Rob Brooks was elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly in 2014 and is truly honored to be representing Wisconsin's 60th district. His colleagues selected him to serve as Assistant Majority Leader in 2016. Rob and his wife Dawn, whom have been married for 26 years, have raised two children in the district. Their son Robert, a West Point graduate, is currently a pilot in the United States Army. Their daughter Jessica is a student at Viterbo University in La Crosse and is studying nursing.
Rob has been active in local government serving thirteen years on the Ozaukee County Board, nine as chairman and one as vice-chairman. During his tenure Rob served as a Commissioner on the South Eastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission and on the board of directors for organizations such as Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance.
His involvement in the community goes beyond government. He has been actively involved in many civic organizations ranging from Stars and Stripes Honor Flight to coaching youth athletics. Rob has been a member in several local organizations such as the Lions Club, Rotary and the Moose Lodge. He is very proud of his community and enjoys giving back through service.
Rob has been a self-employed businessman for more than twenty five years. He owns and operates several businesses in the district including his real estate company, rental properties and taverns. Rob recognizes the impact of high taxation and overbearing regulation on the private sector and that is what motivated him to step up and make a difference at the state level. Rob will be a "citizen legislator" and will remain active in his businesses and the community.
Assembly Standing Committees:
Joint Legislative Council (Co-Chair)
Joint Committee on Legislative Organization
Committee on Assembly Organization
Committee on Housing and Real Estate
Committee on Rural Development and Mining