Brian Beaulieu seeks to challenge McComb, Dalton, for District 9 seat
STEVENS POINT – District 9 candidate Brian Beaulieu will face off against Mary McComb and 2017 challenger Polly Dalton in the Feb. 19 primary.
Brian is a lifelong resident of Stevens Point who has lived in District 9 since June of 2005. He currently lives with his physically disabled Mother who he helps care for.
“I want to bring common sense back to the city council, try to rein in the frivolous spending to keep property taxes down and help find businesses that will want to relocate to Stevens Point and provide good paying jobs. I also want to fairly represent all District 9 residents including the underrepresented blue collar working class.”
Brian has deep roots in Stevens Point as he attended the local Catholic schools through the sixth grade. He then attended PJ Jacobs and Graduated from SPASH in 2003. Beaulieu has been active in the Stevens Point Youth Baseball Program and the FFA, and holds an Associzates Degree in Criminal Justice – Law Enforcement.
He is currently employed at the Stevens Point Verso Paper Mill and is a member of their local USW union. Beaulieu has since been knocking on doors to seek support for the February primary.
“I am looking forward to meeting all the residents of District 9 to better understand how we can make District 9 and the City Stevens Point better together.”
A letter recommendation has also been written for Beaulieu by University of Stevens Point Professor of Psychology Mark Plonsky.
In summary, Brian is a hardworking and dependable individual. He is patient, respectful, and a good listener. He is easy to get along with and has the ability to accomplish what he sets his mind to. He will to represent the working person. His goal is to make the city a better place. I believe that he is an ethical and trustworthy person that is worthy of your vote. – Mark Plonsky, Ph.D