Representative Adam Neylon

Wisconsin Future Caucus, Co-Chair (R)

Adam Neylon is a small business owner and State Representative from Pewaukee, Wisconsin. He is the president of the Neylon Group, LLC, a commercial window cleaning company in Waukesha, and graduated from Carroll University in 2008.

His first job out of college was working for Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner in Washington, DC. While living on Capitol Hill, he studied public policy at Cato University on Capitol Hill and completed a fellowship at the Heritage Foundation.

In 2010, Adam returned to Wisconsin to serve as the Waukesha County Field Director for the Republican Party of Wisconsin, where he helped elect Governor Scott Walker and Senator Ron Johnson. Adam also spent two years working in Republican leadership in the Assembly.

In a special election to replace Senator Paul Farrow in the State Assembly, Adam defeated four other Republicans and ran unopposed in the spring general for the 98th Assembly District.

He has served in the Wisconsin State Assembly since April 2013. 

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