Travis Hartwig is committed to reforming and recreating the Treasurer’s office to be an effective and efficient steward of Wisconsin’s financial resources.
Effective & Efficient Fiscal Conservative
Why I’m Running
I’m excited to start my campaign. We have a positive message about reforming the Treasurer’s office, now that it’s here to stay. I grew up in Wisconsin and love this state, and I’m looking forward to the opportunity to serve the people and the communities I love.
Get Travis on the Ballot
While Travis is traveling across the state to talk to voters and share our message of reforming and recreating the office of State Treasurer, he needs you to get involved.
Will you help?
Every signature counts — download and sign a nomination form today, get nine more signatures from friends and family to fill it out, and mail it back to help get Travis on the ballot.
Travis grew up in East Troy, Wisconsin, where he learned an unwavering work ethic, the value of a dollar, and the importance of honesty and integrity from his first role models – his family. He took those values and applied them to his first job at Tractor Supply Company. Early on, Travis was interested in finance and took a position as a bank teller with a local community bank, gaining valuable, real-life experience.
After graduating Carroll University in 3.5 years with a double major in Finance and Business Economics and minor in Accounting, Travis started a career as a Mutual Fund Administrator with U.S. Bank Fund Services where one of his primary tasks is preparing financial statements for mutual funds.
Travis Hartwig Launches Campaign for State Treasurer
(Milwaukee) — Finance professional Travis Hartwig announced his campaign for State Treasurer of Wisconsin in an online video that coincides with the launch of his campaign website, travishartwig.com.
“I voted to eliminate the Treasurer’s office earlier this month, but since that referendum has failed, we need a responsible fiscal conservative to efficiently and effectively safeguard the state’s finances and protect taxpayer dollars,” Hartwig said.
Hartwig’s grassroots-fueled, modern campaign will use social media, video, and digital content to share ideas and connect voters throughout the campaign.
“I look forward to meeting voters across the state and talking to current legislators and administrators about how to best make this office work for the people of Wisconsin,” he said.
A primary for the Republican nomination for Treasurer will be held Tuesday, August 14. The general election will be Tuesday, November 6.
Hartwig, who grew up in East Troy, holds a double major in Finance and Business Economics from Carroll University. He is a Mutual Fund Administrator at U.S. Bank Fund Services in downtown Milwaukee. Hartwig owns a home in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.
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