Scott Frostman - R
Remarks: Hello, I am Scott Frostman, candidate for State Assembly from the 81st Assembly District.
I got into this race because I am concerned about the political and economic environment that both my children and yours will inherit.
I have been an advocate for children, serving on a local school board, and continue to make my voice heard.
I believe that we are the nation of the citizen legislator, where ordinary folks take of their time and talents to seek to make a difference.
I am convinced that we are in need of common sense leadership! We need leaders in Madison that understand what an honor it is to be of service to the people, and seek to serve with character, courage, and conviction.
I will work to promote economic growth, seek to simplify and lower the tax burden, promoting fiscal responsibility, and common sense regulation.
I invite you to find out more at www.FrostmanforWisconsin.com, and ask for your support this November 6th.
Bio:Scott was raised in Kohler, WI and graduated from UW-Whitewater with a degree in Finance He has spent over 25 years in the private sector, focusing on the mortgage lending and real estate fields. He is currently employed as a Residential Loan Officer for a Wisconsin-based bank
Scott was an elected member of the Baraboo School Board from 2009-2011, serving on its Finance Committee, and Policy and Educational Legislation Committee He also serves on the Wisconsin Mortgage Bankers Association Legislative Committee. Scott has also been a member of the Madison West Towne-Middleton and Sauk Prairie Rotary clubs, and served as President of the Beltline Newtork Innovators (a business networking group).
Scott and his family are active in Walnut Hill Bible Church where Scott has served as an AWANA leader, and periodically plays with the "Fire Band" praise and worship team. Scott, his wife Beth, and their two children reside in Baraboo. Scott and Beth are also very active in the West-Willson Parent Association, with Scott serving as the Treasurer of that organization.