The 2020 Election Timeline Below is an entire timeline of what happen after the 2020 Wisconsin Presidential Election. The timeline includes court cases, bills, resolutions, investigations, reports, and actions by the Assembly, Senate, and Governor.
AB 414 Vetoed, Tax Day, and Travel WI Racism and sexism have no place in our government. We have an obligation to ensure our outstanding government employees are not being taught to be racist or sexist.
WI Redistricting Update And AB 960 Signed Into Law The United States Supreme Court issued a 7-2 decision on Wisconsin’s redistricting. The US Supreme Court wrote, “We agree that the court committed legal error in its application of decisions of this Court regarding the relationship between the constitutional guarantee of equal protection and the VRA
Legislative Update For over two and a half years, I have been inundated with constituent contacts asking for help on receiving help or at least a response from our taxpayer-funded State Departments. The largest culprits are the Department of Workforce Development (DWD) and DSPS.
Gableman Report And Redistricting Update On March 1st, Former Justice Gableman presented the Second Interim Investigative Report on the Apparatus & Procedures of the Wisconsin Elections System to the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections.
Education, Firearm Liability, And Election Bills Unlike my democratic colleagues, I believe parents need and deserve an enormous say in their children’s education; today’s education reform bill package increases transparency accountability and, most importantly, puts children and parents first.
State Of The State Address And Floor Session Wisconsin Governor Anthony Steven Evers made a last-ditch effort at the State of the State for an election bribe to hand out “free money” to offset the higher prices caused by inflation, which was caused the government handing out “free money.”
Easy To Vote, Hard To Cheat I have one clear message for Wisconsin’s election system; I want it to be easy to vote and hard to cheat.
Tax Hypocrisy And Flip-Flopping In The Governor’s Office As Wisconsin families and businesses struggle with rising inflation and a workforce shortage, I have worked in the Legislature to cut taxes and ensure that Wisconsinites can keep as much of their money as possible. This included supporting the Legislature’s historic $2.7 billion income and local pro
Bipartisanship In The Assembly As your State Representative, I have always believed in the importance of reaching across the aisle in order to keep Wisconsin moving forward. This week I am happy that the Assembly passed a number of bills with broad bipartisan support.
Assembly Session, Committees, And Bills Yesterday, the Wisconsin State Assembly and I passed 55 bills on the Assembly Floor. These bills ranged from ensuring school transparency to providing a penalty for reckless handling of a vaccine.
How To Keep Up With Politics Getting Wisconsin/Madison news in our district can sometimes be an challenge. I've put together a full report on the different ways you can keep in touch with Wisconsin politics during 2022.