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A Look Back at 2017


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    Happy new year! As we begin 2018, I would like to reflect back on 2017 and all the amazing and promising things that occurred. The photo above is from the State of the State address last January, when I introduced Pastor Mike Beresford, who gave the prayer. The next State of the State address is scheduled for January 24th.

    The state legislature has accomplished some impressive milestones already this session, investing in K-12 education, expanding our economic opportunities, and lowering taxes for hardworking Wisconsinites. 2018 will be another great year as we continue to move Wisconsin forward.


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How We Met

  This spring, I had a blast making a video about meeting my wonderful wife.  Julie is such a blessing to me, and I know it was God's plan for me to meet her and help get her car out of that ditch. Looking back 25 years later, I've never been more grateful.


 Hometown Hero: Lia Haile

    Last May, I had the privilege of honoring Lia Haile, a 7th grade student from Manitowoc, as a "Hometown Hero." Lia started the "Hopeful Hearts Club" back in 2012 to help kids and families at the Hope House in Manitowoc.

    Her organization puts together gift baskets and throws birthday parties for children at the homeless shelter. Homelessness is a real problem in our area, and Lia is doing what she can to help. She is a shining star in our community, and one I was proud to recognize in front of the Wisconsin Legislature and the Governor. 

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Listening Sessions

    I enjoyed hosting listening sessions in the district with Senator LeMahieu in 2017. Thank you to all those who came out to have an open conversation with us about important issues. Look out for information on future listening sessions-coming soon!


Foxconn Vote

    The Foxconn bill is an exciting piece of legislation from 2017. This agreement launches Wisconsin into a new industry and provides many exciting economic opportunities for Wisconsinites across the state.

    The bill came to the Committee on Jobs & the Economy, where I was proud to vote it forward on August 15th. It passed the Assembly on August 17th.


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Budget and Foxconn Bill Signings    

    Last but not least, the Governor signed both the Foxconn bill and the budget into law in September. I was able to attend the Foxconn bill signing, which was a memorable event. Can you find me in the photo above (left) next to Representative Steineke?

    From committee meetings to floor sessions to constituent visits, 2017 has been a particularly memorable year. Thank you for making Manitowoc and Calumet counties such a great place to live and an area I am proud to represent in Madison.

    If there is anything I can do to assist you, please contact my office. You can share your thoughts, find out additional information on issues, or see where I stand on any legislation. I look forward to hearing from you and, as always, working for you.



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Representative Paul Tittl


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Contact Me:


  P.O. Box 8953
  Madison, WI 53708-8953
  Phone: 1-888-529-0025


What's Happening in
Community Events
  • I have been receiving a lot of feedback on AB 70. I encourage you to read the bill text here and contact me if you would like additional information on the legislation.
  • Bald eagle watching season begins in January. Find out about eagle watching events across the state here.
  • The 15th annual Wisconsin Governor's Business Plan Contest is now accepting applications online for 2018. Submit your entry before Jan. 31st.
  • Governor Walker is looking for a non-traditional student representative for the UW-System Board of Regents. Apply here before Jan. 5th.
  • January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Government officials at the state and national levels are dedicated to ending these horrific practices.
  • This is the last weekend to experience Christmas in the Mansion, as the event ends Jan. 7th.
  • Silver Lake College is running a Christmas-themed art exhibit through Jan. 11th.
  • The Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 731, of Manitowoc County is offering three scholarships to qualifying high school seniors. Contact their office to learn more.
  • There is a public skate scheduled for Jan. 6th and Jan. 7th at the Manitowoc County Ice Center.
  • Locally, you can learn about eagles at the Ledge View Nature Center in Chilton on Jan. 6th.
  • Come out for a guided snowshoe hike on Jan. 7th in Chilton. Be sure to bundle up!

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