Rep. Tranel Sworn into Office

Madison – Today, State Representative Travis Tranel (R-Cuba City) officially begins his fifth term in the 104th Wisconsin State Legislature. He took the oath of office in a ceremony in the Assembly Chambers Monday afternoon.  
“Working hard on behalf of all the citizens of the 49th Assembly District will continue to be my main focus this legislative session,” said Rep. Tranel.  “I am truly humbled to have the opportunity to keep serving the citizens of Southwest Wisconsin.”
Rep. Tranel will once again serve as the Chair of the Assembly Tourism Committee.  Tourism has a $20 billion impact on the state’s economy and is very important to the economic prosperity of Southwest Wisconsin.  Also, Rep. Tranel was appointed to serve on the Agriculture, Colleges and Universities, Energy and Utilities, Insurance, and Small Business Development committees this session.
“I’m looking forward to working with Governor Evers and my legislative colleagues to find common ground so we can solve problems and keep our great state moving forward in a positive direction,” said Rep. Tranel.  “We have a fantastic team of legislators in Southwest Wisconsin and I am excited to work with them on ways to help rural schools, improve rural roads, protect people with preexisting conditions, invest in workers, and support our family farmers.”

The representative’s office is located at 302 North at the Wisconsin State Capitol.  He can be reached at (608) 266-1170 or by e-mail at  
The 49th Assembly District includes Grant County along with portions of Lafayette, Iowa, and Richland Counties.