About Frank Buress, Candidate for the Wisconsin State Assembly, Representing the 41st District.

Frank Buress, a U.S. Army veteran, is a tireless anti-opioid crusader and an engaged and energized member of his community.

Active in leadership roles in many diverse local, state, and national organizations, Frank is the commander of his American Legion Post and a life member of the Disabled American Veterans. He also serves on the board of directors of the Marquette County Healthy Communities–Healthy Youth, a coalition affiliated with the Alliance for Wisconsin Youth and is co-chair of its policy committee on substance abuse.

He also serves on the Wisconsin State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Committee and both its opioid advisory group and its workgroup on workplace substance abuse. In addition, Frank is chairman of Safe Access Wisconsin, which advocates for access to medical cannabis. In Madison, he will be an advocate for clean water, medical cannabis, term limits, public school funding, jobs, roads, affordable health care and returning power to local communities. View his platform/issues.

Frank and his wife, Karen Alexander, live in Harrisville, just outside of Westfield, in Marquette County.