SPECIAL ELECTION: NOVEMBER 8TH, 2022
State Representative Jonathan Brostoff is running to represent District 3 on the Milwaukee Common Council.
Jonathan's grassroots campaign is focused on being a voice for Milwaukee and giving residents the care and attention that they deserve — stellar constituent services, ensuring that everyone within the district is heard, supporting community programs that have been proven to improve public safety, and continuing his work on disability rights and access at the municipal level.
Jonathan has served as Wisconsin’s 19th State Assembly District Representative since January 3, 2015.
Jonathan has continued to serve the Milwaukee community since he took office. He volunteers weekly at Pathfinders, a youth shelter, and at the Maryland Avenue Montessori school. In addition, Jonathan maintains close ties with Dryhootch, a veteran-focused nonprofit, and is an active alumni with Milwaukee’s Public Allies program.
Jonathan graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a degree in political science. While in college, he worked for Senator Tom Harkin in Washington, D.C., was chair of the UWM College Democrats, and completed the United Nations Summer Seminar program.
Jonathan is married to Diana Vang-Brostoff, whom he met while at UWM. She is a clinical social worker at the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center and a Behavioral Health Officer in the WI Army National Guard. Together, Jonathan and Diana have three energetic young sons—Boaz, Baraq, and Binyamin.
Jonathan’s father, Alan, is a retired attorney, mediator, and arbitrator. His mother, Phyllis, is a social worker and co-founder of Stowell Associates, which has provided managed home care to elderly persons and disabled adults since 1983.
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