Matthew Maxey, Dave Maxey, Tracy Maxey, Melissa Maxey, Morgan Maxey (Left to Right) Dogs Shadow, & Cooper (Syberian Huskies)
USS LEFTWICH was the 22nd SPRUANCE - class destroyer and the second ship in that class decommissioned. Stricken from the Navy list on March 27, 1998, the LEFTWICH was then berthed at the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility (NISMF), Pearl Harbor, HI, until she was sunk as a target on August 1, 2003, at 022° 48' 47.0" North, 160° 34' 00.0" West. The USS LEFTWICH was homeported in Pearl Harbor, HI., and was the first ship in the Navy named after Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel William G. Leftwich, Jr.

As the incumbent running for the State Assembly District 83, my commitment to serving our community is unwavering. I am a dedicated member of the New Berlin City Council and a former President of the New Berlin Board of Education. But beyond these roles, I am a devoted husband and father of three. My role as a community leader, husband, and father has given me a deep understanding of the issues that matter most to our families, and it is this understanding that drives my commitment to public service. 

My journey began with my graduation from Brookfield East High School, followed by a distinguished tenure in the Navy aboard the USS Leftwich. This experience allowed me to travel the world, forge lifelong bonds with some of the most patriotic individuals, and gain a profound appreciation for our country, which I firmly believe is the greatest on earth. Upon returning home, I pursued an associate degree in Marketing from Waukesha County Technical College, leading to a successful career spanning over 25 years in sales and marketing. 

In 2003, my wife and I, celebrating twenty-three years of marriage, built our home and started our family in New Berlin. Motivated by my daughter’s entry into public school, I sought to actively participate in her education system by running for a seat on the New Berlin Board of Education. For nine years, including six as the Board President, I worked tirelessly to enhance educational opportunities for the children of New Berlin.  

My passion for public service prompted me to run for the New Berlin City Council, where I currently serve. This role has allowed me to collaborate with families, business owners, and organizations to address and resolve community issues. My track record of success in the New Berlin Board of Education, where I served for nine years, including six as the Board President, is a testament to my ability to get things done and my commitment to the community. The renowned work ethic of Wisconsinites is intrinsic to my efforts, and I am dedicated to working diligently for the residents, business leaders, and organizations of Assembly District 83. They deserve a representative who matches their dedication and hard work. 

As the fiscal and family values conservative running for the State Assembly, I want to bring our shared family values and the expertise I have gained through my business career and public service to Madison. I am committed to advocating for our community and ensuring our voices remain heard at the state level. 

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November, 5th, 2024

General Election Day