Rep. Kremer Inauguration Today, Representative Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) took the oath of office and was officially sworn in to the 102nd Wisconsin Legislature, filling the shoes of retired Representative Dan LeMahieu (R-Cascade). Rep. Kremer is one of 63 Republicans who will be representing the Assembly during the 2015-2016 legislative session - the largest majority since 1957.
Assembly Adjourns in Honor of 2014 New Holstein Distinguished Citizen of the Year Today, Representative Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) adjourned the Assembly’s fourth floor period of the year in honor of Mr. Elroy “Herbie” Schreiner, recipient of New Holstein’s 2014 Distinguished Citizen of the Year award.
Rep. Jesse Kremer Approves Constitutional Amendment to Select Chief Justice Today, Representative Jesse Kremer voted in favor of a constitutional amendment that would allow Wisconsin Supreme Court Justices to elect their chief justice. Currently, the Wisconsin Constitution dictates that the longest continuously serving justice is selected as the chief justice.
Rep. Kremer Statement on Teacher Licensure Incentives Last week Governor Walker released a portion of his Workforce Readiness Plan, which includes an alternative path to teacher licensure in Wisconsin. According to the plan, aspiring teachers could use knowledge gained through a lifetime of professional experience to pass competency tests, allowing them to obtain a teaching license. In response, Representative Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) issued the following statement:
Rep. Kremer to Accompany Congressman Sensenbrenner at District Listening Sessions On Monday, February 9, Representative Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) will accompany Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner at his next round of office hours to be held at two locations in the 59th Assembly District. Congressman Sensenbrenner will host two half-hour open forums to respond to constituent questions and comments on issues affecting Wisconsin at the federal level.