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State Representative Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum)
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January 5, 2015

New 59th Assembly Representative Sworn into Office

Madison, WIToday, 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.

Rep. Kremer, a 37 year old political newcomer, was joined at the inaugural ceremony by his wife Janet, daughters Keturah (age 11), Miriam (9) and Michaiah (5), as well as parents Reynold and Edith, in-laws Rod and Barb, brother-in-law Mark and brother’s family – Seth, Alycia, Ephraim, Zipporah and Hezekiah.

“I have always enjoyed volunteer public service, and was encouraged to run for State Assembly by watching the great strides Wisconsin has taken since Governor Walker took office four years ago,” said Rep. Kremer. “It is my honor to serve the people of the 59th Assembly District, and I look forward to working with my colleagues in the legislature to keep Wisconsin moving forward.”

For the 2015-16 session Rep. Kremer has been appointed to serve as Vice Chair of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee. “My extensive experience in the public safety arena, including my service as a Wisconsin National Guard war veteran, volunteer Kewaskum Firefighter and EMT, and two years as an Emergency Services Dispatcher will be a great asset to me as I serve as Vice Chair of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee,” said Kremer. Rep. Kremer is also a member of the Public Benefit Reform, Health, Constitution and Ethics and Mining and Rural Development committees.

Rep. Kremer represents the 59th Assembly District which includes Southern Calumet, Western Sheboygan, Northern Washington and Eastern Fond du Lac Counties. Rep. Kremer’s office is located at 17 West in the Wisconsin State Capitol, and he can be reached at (608) 266-9175 or by e-mail at Rep.Kremer@legis.wisconsin.gov. His legislative website can be found at RepKremer.com.