|“Our country needs more young leaders like Jessi fighting to preserve our fundamental rights and support conservative values in Washington, D.C. Hearing about her life experiences and perspectives reveal that she is motivated by strong principles and a deep obligation to serve others. Jessi has the mindset of a true servant. She’s a strong listener and enthusiastic about getting to work for the people of her home district. With her determination and energy, I have no doubt she will be a force to reckon with in our nation’s capitol. It is with great pleasure that I endorse Jessi Ebben for Congress.”
Former Local Government Official, State Legislator & 42nd Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin
Margaret Farrow served as the 42nd lieutenant governor of Wisconsin, becoming the first woman in the state’s history to hold that office. She was appointed by Governor Scott McCallum who transitioned from lieutenant governor after Governor Tommy Thompson left office to serve in the Bush administration. Margaret has a long legacy of public service and advocacy in Wisconsin. She has been elected to both the Wisconsin State Senate and State Assembly, representing the people of Wisconsin’s 33rd and 99th Districts respectively. In 2013, Governor Walker appointed her to the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents where she served the university system until December, 2017. She supports a number of other boards, including serving as chair of the WisconsinEye Public Affairs Network board of directors, and helped found the Waukesha County Business Alliance, which represents over 1,100 businesses in southeastern Wisconsin. Margaret and her husband John raised a family of five sons.