Todd Novak (Rep.), 51st Assembly District
Born April 23, 1965; 2 children. Graduate Iowa-Grant H.S. 1983; attended Southwest Technical College 1983-85. Former government/associate newspaper editor 1990-2014. Member: Wis. League of Municipalities; NRA; Wis. Farm Bureau. Former member: Iowa Co. Humane Soc. (founding mbr., treas.); Wis. Newspaper Assn.; National Newspaper Assn. Southwest Regional Planning Comn. 2012-present. Mayor of Dodgeville 2012-present.
Elected to Assembly 2014. Biennial committee assignments: 2015 — Agriculture (vice chp.); Criminal Justice and Public Safety; Mental Health Reform; Mining and Rural Development; Urban and Local Affairs; Ways and Means.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-7502; (888) 534-0051 (toll free);
District: (608) 574-0100.
Voting address: 202 West Division Street, Dodgeville 53533.
Mailing address: Office: Room 304 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708.
Content referencing Todd Novak
Governor signs two bills into law at Mineral Point ElementaryJun 1st, 2017 by Gov. Scott Walker
The proposed legislation allocates an additional $15.5 million for broadband grants.Feb 14th, 2017 by Todd Novak
"There is no doubt that Wisconsin’s best days are ahead."Jan 10th, 2017 by Todd Novak
Led by Greater Wisconsin Committee, Democratic-leaning groups spent more, 53% of money.Nov 23rd, 2016 by Matt Rothschild
Private School Voucher Special Interest Group Tops $1 Million in Campaign Spending to Elect Compliant Legislators
American Federation For Children spends big to try to elect legislators who’ll keep public tax dollars flowing to less accountable private schoolsNov 1st, 2016 by One Wisconsin Now
Unaccountable Private School Voucher Backers Up the Ante With Six Figure TV Ad Buy to Boost Rep. Todd Novak in 51st Assembly District Race
Spending campaign cash now to keep public tax dollars flowing to them later.Oct 28th, 2016 by One Wisconsin Now
Private Voucher School Front Group Reports Spending $500,000 in September Alone to Buy Pro-Voucher Legislature
This Kind of Support Comes With a Price, History Shows GOP Candidates and Legislature Will PaySep 30th, 2016 by One Wisconsin Now
The bill passed the Assembly unanimously, and now moves to the Senate.Feb 18th, 2016 by Todd Novak
“One of the reasons I ran for office was to fight rural crime and drug use.”Feb 17th, 2016 by Todd Novak
The Wisconsin Democracy Campaign endorses Senate Bill 58 and Assembly Bill 328.Sep 8th, 2015 by Wisconsin Democracy Campaign