Madison –Rep. John Jagler (R-Watertown) was sworn into his 2ndterm yesterday. This marks the beginning of the 102nd Wisconsin State Assembly legislative session."I’m honored to represent the people of the 37thdistrict, and I am also grateful they have sent me back to Madison to continue working on their behalf. Every decision I make will be made with my constituents, and future generations in mind," Jagler said.
Rep. Jagler went on to say, "Last session, my colleagues and I fought to make Wisconsin a better, more prosperous state. We passed multiple tax reforms, strengthened our schools, and worked on eliminating regulations that were no longer needed. I look forward to working with my fellow representatives on picking up where we left off at the end of last session."
Rep. Jagler will serve as the chair of the Assembly Housing and Real Estate Committee, vice-chair of the newly established Assembly Committee on Mental Health Reform, and as a member of the Assembly committees on Constitution and Ethics, Education, and Insurance for the new session.
The representative encourages constituents to contact him to voice concerns, suggest legislative ideas, seek assistance with state agencies, or to sign up to receive his email updates. Rep. Jagler can be reached by:
Mail-Rep. Jagler, P.O. Box 8952, Room 17 West, Madison, WI 53708.
Rep. Jagler signing the
Oath of Office book after being sworn into office. This book has been in use since the 1800’s.