Daniel Riemer (Dem.), 7th Assembly District
Born Milwaukee, December 10, 1986; single. Graduate Rufus King H.S. (Milwaukee) 2005; B.A. U. of Chicago 2009; J.D. U. of Wisconsin Law School 2013. Full-time legislator. Member: Wis. State Bar Assn.; World Economic Forum: Global Shapers, Milwaukee Hub.
Elected to Assembly 2012; reelected 2014. Biennial committee assignments: 2015 — Health (also 2013); Mental Health Reform; Veterans and Military Affairs; Ways and Means (ranking min. mbr., mbr. 2013); Workforce Development; Leg. Council Study Com. on the Review of Criminal Penalties. 2013 — International Trade and Commerce; Transportation; State Fair Park Bd.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-1733; District: (414) 617-9141; E-mail: Rep.Riemer@legis.wisconsin.gov
Voting address: 3721 West Oklahoma Avenue, #7, Milwaukee 53215.
Mailing address: Office: Room 122 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708.
Content referencing Daniel Riemer
Mayor Tom Barrett to speak at Milwaukee World Refugee Day 2017Jun 19th, 2017 by Neighborhood House of Milwaukee
The Healthcare Protection Package would help to continue vital policies that reduce costs to healthcare consumers and provide access to insurance with robust coverage.May 12th, 2017 by Community Advocates Public Policy Institute
AG Schimel’s DOJ paid $10,000 in taxpayer dollars to an out-of-state company in Florida to mint fake coins.Jan 9th, 2017 by Daniel Riemer
Leading Challenger in 16th AD Race Continue to Rack up EndorsementsAug 8th, 2016 by Edgar Lin
Darrol is the only candidate running for a seat in the Wisconsin State Legislature this fall to receive a primary endorsement from Congresswoman Moore.Aug 2nd, 2016 by Darrol Gibson
Neighborhood House co-sponsors event to raise awarenessJun 2nd, 2016 by Neighborhood House of Milwaukee
Community Members & Elected Officials Call for Smarter Transportation InvestmentsMar 31st, 2016 by Coalition for More Responsible Transportation
Milwaukee Metro Area Residents at Risk of Missing Out on >$60 million in tax creditsMar 10th, 2016 by Citizen Action of Wisconsin
With I-94 Decision Pending, State & Local Leaders Oppose Wasteful Expansion, Call for Smarter Local Investments
Coalition Points to Ongoing Transportation Funding Crisis, Public Opposition; Demands More Cost-Effective AlternativesDec 9th, 2015 by Coalition for More Responsible Transportation
Bills Will Have a Devastating Impact on Wisconsin’s Tradition of Clean, Open and Transparent GovernmentNov 17th, 2015 by State Rep. Peter Barca
Wisconsin is adding mostly poverty-wage jobs, which is increasing BadgerCare enrollment.Sep 29th, 2015 by Citizen Action of Wisconsin
“The people of Wisconsin deserve a budget that puts Wisconsin kids and families first.”Jul 9th, 2015 by Daniel Riemer
"With the changes DHS is proposing, women in many areas of the state will no longer have those health care professionals nearby providing timely care."Jun 30th, 2015 by Daniel Riemer
Democratic legislators hold listening session in Milwaukee and get an earful.May 14th, 2015 by Jabril Faraj
The bill adopts the approach taken by Iowa’s Republican Governor Terry Branstad.Feb 16th, 2015 by Citizen Action of Wisconsin
Iowa Has Same Eligibility, Mix of Public and Private Insurance, but Feds Pay for it and make affordable for consumersJan 20th, 2015 by Citizen Action of Wisconsin
Community and Elected Leaders Oppose WISDOT’s ‘Billion Dollar Boondoggle’ At Hearing on I-94 East-West Corridor
WISDOT’s Preferred Options Are Poorly Outlined, Costly, Wasteful, and Require Higher Taxes, FeesDec 4th, 2014 by WISPIRG Foundation
Slate highlights problem solvers.Sep 25th, 2014 by Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters
Brostoff has most endorsements from state legislators of any in the raceJul 7th, 2014 by Jonathan Brostoff
New Leadership for a New MilwaukeeDec 11th, 2013 by Jonathan Brostoff
Assembly Democratic freshmen urge support for non-partisan redistricting reform as fall session endsNov 13th, 2013 by Press Release
Today Assembly Democratic Leader Peter Barca (D-Kenosha) announced the Assembly Democratic members of the standing and joint committees for the 2013-2014 legislative session.Dec 21st, 2012 by State Rep. Peter Barca