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Scott Frostman

Amid a nearly 40-year career in the financial world, focused in the real estate/housing markets and developing sales and communication training, I got involved in advocacy for my children when they reached school age. Initial curiosity about budgets has led to over fifteen years of involvement in our education system and into partisan politics as well. My roots extend across the state, and sixteen early adult years living in Alaska give me a solid perspective of the Badger state. I served on the public Baraboo School Board (’09-’11) during Common Core and Act 10. I was on a ballot (primaries and generals) five times in three years. I ran for State Assembly in ‘10 and ‘12. I currently serve on the Board of Baraboo’s Community Christian School (‘14-17, and 2023-current). I have served as Chairman, Vice Chair (2x), 2nd Vice Chair and Treasurer of the Sauk County GOP. I currently serve as the Treasurer of the 2nd District GOP. I also worked part-time as a Field Organizer for the Ron Johnson ’22 Senate campaign. I am familiar with campaigns both large and small. I have been a weekly freelance columnist for Capitol Newspapers North since 2018, with over 300 opinion pieces, and take pride in the thoroughness of my research. I am very familiar with the vitriol of the left. Many of those pieces are shared in the state’s premier political opinion source, Wispolitics.com. As Chair of a bellwether county in 2020, I have been quoted in national publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Politico and more. I frequently testify at State legislative hearings and at meetings of all local units of government. I have “morphed” my sales training materials into advocacy training, along with guides for writing effective letters to the editor and other correspondence.
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