Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Thank you for taking the time to visit my website. This website is one of the ways I provide to better serve you, the residents of Wisconsin’s 2nd Senate District.

On this site, you will find:

  • My background and major legislative accomplishments;
  • A tool to track bills authored by myself or my colleagues;
  • Some ways I may help you in the ‘Constituent Services’ tab;
  • A sign-up for the Updates from the State Senate email list;
  • And much, much more!

If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, I encourage you to visit the ‘Contact Us’ tab. I enjoy hearing from those I proudly represent, and anyone with questions, comments, or concerns to contact me.

Through your input and involvement and my hard work, we will continue to make the 2nd Senate District an even better place to call home.

Yours Truly,


Robert Cowles
Proudly Serving Wisconsin's 2nd Senate District


  • Updates from the State Senate: Three Bills Signed into Law This E-Newsletter includes information on three bills I've authored that were signed into law, a bill I've authored to help Save Our Pets in emergency situations, recent events I've attended in the district, the Capitol Christmas Tree lighting, and more.
  • Kitchens/Cowles Clean Water Access Bill Signed into Law “Access to clean drinking water is vital to human health, and today’s bill signing provides hope to those who don’t have easy access to clean drinking water. The Clean Water Access Bill is not a cure-all silver bullet, but assistance in replacing failing septic tanks and contaminated wells is an important step forward for the residents of Northeast Wisconsin."
  • Cowles/Tusler Bill to Improve Water Infrastructure in State Parks Signed into Law "Good drinking water quality should not be in question, and the health and safety of our visitors should be protected. By addressing the critical water infrastructure projects identified by the DNR, we can continue to ensure that our state park visitors have an enjoyable outdoors experience and continue to use our parks."