• Legislature Approves State Worker Raises We are proud to approve the raises for the good people who do valuable work for our state. With no active campaign to attract workers to Wisconsin, we must be diligent in recognizing the great workers we do have by staying competitive and adjusting for inflation.
    • Governor Evers Throws out ‘People’s Maps’, Draws New Maps in Secret Bipartisan supermajorities rejected the governor’s PMC maps, the PMC failed. Now Governor Evers has abandoned his campaign rhetoric promising for independently-drawn maps to rapidly and secretly draw his own rigged maps without public input. The hypocrisy of the governor is impossible to ignore.
    • Statement on UW System Optional ACT/SAT Testing During the pandemic, students of every age have fallen woefully behind. Remedial class attendance numbers have been growing for years because high school students are unprepared for college as it is. Removing ACT/SAT requirements only exacerbates this. Benchmarks should be reinstated, not removed.
    • Speaker Vos Thanks Rep. Thiesfeldt for his Service I would like to thank Rep. Thiesfeldt for his tireless service to his community and the state of Wisconsin. He has held six consecutive terms for the 52nd Assembly District and has provided his education expertise to our caucus. I wish him and his family the best.


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 61 seats.

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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