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      Since Governor Evers was inaugurated, Assembly Republicans have proposed many ideas for compromise. We sent the Governor a letter outlining policy highlights and held press conferences on important subject areas, including criminal justice reform, homelessness, and the middle class tax cut. 

     Tonight we will hear Governor Evers' budget address, and I hope our bipartisan ideas will be included. We have an obligation to support state programs and improve the lives of Wisconsinites, starting with these areas of common ground. Wisconsin voters did not call for inaction after the last election, but instead for new levels of compromise. 

      We have been waiting in anticipation of the budget, and I encourage you to tune in tonight to learn about Governor Evers' proposals firsthand. My colleagues and I will be in the Assembly Chambers while he delivers his speech. Visit Wisconsin Eye at 7 p.m. tonight to watch the address live. I would love to hear your response to his proposals!

      As always, if there is anything I can do to assist you, 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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Constituents with a Cause

     What an incredible week down in Madison. Despite the weather's relentless toils, constituents from the 25th Assembly District and beyond came down to advocate for issues they believe in. I am continuously impressed by all the work my constituents do to make our communities and the state a better place for all. 

     On Tuesday, I met with John, Jeanette, and Denise as part of Wisconsin Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Association's Legislative Conference (top right photo). Wednesday I was visited by Manitowoc's new sheriff, Dan Hartwig (bottom right), along with representatives from the Wisconsin Nurses Association (bottom left) and community members from Lakeshore Community Health Center (top left). 

     I look forward to continued dialogue with these individuals, as the legislature addresses pressing issues facing our state. I will consider your thoughtful and compelling suggestions while I work through my legislative agenda.


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


National and State News Community Events
  • Congratulations to Jackson Linsmeier from Valders High School for taking 2nd at the State Wrestling Tournament!
  • County Deer Advisory Councils will soon meet across the state to discuss harvest quotas for the 2019 deer seasons. Meetings will take place on March 19th and April 16th in Valders and Hilbert. Find out more by using this link and searching for your county.
  • February is Black History Month, American Heart Month, Career Technical Education Month, and Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. We have a lot to remember and celebrate!
  • The University of Wisconsin Agriculture Alumni Association Board has scholarships available for college students. Learn more by clicking here.
  • The Manitowoc County University of Wisconsin Agriculture Alumni Association Board has scholarships available for college students. Learn more by clicking here.
  • Calling all seniors: if you need help with your taxes, don't forget there are local resources for you. Reach out to the Manitowoc and Calumet ADRC's and to the Department of Revenue (608-266-8641) to make this tax season pain free!
  • The "Tunes to Love" performance will take place at Silver Lake College tonight at 7 p.m.
  • Applications are now available for Manitowoc County and Calumet County Fairest of the Fair! They are due by March 1st and March 15th respectively.
  • Premier Financial Credit Union is offering a scholarship program. Applications are due March 1st. 
  • Rahr-West Art Museum's Youth Art Series begins on March 3rd. Manitowoc Public School District will be featured until March 31st. 
  • At 7 p.m. on March 2nd, the Manitowoc Chamber's Ambassador Scholarship Committee will host its 16th annual Evening to Wine Down Scholarship Fundraiser.
  • The Chamber is also hosting a Business Connects with Government Luncheon at noon on March 4th
  • Learn about Backyard Maple Syruping at Ledge View Nature Center on March 2nd at 1 p.m.
  • The Wisconsin Maritime Museum Science Club is hosting an "All About Energy" forum on March 2nd at 11 a.m.
  • Find out about more things going on in your community by visiting the Chilton Chamber and Manitowoc Chamber websites!

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