A new voice
for District 27

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About Casey

For the last 30 years I've; been married to Melissa, raised 4 kids, started 5 businesses, and traveled to 46 countries, I've lived a blessed life and I want to give back to my community.

Wisconsin is a great state to live in and raise a family, but not a great state to start a small business.  Small businesses are the backbone of a thriving economy, but today's buy local - shop local movement is stalled by unnecessary regulations.

I am willing to stand for the small business owner and the people they employ. 

Donate to our campaign, get involved for a fresh voice, and most importantly vote Casey Helbach on election day.

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Wisconsin native

I'm a Wisconsin native and graduate from Waupaca High School.  Following graduation, I moved to Stevens Point for college.  While attending UW Stevens Point I met and married my wife, Melissa.  I graduated with a major in Spanish and a minor in business.  Following graduation, Melissa and I decided to move to the Madison area because of its growing economy, business opportunities,
great churches, and fantastic restaurants and coffee shops.  This is the area where our cleaning business, Helbach Cleaning, really took off and all 4 of our children were born.

committed to the community and charity

Giving back to the local and global community is a strong value we hold.  I am privileged to serve on the board of an orphanage in Honduras called "Give Hope 2 Kids". 

We also support a ministry in Argentina called "Shelter on the Lake" which provides housing and food to itinerant backpackers. 

Locally we are the founders of the "Jesus Lunch" ministry in Middleton and even though our kids have graduated from Middleton High School we continue to support the efforts of those involved.


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income tax is a regressive tax

Wisconsinites pay some of the highest income taxes in the country. 

To help you and your neighbors I will advocate to make the first $30,000 of your hard earned income "tax free".  This will put $1,200 back in the pocket of every tax payer.  As a small business owner I've learned people work for themselves and their family, not bloated government budgets.

The idea of income taxation in the country started right here in Wisconsin in 1912; not something we can be proud of.

Let's get on the right side of history and start to dismantle this productivity-killing idea.