Express your Opinion on issues in the State Legislature

I want to hear your thoughts on issues that are important to you and your family. I encourage you to please contact me and share your position on issues being considered in the State Legislature.

Help with a State Agency

If you have a question or concern about a state program, department or agency, please feel free to contact my office and I or my staff will do everything we can to help you receive a fair and timely response.

To learn about the various services offered through state programs, including a comprehensive listing of state agencies, you can visit Wisconsin.gov for more information.

Request a Legislative Citation

It would be an honor to recognize a constituent's outstanding achievements with a Legislative Citation. Past citations have been presented for numerous achievements, including scouting awards, significant personal or business anniversaries, educational achievements, and athletic championships. 

Please contact my office with the following information:

  • Exact name of the person to be honored
  • Background information about the person
  • Date & time you would like the citation to be presented
  • Any other applicable information

Order a United States or Wisconsin Flag

United States and Wisconsin flags are available for purchase from the Assembly Chief Clerk's office. For more infromation about purchasing a flag, please visit the Assembly Chief Clerks website.

Just for Kids

An online, printable Activity Book is available for kids to learn more about Wisconsin and how state government works. It includes word games, quizzes and crossword puzzles. The Wisconsin Historical Society additionally has many fun and informative links for children. Another great website is Wisconsin.gov, which has many links for kids, including an environmental education website from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and a money-managing website from the Department of Financial Institutions (DFI).

How a Bill Becomes a Law

The How a Bill Becomes a Law booklet is published by the Assembly Chief Clark, and can be viewed online. It describes the legislative process and gives tips for contacting your representatives and using the Wisconsin Legislature's website.

Blue Books

Blue Books may be viewed online, and there is a fun Blue Book Study Guide that goes along with this years book that is available as well.