Wisconsin Deserves Fair Maps!

On Monday, May 17th, I will be introducing a bill with Senator Jeff Smith that creates a process for transparent and nonpartisan redistricting.

I'm committed to this legislation so that we can restore competition and accountability to the political process. If politicians have to compete on their ideas and not their maps, it means they must listen to their constituents and vote accordingly.

Redistricting processes like this have been successful in several other states, and I am working to make this happen in Wisconsin to restore power to the voters. 

You're Invited:

Press Event for Fair Maps Legislation

12 pm on Monday, May 17th, 2021

State Street Entrance Stairs at the State Capitol (West Side)

Please Adhere to Local Public Health Department Guidelines

Speakers include:

Representative Deb Andraca, Senator Jeff Smith, Matt Rothschild, Debra Cronmiller, Devin Anderson, and Sachin Chheda

Office Hours

One of the most important parts of being a state representative is hearing directly from constituents, so I am pleased to offer both Zoom and in-person office hours. I hold in-person meetings at businesses in varying locations around the 23rd district.

Our next opportunity to meet in-person will be Friday, May 21st at the City Market in Whitefish Bay. You can schedule an in-person or Zoom meeting with a quick click here. If the posted dates and time don’t fit your schedule please reach out to our office and we will be happy to make other arrangements.

In the District: Virtual Tour and Classroom Visits

As an elementary school teacher, I was really looking forward to welcoming 4th grade students and teachers to our State Capitol on their annual field trips. As with many other traditions, the pandemic has compelled us to be creative. 

Since students are not able to come to Madison, we created a video tour so that we can bring the Capitol to the classroom. Our virtual tour is about 10 minutes in length, features a message to students from Governor Evers, and is freely available any time on our web page--for kids of all ages!

In addition to the video tour, I have been visiting 4th grade classrooms to meet students and answer their questions about Wisconsin state government.  Most recently, I talked with students at Kennedy Elementary School in Grafton.  I answered questions like: "How long did it take for you to get elected?" and "What is the hardest part of your job."  

The Capitol Reopens to the Public

I'm grateful that the Capitol has reopened to the public, and we are returning to a more traditional way of doing our work.  The photograph below is from the annual State of the Tribes address this week.  This was the first session where I was able to work from my designated seat on the Assembly floor and use the electronic voting system--while continuing to follow best practices for health and safety.


I'm so happy that my family is fully vaccinated, and I encourage you and your family to join me (if you haven't already)! 

The supply of vaccines is strong in our area and vaccinations are now available for anyone ages 12 and up!  To locate a provider administering the Pfizer vaccine, visit 

Contact Our Office

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