State Sen. Scott Fitzgerald
Press Release

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.”

By - Nov 10th, 2016 03:21 pm

[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:

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R-Juneau) represents the 13th Senate District, which covers portions of Dodge, Jefferson, Waukesha, Washington, Dane, and Columbia counties.

Recent Press Releases by State Sen. Scott Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald: Senate Advances HOPE Bills, Administrative Rules Changes

Among the bills on the day’s calendar were a number of proposals targeting opioid addiction and changes to the state’s administrative rules procedures.

Fitzgerald Applauds WHEDA Efforts to Combat Dairy Crisis

"I was pleased to hear that WHEDA has moved to implement one avenue through which the State of Wisconsin can assist the dozens of farmers impacted by the ongoing dairy crisis."

Fitzgerald: State Lawmakers Launch Dialogue with Canada on Dairy Trade

"I am disappointed that the representatives of the Canadian government have not demonstrated the sense of urgency that we in Wisconsin feel about the crisis impacting so many of our local dairy farms."

One thought on “Senator Fitzgerald Reelected Majority Leader”

  1. Observer says:

    Yes, you represent conservatives. Interesting choice of words. What about the less doctrinaire amongst us?

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