About Randy Melchert

Randy at CRG Rally

Randy Melchert is an attorney, political analyst, and grassroots coordinator for conservative organizations. A past intercollegiate debate national champion, radio station owner, and 2008 candidate for the Wisconsin State Assembly, Randy earned a Master’s degree in Church History, a second Master’s degree in Rhetoric and Public Address, and just completed a Juris Doctorate from the University of Wisconsin. Frequently appearing on Wisconsin radio and television, Randy speaks to conservative groups, political organizations, concerned citizens, schools, senior citizens, and everyone in between. Randy is often called upon to present complex political issues in an engaging, audience-involving game show format. To request Randy to speak to your organization or for political consulting, contact:

  • email: rmelchert-(at)-gmail-(dot)-com
  • call/txt: (414) 212-5321
  • twitter: @melchert
  • contxts: txt “melchert” to 50500
  • linkedin: randymelchert

Randy has been interviewed for, featured in, and/or generated stories in:

  • Atlanta Journal Constitution (GA)
  • Baraboo News Republic (WI)
  • Blythewood Country Chronicle (SC)
  • Boston Globe (MA)
  • Brookfield News (WI)
  • Calgary Herald (BC)
  • Catholic Herald (Madison, WI)
  • Charlotte Observer (NC)
  • Christian News (WI)
  • CNN
  • Contra Costa Times (CA)
  • Dayton Daily News (OH)
  • Falls Cable Access 14
  • Gonzaga Bulletin (WA)
  • Grand Junction Sentinel (CO)
  • Greenville Journal (SC)
  • Greenville News (SC)
  • KCVS-FM (KS)
  • KFFF-FM (IA)
  • Lexington Herald-Leader (KY)
  • Menomonee Falls NOW (WI)
  • Milwaukee Business Journal (WI)
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (WI)
  • OnMilwaukee.com
  • Providence Journal (RI)
  • Pueblo Chieftain (CO)
  • Quad City Times (IA)
  • Religious Product News
  • Rock Island Argus (IL)
  • Rocky Mount Telegram (NC)
  • Rutland Herald (VT)
  • Tallahassee Democrat (FL)
  • The State (SC)
  • Times Argus (VT)
  • TV Technology
  • Washington County Daily News (WI)
  • Washington Post (DC)
  • Waukesha Freeman (WI)
  • Wisconsin On Demand (WI)
  • WisPolitics.com
  • WBJU-TV (SC)
  • WDFB-FM (KY)
  • WDJT-TV (WI) CBS 58 Milwaukee
  • WDYN-FM (TN)
  • WEGZ-FM (WI)
  • WFXS-TV (WI) FOX 55 Wausau
  • WGBA-TV (WI) NBC 26 Green Bay
  • WHFA-AM (WI) 1240 AM Madison
  • WITI-TV (WI) FOX 6 Milwaukee
  • WJIC-FM (OH)
  • WKBF-AM (IL)
  • WPCS-FM (FL)
  • WPTH-FM (IL)
  • WUGN-FM (MI)
  • WVCY-FM (WI)
  • WVCY-TV (WI)
Randy Melchert, political analyst
Randy Melchert TV Interview
Randy Melchert with State Rep. Mark Gundrum in Waukesha Freeman
Randy Melchert TV guest
Randy Melchert speaks to senior citizens
Randy Melchert speaking at school
Randy Melchert on TV


  1. [...] and at the Dog Federation of Wisconsin’s Legislative Day coming up. If you’d like a speaker for your organization – on how to get involved in government, or how to affect your government for good, or to tell about [...]

    Pingback by Speaking to homeschoolers « RandyMelchert.com — April 18, 2009 @ 11:02 pm

  2. Brother Randy,

    I just got through listening to your speech in Wausau and was very impressed. Wow, could we get you to say some things here at Grace. I need you on a Sunday Morning so all can hear.

    Pastor Howell

    Comment by Dean Howell — February 5, 2010 @ 9:30 am

  3. Your Wausau speech was inspiring. Youth has nothing to with the passion you have, nor should it influence people’s view of your eligibility for office. Unfortunately, complacency comes with tenure … and we’ve plenty of it in Wisconsin and DC. The Falls could stand a good enema in this regard. Keep up the good work!

    Comment by Ken Koier — February 15, 2010 @ 3:50 pm

  4. As a retired businessman I’ve known Randy for about 5-6 years. Randy is the sharpest young man I know in WI in the areas of social and political matters. We need more young men like Randy involved in the issues we have to deal with. I look forward to seeing the day when he is elected to the state legislature – he will make a difference!

    Comment by Edward Perkins — October 16, 2011 @ 4:05 pm

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