Senator Fitzgerald Reelected Majority Leader
“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.”
[Madison, WI] Today the incumbent and newly elected members of the Wisconsin State Senate Republican caucus met to elect leadership for the upcoming legislative session. This is the seventh time he has been selected to lead the Republican caucus.
Senator Fitzgerald released the following statement:
“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. I would like to welcome the new members of our caucus and congratulate all of the members elected and reelected to leadership roles for the coming session.”
The following members will serve as Republican caucus leadership for the legislative session:
- Assistant Senate Majority Leader: Senator Leah Vukmir
- Senate President: Senator Roger Roth
- Senate President Pro-Tempore: Senator Howard Marklein
- Majority Caucus Chair: Senator Sheila Harsdorf
- Majority Caucus Vice-Chair: Senator Van Wanggaard
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R-Juneau) represents the 13th Senate District, which covers portions of Dodge, Jefferson, Waukesha, Washington, Dane, and Columbia counties.
Press Releases by Scott Fitzgerald
"I was pleased to hear today that Governor Scott Walker is dedicated to continuing the positive reforms and fiscal responsibility of recent Republican budgets."
“I am hopeful that the results of this audit—while disconcerting—will illuminate a way forward for Wisconsin’s long term infrastructure funding needs.”
"The Senate joins Governor Walker in a commitment to build upon the abundant achievements of recent years. "
Less than three percent of total state spending on schools goes to Wisconsin’s choice program.