• Speaker Vos Responds to Attorney General Kaul’s Misguided Remarks In order to restore confidence in our election system, Justice Gableman will continue his investigation. The subpoenas have been issued correctly – a fact backed up by the nonpartisan Legislative Council in a memo requested by Assembly Democrats.
    • Speaker Vos Congratulates Chancellor Rebecca Blank on Her New Endeavors Many thanks to Chancellor Blank for serving the people of Wisconsin and for her leadership at the university. We are grateful for Chancellor Blank’s service and wish her well on becoming the first woman president at Northwestern University.
    • Speaker Vos Signs Subpoenas on Behalf of Justice Gableman’s Investigation Justice Gableman is dedicated to finding the truth and has determined subpoenas are necessary to move forward in his investigation. Assembly Republicans will continue to work with Justice Gableman to ensure confidence is fully restored in our elections.
    • Civics Education Bill Passes Assembly The basic understanding of how the U.S. government operates is severely lacking among students and adults. We need to do a better job of informing our citizens of the vital role we all play in our government to encourage civic pride and the desire to participate in government at all levels.


Meet Speaker Robin Vos
Representative Robin Vos is the 75th Speaker of the Assembly and the longest serving speaker in Wisconsin history.

The life-long Racine County resident presides over a chamber of 99 members who have elected him to lead the chamber since 2013. Assembly Republicans currently hold a majority with 60 seats, with one seat vacant.

Speaker Vos was first elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly in 2004 and served as the Assembly Chair for the Joint Finance Committee prior to being elected Speaker.

The representative also owns several small businesses in southeastern Wisconsin.
Rep. Robin Vos


The Wisconsin State Capitol
The Wisconsin State Capitol is a beautiful and historic building - arguably one of the most impressive capitol buildings in the country. It celebrated its 100th year of continuous use in 2017. Over that long span, it has been witness to extraordinary events in our state's history. It is open to the public and we encourage you to stop by and visit. Tours can be arranged by visiting the Capitol Tour website or by calling (608) 266-0382.

Speaker Vos invites you to take a virtual tour of the Capitol:



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