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 September 26th, 2019


  1. Police Chiefs Visit Capitol
  2. New Eagle Scout
  3. Alzheimer's Walk
  4. Northside Elementary Visit
  5. Badger State Ethanol
  6. Star Staffer

  Police Chiefs Visit Capitol

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Last week, I had the opportunity to meet with police chiefs Szvon Conway from Monticello and Daniel Layber from Cottage Grove. I appreciate the opportunity to have spoken with them about issues that are facing communities and municipalities all across the state. Thank you again! 


New Eagle Scout

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On Sunday, I had the opportunity to present a citation to Trent Weber of Monroe Troop 101, at his Eagle Scout Court of Honor. For his service project, Trent installed a business sign and landscaped the area at Rainbow Childcare of Monroe. Great job, Trent, and I wish you the best on your future endeavors!


Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance Walk Honorary Chair

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I was very humbled to have been named the Honorary Chair for the Iowa County Alzheimer’s Walk on Saturday. The event is organized by the Alzheimer’s & Dementia alliance of Wisconsin. Since I was elected to the legislature, I have been proud to be a strong advocate for those suffering with Alzheimer’s and Dementia, along with their caretakers. Thank you again for having me!


Northside Elementary Visits Capitol

Last week, students from Northside Elementary School in Monroe performed at the State of Education event in the Capitol Rotunda. They were the youngest group of students to have performed before the state of education. Congratulations and great job!

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Badger State Ethanol Tour

Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to tour Badger State Ethanol in Monroe. I got to hear from CEO Erik Huschitt, Plant Manager Kurt Koller, as well as Board Chairman Kevin Malchine. I look forward to seeing what Badger State Ethanol will be doing in the future! Thank you again for having me! 




Star Staffer

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This week, my staffer Jake Wolf, was the recipient of Star Staffer award at the capitol. Jake has done a lot of work with coordinating the Water Quality Task Force hearings as well as clerking the committee. In order to receive this award, a staffer is nominated anonymously by their colleagues, and is chosen based on merit. Some of the things that were written about Jake were: “Jake has really kept his head above water while dealing with the Speakers Task Force on Water Quality…he has kept his ducks in a row dealing with the schedules of several members while taking the task force on the road- or ‘up-stream’”, and “Jake’s effort’s as the clerk for the Water Quality Task Force have been incredible. His passion for clean water has been evident as he has organized numerous hearings throughout the state. Jake always has a smile on his face when he is hard at work.” Thank you Jake for all you have done with keeping us "above water" and keep up the great work!


  Thank you for reading, and have a great weekend!