Local Republican Leader to Serve in Duffy Administration

Jesse Garza, chairman of the St. Croix County Republican Party, has accepted a Deputy District Director position on U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy's staff. He begins work in the new role in January once Duffy begins his second term.

Jesse Garza, the chairman of the St. Croix County Republican Party, has accepted a position as District Deputy Director for newly re-elected U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy(R-WI 7). 

According to Garza, his work within the Duffy administration will begin in January once the congressman starts his second term. Garza will work under District Director Dave Anderson

"It will be wonderful to help convey Duffy's message in the Seventh Congressional District, on the official side," Garza said. "It's a wonderful opportunity for me and for my family just to know that I'll be able to help the district, not in a political way, but by helping all the constituents in the Seventh District. It'll be fun, it'll be different for me, and I look forward to it."

Garza said he plans to continue his role as the county party's chairman in his off time, ensuring all party political work is kept separate from all governmental work.


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Chadwick November 20, 2012 at 03:44 PM
Captain Midnight; just because you don't believe in a program doesn't mean you can't take advantage of it considering you are paying for it your entire working career. I think social security should become partially privatized and I think the age should be increased and benefits decreased. Just because I don't like the way the program is run doesn't mean I won't take advantage of it when I retire. I am the one who is paying for my "supposed" retirement account.
Chadwick November 20, 2012 at 03:46 PM
We should be able to flag this comment just because it's based on nothing but imaginary facts.
Captain Midnight November 21, 2012 at 05:42 PM
@Chadwick -- Ayn Rand did pay into Medicare and Social Security, but when she applied for both of these benefits she did so using her husband's name so that no one knew that she was being a hypocritical "moocher". @Lil Guy -- You are mis-stating what Pelosi said and meant. When she made that comment, the entire content of the ACA was not decided as pieces of the legislation were still being changed and written. So, her commnet was directed at saying to complete the legislation, approve it and then its final comments would be known. Again, those pesky facts and reality get in the way.
CentralScrutinizer November 22, 2012 at 02:18 PM
Cronyism coming from a bunch of liberal hacks on this site is hilarious...one name...the only name you need to know...the REAL keeper of the dear leader, Valerie Jarrett. Talk about a crony hack making millions of our backs to bring our country back to the 1800's.
Lil Guy November 24, 2012 at 04:07 AM
@Captian, with that logic, you are saying it is ok to approve and vote on something that is not entirely complete.


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