CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR RECENTLY ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES
They will need our continued support to carry on the work of moving Sheboygan and Wisconsin forward.
Glenn Grothman, 6th Congressional District
- passionately advocates for manufacturing, tax reform, welfare reform, closing the skills gap and cutting federal spending
- has supported closing the skills gap by encouraging young people and unemployed to take advantage of career and technical training
- has advocated tirelessly on the Budget Committee to cut discretionary spending and reform mandatory programs
Devin LeMahieu, 9th State Senate District
- voted for real tax reforms to make Wisconsin’s tax code simpler and help taxpayers by eliminating the state property tax and reducing the “marriage penalty” for income tax returns
- has supported funding increases of over $500 per student in K-12 public education
- supported new funding for improvements of local roads and bridges
- voted to lower health premiums for those on the individual market
- authored legislation to expand access to mental health services in schools
Terry Katsma, 26th State Assembly District
- will fight for citizens to keep more of their hard earned dollars and and believes that people know best how to spend their money, not the government deciding for them.
- believes that quality educational opportunities will result in a skilled workforce
- will fight in Madison for responsible spending of your tax dollars.
Tyler Vorpagel, 27th State Assembly District
- supported a bill that requires the DNR to use the Haven monitoring station because it more accurately monitors air pollutants put out by Sheboygan County
- supported a bill that adds additional Assistant District Attorneys in Sheboygan and Manitowoc counties
- supported an assembly bill guaranteeing coverage of pre-existing conditions
Cory Roeseler, Sheboygan County Sheriff
- was appointed Sheboygan County Sheriff by Gov. Scott Walker in 2017
- has been in the Sheboygan County Sheriff's Office since 1991
- served as the Chief of Police for the Cascade Police Department from 2003 to 2018