Jesse Kremer (Rep.), 59th Assembly District
Born Moline, Ill., February 28, 1977; married; 3 children. Graduate Kettle Moraine Lutheran H.S. 1995; A.S. Fox Valley Tech. Coll. 1997; Certificate, firefighter and police recruit academy, Waukesha Co. Tech Coll. 1999; Certificate, EMT-Basic, Milwaukee Area Tech Coll. 1999. Pilot, small business owner, firefighter/EMT. Former emergency services dispatcher, flight instructor, airline captain, charter pilot. Served in Army National Guard, U.S. and Army Reserves 2002-10; Iraq War veteran. Member: Kewaskum Volunteer Fire Dept.; American Legion Fohl-Martin Post 483; National Rifle Association.
Telephone: (608) 266-9175; District: (262) 297-9572.
Web site: www.RepKremer.com
Voting address: 119 Hillcrest Road, Kewaskum 53040.
Mailing address: Office: Room 17 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison 53708.
Content referencing Jesse Kremer
Former Speaker, Lt. Gov., lawmakers make the case for extraordinary sessions and laws jeopardized by Dane County rulingApr 23rd, 2019 by Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty
Federal Court Sides With One Wisconsin Now in Twitter Blocking Lawsuit Against Republican State Representatives
‘A Victory for Open, Transparent and Accountable Government’Jan 18th, 2019 by One Wisconsin Now
One Wisconsin Now Seeks Summary Judgement in Lawsuit Over Republican State Representatives Twitter ‘Blocking’
‘The Facts in the Case and First Amendment to U.S. Constitution Are Clear’May 29th, 2018 by One Wisconsin Now
Governor Walker Signs Bills to Create and Expand Outdoor Recreation, Attract Talent to Wisconsin, and Improve Medical Assistance
93 bills signed into law at the Wisconsin State CapitolApr 16th, 2018 by Gov. Scott Walker
Governor Walker Signs Bills on Improving Family Access to High-Quality Child Care, Creating Transitional Jobs Program for Wisconsin Veterans, and Increasing Funding for Watershed Protection Grants
Governor Walker signs 64 bills into law at the Wisconsin State CapitolApr 3rd, 2018 by Gov. Scott Walker
Latest Scheme Would Put Guns in Private Schools, Companion to Public School Version Co-authored by 50 Wisconsin RepublicansFeb 19th, 2018 by One Wisconsin Now
Industrial Acid Mining Bill Will Put Public Health at Risk for GenerationsNov 8th, 2017 by Wisconsin Conservation Voters
University of Wisconsin Board of Regents Adopt Unconstitutional Policy Based on Unconstitutional Assembly Legislation
Policy Violates Rights of Students to Create Safe Spaces for Right Wing Ideologues and Hate SpeechOct 6th, 2017 by One Wisconsin Now
‘Didn’t Think It Possible, But Kremer’s Made His BIll Even Worse’May 30th, 2017 by One Wisconsin Now
‘Didn’t Think It Possible, But Kremer’s Made His BIll Even Worse’May 26th, 2017 by One Wisconsin Now
This legislation uses draconian sanctions to try to strong-arm students into staying silent.May 11th, 2017 by State Rep. Dana Wachs
New Republican ‘Safe Spaces for Racists’ Legislation Threatens Students With Expulsion for Declaring Hate Speech Not Welcome on Campuses
U.S. Senate Hopeful Leah Vukmir Out to Prove She Can Make a Bad Idea Even WorseMay 3rd, 2017 by One Wisconsin Now
‘The Republicans’ Campus Speech Suppression Bill Is Worse Than Big Government, It’s Big Brother’May 1st, 2017 by One Wisconsin Now
Fragile Snowflakes Kremer, Vos, Murphy & Harsdorf Want to Mandate Campus Safe Spaces Free of Republican Critics
In Midst of $19 Billion Wisconsin Student Loan Debt Crisis, Republicans Want to Require Students to Coddle RepublicansApr 27th, 2017 by One Wisconsin Now
WI GOP Rep. Calls President Obama Racist and Lectures Black Legislator on Black Existence in Milwaukee
"Rep. Kremer has repeatedly used his position of power as a state legislator to attack poor people, LGBTQ+ people, and people of color."Jun 14th, 2016 by Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes
“Wisconsin families want to know that their children are safe at school each day.”Jan 14th, 2016 by State Rep. Lisa Subeck