Jessie Rodriguez (Rep.), 21st Assembly District
Born Puerto el Triunfo, El Salvador, July 5, 1977; married. Graduate Alexander Hamilton H.S. (Milwaukee) 1996; B.A. Marquette U. 2002. Full-time legislator. Former analyst for a supermarket company; outreach coordinator for Hispanics for School Choice.
Elected to Assembly in November 2013 special election; reelected 2014. Majority Caucus Secretary 2015. Biennial committee assignments: 2015 — Children and Families (chp.); Colleges and Universities; Criminal Justice and Public Safety; Education (also 2013); Mental Health Reform. 2013 — Criminal Justice; Health; Jobs and the Economy; Joint Legislative Council.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-0610; (888) 534-0021 (toll free).
Voting address: 9312 South 33rd Street, Franklin 53132.
Mailing address: Office: Room 204 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708.
Content referencing Jessie Rodriguez
Supporting Wisconsin’s Children and Families: Governor Walker to Sign 11 Bills to Improve Outcomes for Children in Foster Care
This legislative bill package was created by the 2017 Speaker’s Task Force on Foster Care.Apr 4th, 2018 by Gov. Scott Walker
"This bill will help save lives, repair families in need, and is another important step in combatting drug addiction in Wisconsin."Apr 3rd, 2018 by State Rep. Evan Goyke
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
"Richard was a dedicated public servant who helped move Wisconsin forward for over 25 years."Nov 28th, 2017 by Gov. Scott Walker
Industrial Acid Mining Bill Will Put Public Health at Risk for GenerationsNov 8th, 2017 by Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters
My team has produced and marketed a campaign video to show our total disgust with the Republican Presidential nominee Donald TrumpOct 11th, 2016 by Jack Redmond
Instead of investing in our public schools, Rep. Rodriguez and Republicans are taking more than $750 million from public schools and sending it to unaccountable private schools.Sep 12th, 2016 by Jack Redmond
Milwaukee legislator's bill would allow them to get drivers licenses, attend state colleges.Feb 12th, 2014 by Edgar Mendez