• Thank You!
  • School Report Cards
  • Hunter's Update

Thank you! 

It is my privilege to continue serving as your representative in the Assembly. I would like to take a moment to thank you for, once again, choosing me to be your voice in Madison. With elections completed, my office is able to resume sending out E-newsletters and fulfilling requests for Blue Books.

The atmosphere here at the Capitol is changing. I would like to congratulate Governor-elect Evers. I look forward to working with him on areas we agree upon. I will also remain steadfast in protecting the things we accomplished with Governor Walker that dramatically turned Wisconsin around. My personal commitment to you remains unchanged. My staff and I will work every day to make Wisconsin a better place to live, work and raise a family. I look forward to the upcoming session.

School District Report Cards

Veterans Day.jpgThank you to Principal Grasby for inviting me to speak at Lakeside Lutheran's Veteran's Day Breakfast.   

The most recent report cards for public schools are in and they show good news! 96% of districts are meeting expectations, a one percent increase over last year. Our students, families and teachers are doing great work and the scores are reflecting that.

In the 37th Assembly District, both Watertown and Waterloo school districts received a score of meets expectations and Columbus and DeForest received exceeds expectations! If you would like to see the report card and review the other information it includes, please click here to be redirected to the Department of Public Instruction’s website.

An Update for Hunters

Wisconsin’s gun deer season begins soon. This tradition generates over $1 billion in economic activity for our state. The revenue generated by licenses pays for conservation programs and enforcement of hunting regulations.

Several sporting enthusiasts contacted my office regarding the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) changes regarding transporting a deer carcass. The proposed changes are not in effect. The changes were proposed as part of a package to minimize the problem of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). The DNR will be hearing from hunters and then redrafting and rereleasing changes early next year.

Any deer you harvest can be tested free of charge for CWD by visiting a state-affiliated kiosk, click here for more details. If you have any questions about deer hunting regulations, please click here.

Good luck and stay safe!