REMINDER: In-District Office Hours


As a reminder, I will be holding two listening sessions on Monday. Details for each can be found below –



Date: Monday, November 15

Time: 4:00pm-5:00pm

Where: Oak Creek Public Library

Technology Training Lab (Second Floor)

8040 S 6th St, Oak Creek, WI 53154



Date: Monday, November 15

Time: 5:30pm-6:30pm

Where: South Milwaukee Public Library

Board Room (Second Floor)

1907 10th Ave, South Milwaukee, WI 53172


If you attend Office Hours, it will be necessary to respect the COVID-19 precautions set out by each individual venue.


These will be the last listening sessions until next year. I hope to see you there! As always, if these opportunities don’t work for you, I encourage you to share your thoughts with me by using my website form or by calling my office toll-free at (888) 534-0021.

Assembly Passes Redistricting Bills

Every ten years, the Legislature is required under the Constitution to draw new legislative district maps. That process has been ongoing over the past few months since receiving the 2020 Census data. Earlier this week, the Senate passed the bills and yesterday, the Assembly passed the same bills. SB 621 is the new State Assembly and State Senate maps and SB 622 is the new Congressional maps.


During the debate on the legislative maps, the maps produced by the People’s Maps Commission were introduced as a substitute amendment. The People’s Maps Commission broke several laws during their deliberations, including violating open meetings requirements and diluting the votes of minorities. The so-called “People’s Maps” were rejected in a bipartisan supermajority vote, with 17 Democrats joining Republicans in voting them down.


Throughout this process, we have said that we are confident that we will pass maps that are fair, legal, compact, and contiguous and I remain optimistic that the Governor will sign the maps we passed this week.

Thank You, Veterans!


Thursday was Veterans Day. Please join me in thanking all those who have stepped up and served our country.

Legislative Audit Bureau (LAB) Audit Report

Recently, the LAB released its audit of the 2020 Election. I wanted to be sure that you saw this report and had the chance to read it for yourself. Right now, the Legislature is taking time to review their report. Also, the Senate has begun officially looking into the LAB findings.


Going forward, we will review the findings so we can decide how to move forward. I look forward to working with my colleagues on legislation that ensures that our elections are conducted legally and fairly. 


Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions. 


Click below to read the LAB audit report.

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