Kevin Hoyer was born on a farm right here in La Crosse County. A lifelong resident, Kevin is committed to the people of the Coulee Region.

He married Jody, his wife of 32 years, in 1988. They eventually moved to northern La Crosse County in the town of Hamilton, where Kevin started his own farm. Today the Hoyer Farm covers 650 acres and produces soybeans, corn, and small grains.

Over the years Kevin has become a leader in both the community and in agriculture.

He has served two terms as president of the Wisconsin Soybean Association and three years on the American Soybean Association governing committee. He has worked at the federal level on agriculture policy, including two different farm bills. He also sits on the state Farm Service Agency Board and has served on the Western Technical College agriculture advisory board. He is a member of the Wisconsin Farm Bureau and the La Crosse County Ag Society.

Kevin is also a local leader. He has served as a Town of Hamilton supervisor for the past 3+ years and was recently elected to his second term on the La Crosse County Board of Supervisors, where he represents the people of the 24th District.

He and Jody are members of Christ Lutheran Church in West Salem.


If elected, Kevin will carry his record of service to the Coulee Region to Madison. Kevin will keep your taxes in check, fight for a 21st Century infrastructure for all, including high-speed internet for our rural areas, and conserve our natural resources for the next generation. He will support innovative solutions to expand access to quality health care and ensure all our children get the education that's right for them so they're prepared for a rapidly changing economy.

As a farmer, Kevin knows all about rolling up his sleeves. He also knows the value of a hard-earned dollar and the importance of passing along our resources for the next generation. He will bring a can-do spirit to Madison.



Your generous support is critical to ensuring Kevin continues a strong campaign. Times are tough for many of us, but if you can spare a few bucks it will have a big impact! Thank you as always!