Personnel File

Bill Kramer

(Rep.), 5th Assembly District
Born Milwaukee, November 23, 1970; married, 3 children. Graduate Wauwatosa West H.S. 1989; attended UW-Milwaukee and UW-Oshkosh. Regional manager. Former realtor, salesman. Former member: Realtors Assn. of Northeast Wis.; Wis. Realtors Assn. Town supervisor, Town of Vandenbroeck 2005-07; town chp. 2007-11. Outagamie Co. supervisor 2006-11.
Elected to Assembly 2010; reelected 2012. Assistant Majority Leader 2013. Biennial committee assignments: 2013 — Assembly Organization; Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage; Rules; Jt. Com. on Legislative Organization. 2011 — Rural Economic Development (vice chp.); Housing; Natural Resources.

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Ron Johnson Must Apologize for Equating Sexual Assault of Children with ‘Dating’
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Ron Johnson Must Apologize for Equating Sexual Assault of Children with ‘Dating’

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The State of Politics: Sex Can Be Issue in the Capitol
The State of Politics

Sex Can Be Issue in the Capitol

When it becomes harassment how should it be handled?

‘If It’s True’, Sen. Ron Johnson’s Failure to Strongly Confront Sexual Abuse of Women and Children Continues
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‘If It’s True’, Sen. Ron Johnson’s Failure to Strongly Confront Sexual Abuse of Women and Children Continues

Offers Only Qualified Condemnation of Sourced Reporting of Abuse of Teens, Minor Women by GOP U.S. Senate Candidate Roy Moore

If Sen. Ron Johnson Won’t Defend the Indefensible, How Does He Justify His Own Record on Sexual Assault Issues?
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If Sen. Ron Johnson Won’t Defend the Indefensible, How Does He Justify His Own Record on Sexual Assault Issues?

Record Includes Failing to Report Assault of Staff Person to Authorities, Dismissing Claims of Victim of Harassment and Voting Against Violence Against Women Act

The State of Politics: Five Years After Act 10
The State of Politics

Five Years After Act 10

Most players in the contentious Act 10 drama have since moved on to other positions.

The State of Politics: Top Ten Stories of the Year
The State of Politics

Top Ten Stories of the Year

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The State of Politics

Unopposed Legislators Still Love Campaign Cash

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The State of Politics: Pick Tuesday’s Primary Winners
The State of Politics

Pick Tuesday’s Primary Winners

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Meet Michael S. Murphy: Architect of GOP upheaval

The State of Politics: Legislature is One Big High School
The State of Politics

Legislature is One Big High School

Once you understand that, you realize why Republicans tolerated Assembly Majority Leader Bill Kramer.

WEDC Data Shows Partisan Correlation to Job Creation
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WEDC Data Shows Partisan Correlation to Job Creation

Report finds WEDC job creation/retention figures much higher in Republican districts, large geographic variation

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Zamarripa Proposal Would Help Undocumented Residents

Milwaukee legislator's bill would allow them to get drivers licenses, attend state colleges.

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Southeast Wisconsin Rules the Capitol

Almost every Republican -- and Democratic -- leader is from a small part of the state.

Wisconsin Ignores Climate Change

Wisconsin Ignores Climate Change

Republicans join Koch Brothers, opposing actions to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.

Legislative Musical Chairs

Legislative Musical Chairs

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