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Adam Jarchow

Adam Jarchow (Rep.), 28th Assembly District

Born St. Paul, Minn., November 10, 1978; married; 2 children.  Graduate Clear Lake H.S. 1997; B.S. finance U. of South Florida 2001; J.D. U. of Florida 2004.  Attorney.  Member: Polk Co. Economic Development Corporation (secy.); National Rifle Assn.; Polk Co. Sportsmen’s Club; Wis. Bear Hunters Assn.; Apple River Fire Dept.

Elected to Assembly 2014.  Biennial committee assignments: 2015 — Tourism (vice chp.); Energy and Utilities; Financial Institutions.

Telephone: Office: (608) 267-2365; (888) 529-0028 (toll free).
E-mail: Rep.Jarchow@legis.wisconsin.gov
Voting address: 971 Apple River Court, Balsam Lake 54810.
Mailing address: Office: Room 19 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison 53708.

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With Elections Just a Year Away, Legislature Abandons Wisconsin Families
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With Elections Just a Year Away, Legislature Abandons Wisconsin Families

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Koch Brothers Want Less Local Control

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AFP-WI Thanks Rep. Adam Jarchow as Champion of Property Rights in Wisconsin
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AFP-WI Thanks Rep. Adam Jarchow as Champion of Property Rights in Wisconsin

“On behalf of AFP-Wisconsin’s base of over 130,000 grassroots activists, we applaud Representative Jarchow for championing Wisconsin homeowners’ property rights.”

Governor Walker Signs 20 Bills Into Law
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Governor Walker Signs 20 Bills Into Law

Acts 37 - 56

Campaign Cash: Bear Hunters Association Has Big Clout
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Bear Hunters Association Has Big Clout

Donated $369,000, wants less rules on guns, no photos of hunters.

Campaign Cash: Walker Donors Oppose Fire Safety Proposal
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Walker Donors Oppose Fire Safety Proposal

Construction industry gave him $5 million, oppose safety proposal backed by fire fighters.

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Senator David Craig Authors Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Legislation
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Senator David Craig Authors Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Legislation

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The Pro-Pollution Legislators

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Governor Scott Walker Signs 58 Bills Into Law

Acts 200 - 257.

Governor Scott Walker Signs 46 Bills Into Law
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Acts 154 - 199.

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Assembly Passes Property Rights Package

Bills will restore citizens rights to develop their own property

Governor Scott Walker Signs 49 Bills Into Law
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Governor Scott Walker Signs 49 Bills Into Law

Governor Scott Walker signed 49 bills into law today at the Wisconsin State Capitol.

Sen. Vinehout: Reps Craig and Jarchow Display “Staggering Ignorance” of Legislative Audit Bureau
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Sen. Vinehout: Reps Craig and Jarchow Display “Staggering Ignorance” of Legislative Audit Bureau

“Their bill embeds auditors in the agencies making them ripe for corruption by executive staff and partisan leaders.”