Representative Vos Re-Elected Assembly Speaker
“I’m humbled to receive this vote of confidence from the 64-member Assembly majority, the largest GOP majority in 60 years.”
Madison…Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) released the following statement after the Assembly Republican Majority Caucus re-elected him as Speaker for the 2017-2018 legislative session. Speaker Vos is the 75th Speaker of the Assembly in Wisconsin and will be serving the Assembly in this capacity for a third term.
“I’m humbled to receive this vote of confidence from the 64-member Assembly majority, the largest GOP majority in 60 years.
“With the Republican sweep this election, we should see a new era of government with more power shifting away from the federal level and to the states where they can be laboratories of democracy. I look forward to new opportunities to make bold reforms and address issues at the state level.
“This next session we’re going to work to find a long-term, sustainable solution to funding transportation, increasing support for education and making state government as efficient, effective and small as it can be.”
The following is the 103rd Wisconsin Assembly Majority Leadership Team.
Speaker: Rep. Robin Vos (R-Rochester)
Speaker Pro Tempore: Rep. Tyler August (R-Lake Geneva)
Majority Leader: Rep. Jim Steineke (R-Kaukauna)
Assistant Majority Leader: Rep. Robert Brooks (R-Saukville)
Majority Caucus Chair: Rep. Dan Knodl (R-Germantown)
Majority Caucus Vice-Chair: Rep. Romaine Quinn (R-Rice Lake)
Majority Caucus Secretary: Rep. Jessie Rodriguez (R-Oak Creek)
Majority Caucus Sergeant at Arms: Rep. Samantha Kerkman (R-Salem)
Press Releases by Robin Vos
"I know we all will be keeping his wife Mary and his family in our prayers."
"We have cut taxes by nearly $5 billion, reduced the size of government and established a business climate that fosters economic growth."
“Instead of attacking one another and saying what shouldn’t be done, let’s work together to find what can be done.”
“...Secretary Gottlieb’s expertise and candor will be missed.”
The first of 16 Assembly GOP wins is being released today.