Sol Grosskopf has a lot on his plate. Sol, originally from Shawano, Wis., is a senior at the University of Wisconsin. At 21 years old, he was the youngest Wisconsin delegate to the Republican National Convention this September. While he was in Minneapolis, he ate breakfast with former Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson and Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker. To top it off, he currently serves as Chairman of the Wisconsin Federation of College Republicans, a position he was elected to last spring.
Even better than all of that is Grosskopf’s political philosophy. He says: “In reality, the individuals should be making choices for their lives and not some group of people, whether it be a block away or hundreds of miles away.” Grosskopf is involved in forming the Republican Liberty Caucus of Wisconsin and supported Ron Paul’s presidential bid.
Grosskopf is currently overseeing an effort by Wisconsin’s campus Republicans to ensure that the Wisconsin Assembly keeps its Republican majority. If it doesn’t, the Democrats will control every branch of state government.
As if he doesn’t have enough to do already. Keep up the good work, Sol!