Senator Erpenbach’s Response to the State of the State Address MADISON – Senator Jon Erpenbach (D-West Point) released the following statement in response to Governor Tony Evers’ State of the State Address:
We Can’t Stop Here MADISON – Senator Jon Erpenbach (D-West Point) released the following statement on Assembly Bill 1:


Senator Erpenbach and Legislative Democrats Announce Unemployment Package Now is the time for Republicans to live up to that promise and pass meaningful reform to our unemployment system. I also hope that the Governor will call us into a special session to pass these bills as soon as possible
Statement from Senator Erpenbach on The People’s Maps Commission Today, Governor Evers announced the official application and selection process for The People’s Maps Commission, the nonpartisan redistricting commission to draw fair, impartial maps following the 2020 U.S. Census.
Statement from Senator Erpenbach on Nationwide Protests: Black Lives Matter While many are feeling the pressure of a global pandemic, for many Americans there is another virus that has been running through the veins of our society for centuries - racism.
Senator Erpenbach Calls for Senate to Remove Unemployment Insurance Barriers Their delay has already cost Wisconsin $25 million of our federal dollars, and their legislation did far too little to remove the legislative tripwires that are preventing Wisconsinites from receiving the benefits they have earned.
Senate Passes Bi-Partisan COVID-19 Response Bill Today, the Senate passed Assembly Bill 1038 to help address the COVID-19 Pandemic. Our state is facing significant challenges as we respond to COVID-19, and we need to do everything we can to provide relief to workers, families, businesses, and farmers who are suffering as a result.
Senator Erpenbach Calls for Action to Keep Voters Safe Senator Jon Erpenbach released the following statement regarding the April Spring Election.
Governor Evers Takes Steps to Protect Wisconsinites by Declaring Public Health Emergency Today, Governor Evers declared the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) a Public Health Emergency.
Legislators Team with Governor on Flood Prevention and Resilience Plan Wisconsin has endured years of flood damage affecting farmers, displacing families, damaging businesses and destroying infrastructure. That is why we have circulated the Flood Prevention and Resilience Plan.