Rep. Kremer Mourns Loss of Rep. Gannon It is with much sadness this morning that we inform our constituents and the public at large of the passing of State Representative Bob Gannon. Rep. Gannon was a strong Christian and advocate for liberty in Washington County and the state as a whole.
Rep. Kremer Joins Governor Walker for Signing of Historic Foxconn Investment in Wisconsin Today, Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-59 Kewaskum) joined Governor Walker at Gateway Technical College for the signing of legislation to bring electronics manufacturer Foxconn to Wisconsin. This project will generate a projected $10 billion in capital investment and a possible ripple effect from partnerships and secondary economic growth that could reach over $78 billion in gross domestic product over the 15-year term of the deal.
Rep. Kremer Stands Up for Taxpayers, Prevents State Funding of MKE Street Car Operation Yesterday, the Joint Committee on Finance (JFC) voted on its transportation portion of the State Biennial Budget and included two major policy provisions introduced by Representative Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) relating to the funding of the Milwaukee Street Car.
The State Assembly Approves Foxconn, Votes to Bring Historic Investment & Jobs to Wisconsin “Today is a proud day for all Wisconsinites...new manufacturing, new tech, new family supporting careers and new optimism. We took a historic step today towards building a new industry and manufacturing campus not seen anywhere in North America right here in Wisconsin. I am thrilled to be your voice of the 59th Assembly District by voting yes on the Foxconn package.”
EPA "No Growth" Zones Decimate Opportunity in Wisconsin "I applaud the efforts of WILL, WMC, and the Sheboygan Chamber on calling for the federal government to provide new flexibilities, however, as state lawmakers, we have a responsibility to act as well” said Rep. Kremer. “Policies set into action by unelected bureaucrats at the EPA have had devastating outcomes. A number of these issues have been on my radar this legislative session, and will be addressed."