• Speaker Vos & Senator Fitzgerald on Governor's Special Session Call If the governor had legitimate concerns, we could have come to a bipartisan solution weeks ago. This discussion would have happened long before today. Unfortunately, it’s this type of feckless leadership Wisconsin has come to expect of the governor in the face of this crisis.
    • Statement on Gov. Evers' Mail-in Ballot Election Request We’re united as a caucus in rejecting the governor’s request to upend the April 7th election. His last-minute scheme of a mail-in ballot election is logistically impossible and incredibly flawed. The governor’s idea is merely a statewide invitation for voter fraud.
    • Statement on Gov. Evers’ Executive Order The governor’s announcement has created mass amounts of confusion. For days, Governor Evers took a measured approach and reassured business owners that a shelter-in-place order may not be necessary. Legislative leaders even complimented him for it.
    • Four HOPE Agenda Bills Signed Into Law Since 2013, Wisconsin has passed 34 bipartisan pieces of legislation as a part of the Heroin, Opiate, Prevention, and Education (HOPE) Agenda. Last year there was a 10% decrease in opioid-related deaths and opioid prescriptions continue to fall dramatically.
    • Speaker Vos on the Governor's Tougher on Crime Vetoes Governor Evers vetoed legislation that would have helped keep our communities safe. He refuses to hold criminals accountable to please his liberal ‘let them out of jail’ backers. His actions clearly show how far left he is compared to the general public who want to live in safe neighborhoods.


While it's been a tough and uncertain time for Wisconsin, it's brought out some of the best in people. Experts say the pandemic may get worse before it gets better, but we will conquer this and be stronger after it's over.

Rep. John Macco (Green Bay) explains the Republican tax cut package the will reduce income taxes, pay down debt and invest in the Rainy Day Fund..

Rep. Todd Novak (Dodgeville) takes you on a tour of a great local cheese maker located in his Assembly district.