future.”
Other officers elected by the La Crosse GOP Saturday were:
- Andrew Matz, Vice Chairman
- Chris Rochester, Secretary
- Mark Burg, Treasurer
- Five members of the Executive Board were also elected
Bradley also announced he’ll seek a leadership role in the state Republican Party. He’s running to be Vice Chairman of the party’s 3rd District, which spans 18 counties in western and central Wisconsin.
“We aren’t just the Grand Ol’ Party, we’re the Great Opportunity Party. We stand in defense of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We need to cut through the clutter and communicate that to people,” Bradley said.