2018

9/18/2018
Wisconsin Democrats announce Foxconn Town Halls Events to be held in New Richmond and River Falls
8/31/2018
State Senator Patty Schachtner announces 2018 Legislative Survey State Senator Patty Schachtner announced her first legislative survey for Senate District 10 this week. The survey is available online at www.SenatorSchachtner.com. Constituents may also call her office at (608) 266-7745 or email Sen.Schachtner@legis.wisconsin.gov to request a paper copy.
6/25/2018
State Senator Patty Schachtner Announces Foxconn Town Halls Sessions to be held in Rice Lake and Amery
5/2/2018
State Senator Patty Schachtner Announces Hudson Office Hours (MADISON) – On May 23, 2018, Wisconsin State Senator Patty Schachtner (D – Somerset) will hold community office hours in Hudson. Constituents will be able to meet with Sen. Schachtner for an informal discussion at a Wisconsin-based small business. Details are provided below.
5/1/2018
House GOP Farm Bill Threatens Food Security for Children, Vulnerable Adults Analysis released today by the Legislative Fiscal Bureau estimates that thousands of children and vulnerable adults will lose their FoodShare benefits under the House GOP Farm Bill. According to the analysis, 75,720 Wisconsin residents will lose FoodShare eligibility, including 23,369 children.
4/17/2018
State Senator Patty Schachtner Announces Fredric Listening Session (MADISON) – On May 3, 2018, Wisconsin State Senator Patty Schachtner (D – Somerset) will hold a community listening session in Fredric...
4/4/2018
State Senator Patty Schachtner Announces Three Community Listening Sessions Sessions to be Held in Dunn, Polk, and St. Croix Counties
3/9/2018
Rep. Taylor, Sen. Schachtner Introduce Bill to Assist Student Victims of Sexual Violence and Harassment “Sexual assault on college campuses is a serious, pervasive issue that has long-standing consequences for students,” said Senator Patty Schachtner (D – Somerset). “These accommodations are an important step forward to address trauma and help students recover.”