Wisconsin—in 2022,
There is A Better Way Forward!

Our communities, families, and children cannot afford four more years of the Evers/Barnes Administration’s failed policies.
It’s time for Wisconsin Republicans to go on offense, and fight to bring our conservative principles back to Madison. After playing defense in the Legislature for the last four years, I will not stand by anymore while Tony Evers’ disastrous policies continue to harm our state. 
As the only candidate in the race for Lieutenant Governor that is a proven conservative, proven worker, and proven winner, I hope to be able to earn your vote. We must retire Tony Evers this November, and I have proven that I know what it will take to make that happen. I am the PROVEN choice to be a partner for our gubernatorial nominee to make sure we get Wisconsin back on track in 2023. There are critical conservative reforms that we must get done for the sake of Wisconsin and its future. Things like universal school choice, Constitutional Carry, and actual enforcement of our pro-life laws are all at stake. With so much on the line this November, we cannot take a chance with an un-tested and un-proven nominee. 
I hope you’ll join our fight!


Sen. Testin is the only PROVEN conservative with a voting record. Since his time in the legislature, he has earned a 94% lifetime conservative rating from CPAC and the American Conservative Union. He has twice sponsored legislation to bring Constitutional Carry to Wisconsin, authored multiple pieces of crucial pro-life legislation, and served as a stalwart barrier as the chairman of the Senate Committee on Health against the radical COVID policies that Democrats attempted to pass in the last two years.


Sen. Testin is the only PROVEN hard worker in the race for Lt. Governor. Patrick won both of his races to the State Senate by putting in the hard work to meet voters where they are, and singlehandedly knocked on over 30,000 doors in the 24th District. He is no stranger to hard work, though, since he’s had a job since before he could drive and, like so many Wisconsinites, has spent his fair share of time working on factory lines and overnight shifts. This is why, in the nine months since he launched his campaign for Lt. Governor, he has been crisscrossing the state nonstop and put over 60,000 miles on the road to hear from Wisconsinites in all corners of our state. Only with that amount of work will we be able to retire Tony Ever in November. 


Sen. Testin is the only PROVEN winner against an incumbent Democrat. In 2016, Patrick defeated an 18-year incumbent and became the first Republican since 1968 to be elected to the State Senate by the 24th District. When he was up for re-election in 2020, Tony Evers and the Democrats poured in nearly $1.5 million to defeat him: despite maintaining his strongly conservative record, and with the 24th including all of blue Portage County, he was re-elected by over 13%. He knows how to beat Democrats, and we must retire Tony Evers in November.


Check out some videos of Patrick

Announcement Video

RPW Convention Speech

Lt. Governor Debate


Patrick was born in Madison and raised up north in Marinette. He started working before he could drive, busing tables at a family restaurant for minimum wage. After graduating from high school, Patrick chose to make Stevens Point home when he enrolled at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (UWSP). Despite the busy schedule he kept while on campus, Patrick spent each of his summer, winter, and spring breaks back in Marinette working to pay for his education.

Following family tradition, he took a job at Silvan Industries, a carbon steel and industrial grade stainless steel pressure vessel fabricator. He worked overnight shifts chipping slag off of welds and cleaning tank interiors in the same factory his grandfather retired from. He gave back to his community by volunteering as a coach for the football team in nearby Crivitz. He also worked for Aacer Flooring, a hardwood flooring manufacturer, stacking lumber and prepping it for the kilns. Patrick even spent a summer working two jobs – groundskeeper and maintenance man for the School District of Marinette by day and package handler loading trucks for UPS by night.

Shortly after graduating from UW-Stevens Point with a bachelor’s degree in political science, Patrick met Hannah, his wife, whom he married in 2017. Hannah works as the Director of Advancement for Pacelli Catholic Schools in Stevens Point. They live in the Town of Hull together with their rescue dogs Reilly and Sage.

Patrick takes pride in his strength training and is a member of 212 Fitness where he can be seen frequently. He is an avid hunter, history buff, and big Wisconsin Badger football fan.

In 2016, the people of Central and Western Wisconsin elected Patrick to the Senate for the 24th District. He beat a long-time, well-funded incumbent Democrat to win back a seat that had not elected a Republican since 1968. Since then, he’s fought tirelessly in the Senate to further the values of his constituents. In his 2020 re-election campaign, up against a Democratic opponent with well over $1 million in funding, Patrick won again and increased his margin of victory to nearly 13%. Following this victory, in 2021, he was chosen by his colleagues to serve as Senate President Pro Tempore.

