Republican small business owner Dave Murphy is running for the 56th Assembly District in Wisconsin. Dave will work tirelessly to create jobs. Dave Murphy grew up on a small dairy farm in Grand Chute, Wisconsin. He currently lives in Greenville with his wife Lynn. Dave is also the primary caregiver for his mother Beatrice, who will soon turn 99. He is also a delegate for the Fox Valley Lutheran Homes, a senior living facility in Appleton.
Dave has worked in the private sector for all of his life creating jobs for others. He currently is the owner of DJM Health LLC.
Dave has always been pro-life and he was recently endorsed by pro-life groups Wisconsin Right to Life and Pro-Life Wisconsin.
Prosperity for Wisconsin families will only be achieved through growth in our economy that increases job opportunities. Businesses that are growing and creating more and better jobs are key. Inspired leaders know that given the opportunity, Wisconsin workers can compete with anyone on Earth.
We live in an era of disenchanted voters, with constituents that feel like their government no longer represents them. Voters are sick of negative ads that run down opponents rather than giving them a reason to vote for the candidate.
Dave Murphy believes we must listen to each other if we are going to move Wisconsin forward. We must be willing to compromise when necessary but not at the expense of giving up our core principles.
Dave started his business career when he got his real estate brokers license in 1975 at the age of 21. The severe recession of 1980 that produced 16% mortgage interest rates put an end to what started out as a promising career. Since that time, Dave has either owner a business or been paid on commission. He is familiar with budgeting his own money or that of his business. He will treat tax dollars with that same care.
Vote for a candidate that will stand of for Governor Walker's balanced budget, not someone who will take us back to an era of huge budget deficits. Dave is a leader who won't take us back to a time when public employee's jobs and pension benefits were in jeopardy.