Jeremy Thiesfeldt, Assembly District 52
Biography: Born Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, November 22, 1966; married; 4 children. Voting address: Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. ■ Graduate Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School (Jackson), 1985; B.S. in Elementary Education, Martin Luther College, 1989; attended University of Minnesota, 1992. ■ Full-time legislator. Former teacher. ■ Member: Fond du Lac Noon Rotary; Fond du Lac County Republican Party; Redeemer Lutheran Church, Thrivent Financial; National Rifle Association; Fond du Lac Association of Commerce; Leadership Fond du Lac Alumni; Wisconsin Farm Bureau; Wisconsin Civil Air Patrol. ■ Former member: Camp Croix; Minnesota District Lutheran Teachers’ Conference; Wisconsin Lutheran State Teachers’ Conference; Wisconsin Area Lutheran Educators’ Conference. ■ Fond du Lac City Council, 2005–10.
Legislature: Elected to Assembly since 2010. Committee assignments, 2017: Education (chair); Constitution and Ethics (vice chair); Family Law; Judiciary; Transportation.
Contact: Rep.Thiesfeldt@legis.wisconsin.gov; 608-266-3156; 888-529-0052 (toll free); 920-933-2086 (district); Room 16 West, State Capitol, PO Box 8953, Madison, WI 53708.
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Calls on Vos to Remove Legislators from Elections CommitteeJan 14th, 2021 by State Rep. Gordon Hintz
Skowronski, Brostoff, Thiesfeldt, and Kolste Applaud Passage of AB 250Jun 20th, 2019 by State Rep. Jonathan Brostoff
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Senate Bill 408 criminalizes gun purchases on behalf of felons and acting as ‘human holster’Mar 28th, 2018 by Mayor Tom Barrett
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Rep. Jeremy Thiesfeldt’s Judgement and Competence to Serve in Positions of Authority on Education Policy and School Safety Called Into QuestionFeb 16th, 2018 by One Wisconsin Now
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Humphries for Schools Statement Congratulating Bipartisan Co-Chairs Reps. Thiesfeldt and Fields on Appointments to Key Position
"As co-chairs, they are showing the state that cooperation and common ground are the right path..."Dec 9th, 2016 by John Humphries
Pledges accountability, partnership and taking politics out of schools so that we can improve education for every child in Wisconsin.Nov 16th, 2016 by John Humphries
The legislature passed a bipartisan resolution recognizing the importance of children’s access to Wisconsin’s outdoor resources and activities.Oct 23rd, 2015 by State Rep. Chris Taylor
Marquette Law School, College of Education to host half-day conference on critical K-12 education issues
The event is part of a continuing series of conferences on K–12 education sponsored by the Law School and College of Education, and is open to the public.Apr 29th, 2015 by Marquette University
Legislative committee members have concerns about accuracy of GPS tracking system.Apr 8th, 2013 by Mario Koran