Since 2019, Patrick has chaired the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services. Prior to that, he chaired the Committee on Workforce Development, Military Affairs, and Senior Issues. In his role as chair of these committees, he’s introduced and worked to pass dozens of bills to improve access to quality health care, strengthen our workforce, and support our veterans. Every bill Patrick has passed has received support from both sides of the aisle.

Patrick knows that our communities are great places to live, work, and raise a family. That’s why he spends one day each month working “On the Job” with a variety of local employers. By doing this, he highlights the breadth and depth of jobs available in his Senate District and demonstrates the opportunities that are available locally. As a Senator, Patrick works hard to listen to all the people of his District—that’s why he’s held over 75 listening sessions since taking office.

Patrick is a member of the Stevens Point Elks Lodge 641 and Ignite Young Professionals, an affiliate network of the Portage County Business Council. He has held management and leadership roles on several national, state, and local political campaigns and is the former Chairman of the Republican Party of Portage County.

Patrick has built a successful career in sales and understands the overwhelming demands on businesses of all sizes. He has seen the devastation that the Evers Administration’s overreach and government mandates have brought to businesses in his Senate District and across Wisconsin; no government should have the ability to designate one person’s work as essential and another’s as non-essential. As a sales professional, Patrick works closely with small business owners and is all too familiar with how complicated bureaucracy and regulation are hampering Wisconsin’s businesses.

As a lifelong resident of this great state, Patrick loves Wisconsin and believes we have a bright future. Through his work in the Senate, he has shown that he can build consensus and bring people together to get things done for his constituents. He believes that everyone deserves an equal opportunity and is committed to ensuring that all Wisconsinites have the chance to pursue their own American Dream.


Tony Evers and Mandela Barnes broke the law to keep our businesses and economy shut down during COVID-19 through wide-ranging mandates and indiscriminate application of shutdowns for our entire state. Their dangerous policy of paying people to not work has depressed our workforce and devastated small businesses hoping to come back from this devastating pandemic. We desperately need leaders that will engage with the business community to get people back to work, rebuild our thriving economy, and bring more good paying jobs to Wisconsin.

As the first state to enact school choice, many Wisconsin parents have already seen how powerful choosing their child’s school can be. We need to further expand school choice and ensure that no child in the Badger State is stuck in a failing school. We also must empower school districts to invest more in technical and apprenticeship resources to make sure that all students can get a good paying job after graduation right here in Wisconsin. Without bolstering our pipelines from schools to all career fields, our workforce will continue to age with fewer and fewer skilled tradespeople to keep our economy running.

Every Wisconsinite has a right to have their voice heard at the ballot box, and election officials absolutely cannot be allowed to play politics with our most sacred right. When election officials attempt to overrule the law, we need leaders in Madison that will take action to ensure we have trust in our elections and that only legally cast votes are counted in our elections.

The Second Amendment is very clear when it says “shall not be infringed.” While the federal government ramps up its administrative gun grab policies through executive fiat, Wisconsin needs state executive officers that will stand strong for one of Wisconsinites’ most important rights. The Badger State has a long tradition of sportsmanship and with increasing violent crime rates, our right to protect our families is more important than ever.

Every life is precious and we need leaders in Madison that are willing to take a stand to protect the most vulnerable among us, the unborn. In the Senate, I’ve introduced key legislation to curtail the abortion epidemic and to provide parents the resources to choose life! My legislation, including the Shield the Vulnerable Act and Prenatal Diagnosis Information Act, reaffirm the belief that every life matters, but the Evers/Barnes Administration’s veto power continues to stand in the way and undermine our values.

Tony Evers and Mandela Barnes have shown their blatant disregard for Wisconsin communities. Instead of shutting down riots, they sat on their hands while Kenosha burned in 2020. They’ve used every chance to stand against our brave men and women in law enforcement and against our communities’ safety. We need a Lieutenant Governor who will stand alongside Wisconsin Law enforcement and defend them instead of calling to defund them. They desperately need more resources and Wisconsinites desperately need safer communities while areas like Milwaukee see crime rates skyrocket.