A Welcome from Rep. Steineke

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Hello, I’m State Representative Jim Steineke. Welcome to my online office!

This webpage will give you 24 hour access to my office in Madison and will serve as my primary point of contact for my constituents on the web.

Please take a look around and remember that my door is always open so please don’t hesitate to contact me should you have any questions or if I can ever be of assistance.

I appreciate you taking the time to visit my site and I hope you will contact me regarding any concerns or ideas you have.

Thank you,

Representative Jim Steineke
Majority Leader
5th Assembly District

Updates from the Representative

  • Conservative Reforms Lead to Opportunities Like Foxconn Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke (R-Kaukauna) released the following statement applauding the announcement made by President Trump, Governor Walker, and Foxconn that the electronics manufacturer has selected Wisconsin as the site for a new factory:
    7/26/2017
  • Rep. Steineke Applauds Speaker Task Force on Foster Care MADISON – Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke (R-Kaukauna) released the following statement applauding the creation of the Speaker’s Task Force on Foster Care:
    6/28/2017
  • Rep. Steineke Votes to Protect Wisconsinites with Pre-Existing Conditions Early this morning, Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke (R-Kaukauna) joined his Republican colleagues in a vote to protect healthcare coverage of Wisconsinites with pre-existing conditions.
    6/22/2017
  • Finding Next Steps for Ending and Preventing Homelessness in Wisconsin Word Count: 485 When the Wisconsin State Assembly passed a package of bills aimed at ending and preventing homelessness in Wisconsin last month, it would have been easy to give my colleagues a congratulatory pat on the back and move on to other issues. However, the information I’ve been given, the personal stories I’ve heard, and the connections I’ve made to the homeless population and the advocates who serve them have inspired me to continue the discussion beyond just these first step bills.
    6/20/2017