A Look Back at 2021
Here are the Highlights of 2021
Governor Evers signed a Republican-led spending bill totaling $87.5 billion, compared to his proposed $91 billion, which included a $3.4 billion tax cut and $16 billion allocated for education.
Passed $1.5 billion in critical infrastructure projects through the Capitol Budget.
Received my Legislative Committee assignments: Jobs and the Economy (Chair), Ways and Means (Vice-Chair), Colleges and Universities, Education, Speaker's Task Force on Racial Disparities, State Building Commission.
Presented a Legislative Citation to St. Monica's Senior Living to Celebrate 50 Years.
Honored Chief Richard Roeder of the Caledonia Fire Department on his retirement.
Presented six Eagle Scout Citations, including the first two female Scouts to have qualified for the achievement.
Toured Siena Catholic Schools and Seton Catholic Schools to better understand parent's educational choices.
Held four budget listening sessions in the 62nd Assembly District.
Joined the Case High School "Take Over Day" and spoke to students about the importance of voting.
Joined a veteran friend and placed flags at the Holy Cross Cemetery, Caledonia for Memorial Day.
Attended the EAA Pancake Breakfast at Batten Airfield.
Volunteered at the Ag Booth at the Racine County Fair
Attended the Council of State Governments - Midwestern Legislative Conference in South Dakota.
Participated as the Vice Chair of the MLC Economic Development Committee.
Visited with constituents at the St. Rita's festival and St. Mary's Pork Chop Dinner.
Served at the Wind Lake Volunteer Fire Department Pancake Breakfast
Welcome Brian Mueller of Raymond Fire and Rescue to the Capitol as the 62nd Assembly District's First Responder of the Year.
Recognized Kortendick Ace Hardware's 70th Anniversary in Business.
Delivered Wisconsin Blue Books and educational materials to both public and private schools.
Rode along with 4 departments: Racine County Sheriff's Department, City of Racine Police Department, Village of Caledonia Police Department, City of Milwaukee, District Five
Presented Racine County Sheriff Chief Deputy James Weidner with a citation recognizing his service to Racine County.
Completed the work of the Speaker's Task Force on Racial Disparities subcommittee on Education and the Economy. Our report to Speaker Vos is available here.
Participated in two Legislative Panels, one on School Choice and the other at the DeKoven Center for the Racine Area Manufacturers and Commerce.
Things to Do
Saturday, January 22 - Racine County Winterfest
Racine County Eye