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Thank You For a Great Session!

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    Wow, I cannot believe it is already mid-April! What an exciting session this has been. I would like to thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve you for another term in the Wisconsin State Assembly.

    From foster care to public benefits to juvenile justice reform, we have made a lot of progress this session. Many of the reforms the legislature passed will directly benefit our communities, such as increased rural education funding, expanded Internet access, and tax eliminations. I am excited to see our work in action and to stay involved in community activities throughout the summer. 

    If there is anything I can do to assist you even after these e-updates stop, please contact me. 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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*Watch a video detailing my perspective on this session here.
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Hilbert Elementary School Visit

    On Monday I stopped by Hilbert Elementary School. The students were putting on a Living Wax Museum and dressed up as important historical figures from the Revolutionary War. Seeing the children and listening to their presentations was a wonderful experience! 

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In the Best Interest of the Child Event

    The opioid crisis has touched many lives in our communities. Addiction affects much more than the addict, oftentimes creating complicated situations for children whose parents no longer have the ability or interest to care for them and other family members left to pick up the pieces. 

    Because of this, I am working with three dedicated women in our community to bring attention to the complicated and sometimes frustrating foster care system and to work on solutions that will benefit affected families. 

    If you are interested in learning more, please join us on May 3rd at the Holiday Inn in Manitowoc from 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. We will hear from Wisconsin First Lady Tonette Walker, WI Department of Children & Families Secretary Eloise Anderson, Director Elizabeth Hudson of the WI Office of Children's Mental Health, and Julie Poehlmann-Tynan who is a professor at UW-Madison and who also works at the Center for Healthy Minds. The speakers will be followed by a panel featuring local officials. 

    To learn more or to register, click here. We hope to see you there!


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Last E-Update!

    This is the LAST e-update before the April 15th deadline. This is an election year and the law restricts what elected officials can send to constituents between April 15th and the November election. Don't worry, you can still contact me for information or to voice your opinions after the deadline.

Find out More!

Contact Me:


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


What's Happening in
Community Events
  • Manitowoc was highlighted in Around The Corner with John McGivern. Take a look here! Manitowoc truly is a great place to be.
  • Do you know someone who is a high school sports super-fan? The Wisconsin High School Sports Awards show is searching for the most spirited prep sports fans in the state through the Sideline Selfie contest! The contest ends on April 27th, and winners will meet Aaron Rodgers! Learn more.
  • April is Autism Awareness Month in the United States. Autism now affects one in every 68 children in America. Let's promote autism awareness, inclusion, and self-determination this month and throughout the year.
  • April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. We can all play a role in preventing child abuse and neglect while also promoting child and family well-being in our communities and around the state!
  • Come out for the 7th Annual Domestic Chef event on April 15th from 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. at the Branch River Golf Course. It should be a wonderful time!
  • The Rahr-West Art Museum is hosting the 1st Annual Great Spirit Comedy Festival April 20th-21st!
  • Capitolooza 2018 is set for April 27th at the Capitol Civic Centre.
  • The Ledge View Nature Center is holding the Annual 2018 Crane Count on April 14th from 5:30 a.m. - 7:30 a.m.
  • The UW-Manitowoc Lakeshore Big Band will present its spring concert on April 14th at 7:30 p.m. at the Capitol Civic Centre!
  • Chilton Middle School students are performing the Mulan musical tonight at 7 p.m. and tomorrow at 1 p.m. at Chilton High School!
  • From April 3rd-20th, the Manitowoc Public Library will host a used book sale, particularly focused on cookbooks and car repair manuals.

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