At the beginning of the fall 2009 Legislative session, my Republican colleagues and I unveiled our "Jobs Now" Agenda in order to help the business community create jobs and get Wisconsin's economy back on track. Click on any of the three links below to learn more about how Assembly Republicans are working to strengthen Wisconsin's economy.
For the latest, breaking news and to follow the proceedings of the Wisconsin State Assembly and other state government departments, agencies, and the judiciary, please click on Wisconsin Eye. Visitors are also welcome to view photos of Representative Murtha as works on behalf of the 29th Assembly District.
Thank you for taking the time to visit the official website of Wisconsin's 29th Assembly District! I hope this site provides you with all of the information you need in learning more about your state government and the Capitol. It is both a privilege and an honor for me to serve as your State Representative, a position I take very seriously given the amount of trust many of you instilled in me when you voted for me.
As my employer, you play a critical role in the legislative process by ensuring that I continue doing the job you elected me to do, and that I consistently prioritize your needs and interests above everything else. I value the diverse opinions of the people I serve, and encourage you to contact me to express your views and concerns on various issues and legislation. The feedback with which you provide me then helps determine which bills I co-sponsor and how I ultimately decide to vote on them.
In addition to using the website, please feel free to contact my office in Madison and my staff and I will be more than happy to assist you with anything from public policy to setting up a tour of the state Capitol. I very much enjoy working for you and look forward to hearing from you as we work together in making Wisconsin an even better place to live, work, and raise a family. Thank you again for stopping by!
29th Assembly District
Winter arrives at the Wisconsin State Capitol