Roger Roth (Rep.), 19th Senate District
Born Appleton, February 5, 1978; married; 2 children. Graduate St. Mary Central H.S. (Menasha) 1996; B.S. history UW-Oshkosh 2001. Self-employed home builder. Member Wis. Air National Guard since 2003; Iraq War veteran. Member: Valley Homebuilders Assn.; American Legion; AMVETS; VFW.
Elected to Assembly 2006-08; elected to Senate 2014. Biennial Senate committee assignments: 2015 — Workforce Development, Public Works and Military Affairs (chp.); Sporting Heritage, Mining and Forestry (vice chp.); Insurance, Housing, and Trade; Jt. Com. on Information Policy and Technology. Assembly committee assignments: 2009 — Elections and Campaign Finance Reform; Housing (vice chp. 2007); Insurance; Jt. Leg. Coun. Spec. Com. on High-Risk Juvenile Offenders; Law Revision. 2007 — Financial Institutions; Jobs and the Economy; Workforce Development; State Capitol and Executive Residence Bd.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-0718.
Voting address: 1910 West Charles Street, Appleton 54914.
Mailing address: Office: Room 306 South, State Capitol, P.O. Box 7882, Madison 53707-7882.
Content referencing Roger Roth
Decades of bipartisan commitment to protecting environment have been abandoned. Why? Oct 12th, 2017 by State Sen. Mark Miller
Republican bill backed by big business could eliminate one-fifth of state’s wetlands. Oct 3rd, 2017 by Wisconsin Democracy Campaign
Bill increases construction industry tax exemption; pushed by legislator whose business will benefit. Jun 2nd, 2017 by Wisconsin Democracy Campaign
State bill says GOP picks all delegates to convention championed by Kochs.Mar 6th, 2017 by Matt Rothschild
In non-public meeting they approve 31% raise in their per day expenses. Feb 27th, 2017 by Matt Rothschild
Big box stores like Walgreens and Menards claim tax loophole. Cities oppose it. Feb 13th, 2017 by Graham Kilmer
Lawyers paid $2.1 million to defend gerrymandering, give $76,000 to politicians. Feb 6th, 2017 by Matt Rothschild
“I am honored to once again be representing this group of outstanding conservative leaders and thrilled to be growing our ranks for the upcoming legislative session.”Nov 10th, 2016 by State Sen. Scott Fitzgerald
Senate Bill 402 – requires the Department of Health Services to establish a dietetic internship program under the state’s Women, Infants, and Children supplemental food program.Mar 24th, 2016 by Gov. Scott Walker
Governor Scott Walker signed 49 bills into law today at the Wisconsin State Capitol.Nov 11th, 2015 by Gov. Scott Walker
The bill to kill civil service aims to create a one-party government, from top to bottom. Oct 8th, 2015 by Bruce Murphy
Bill would reform outdated employment policies improving government efficiency and accountability Sep 28th, 2015 by AFP Wisconsin
Governor Scott Walker today released the following statement regarding recruitment and retention reform legislation to be introduced by Senator Roger Roth and Representative Jim SteinekeSep 24th, 2015 by Gov. Scott Walker
The State of Politics
With the replacement of two key GOP moderates, Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald has far more power. May 18th, 2015 by Steven Walters
Republican victories weren't about redistricting, but about more votes. But they did have a huge cash advantage. Nov 11th, 2014 by Bill Lueders