FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 7, 2019
CONTACT: Rep. Jim Steineke
Rep. Steineke Re-Sworn in as Representative of 5th Assembly District
MADISON – Representative Jim Steineke (R-Kaukauna) was re-sworn in as the representative for Wisconsin’s 5th Assembly District this afternoon as the state Assembly convened to begin its 104th session. Rep. Steineke has served as a representative in northeast Wisconsin since 2011, taking on leadership roles starting in 2012. He has served in his current role as Assembly Majority Leader since 2014, mentoring new representatives and staff, running floor debate on session days, and working with caucus members and leadership to prioritize their ideas and values.
“I am incredibly honored to once again serve my friends and neighbors in northeast Wisconsin,” said Rep. Steineke. “While the next two years will be full of new opportunities and challenges, my commitment to the best interests of the 5th Assembly District will remain my top priority.”
During his 8-year tenure within the state Assembly, Rep. Steineke has been a champion for issues spanning economic, fiscal, and social areas. His work to cut taxes, prioritize homelessness initiatives, and reduce red tape have resulted in a better state for Wisconsin families and businesses alike.
“As a leader in the Assembly, I will pursue every avenue possible to find compromise, while remaining steadfast on the values that got us to where we are today,” continued Rep. Steineke. “I am excited to get to work to keep creating positive change for my constituents and our great state.”
Representative Jim Steineke represents Wisconsin’s 5th Assembly District which includes Outagamie and portions of Brown County. Steineke serves as the Assembly Republican Majority Leader.