Mark Spreitzer (Dem.), 45th Assembly District
Born Evanston, Ill., December 16, 1986; single. Graduate Northside College Preparatory H.S. (Chicago, Ill.) 2005; B.A. political science Beloit College 2009. Full-time legislator. Former assistant director of alumni and parent relations and annual support, Beloit College. Member: United Church of Beloit (deacon’s bd.); Welty Environmental Center; Wis. League of Conservation Voters; Fair Wisconsin; Democratic Party of Rock Co.; Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce Rising Professionals; Youth2Youth 4 Change Coalition. Former member: Community Action, Inc. of Rock and Walworth Cos. (bd. mbr.); Lifecourse Initiative for Healthy Families. City of Beloit Appointment Review Com. (chp.). Beloit City Council 2011-15, president 2014-15.
Elected to Assembly 2014. Biennial committee assignments: 2015 — Jobs and the Economy; Mining and Rural Development; Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage; Public Benefit Reform; Workforce Development.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-1192; (888) 534-0080.
Voting address: 1718 Henderson Avenue, Beloit 53511.
Mailing address: Office: Room 420 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708.
Content referencing Mark Spreitzer
"Less than one month after the 2018 November elections, a lame duck session fundamentally changed the balance of power in Wisconsin state government."Feb 11th, 2019 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
"Today’s comments by Speaker Robin Vos and Majority Leader Fitzgerald demonstrate that they have not learned from their mistake and they continue to lack a coherent vision for the future of our state."Jan 30th, 2019 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
"Governor Evers’s State of the State address laid out a clear agenda to move Wisconsin forward."Jan 22nd, 2019 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
Wisconsin is one of 28 states without explicit non-discrimination protections on the basis of gender identity.Jan 7th, 2019 by Human Rights Campaign
"Only three years after Governor Walker slashed UW System funding, rural communities and farmers are seeing the negative effects."May 10th, 2018 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
WEDA is presenting the award to 20 state lawmakers who exhibited an exceptional commitment to growing Wisconsin’s economy.May 8th, 2018 by Wisconsin Economic Development Association
"With the current negotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and newly imposed tariffs, it’s essential that we’re actively engaged in a dialogue to protect our state’s interests."Mar 14th, 2018 by Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos
"Assembly Republicans just voted to support a bill that deals a serious blow to Wisconsin wetlands protections."Feb 16th, 2018 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
Assembly bill would add restrictions to local governments raising money for transportation projectsDec 14th, 2017 by State Rep. Melissa Sargent
Industrial Acid Mining Bill Will Put Public Health at Risk for GenerationsNov 8th, 2017 by Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters
"Today is a victory for the people of southern Wisconsin."Aug 31st, 2017 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
"Due to Governor Walker’s weak negotiating, Wisconsin will be forced to use taxpayer dollars to write Foxconn yearly checks for up to $312 million..."Aug 17th, 2017 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
"An Article V convention is an untested, uncontrollable, and undemocratic risk that would open Pandora’s Box to rewrite our U.S. Constitution."Jun 14th, 2017 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
As Wisconsin’s current farmers age, our economy must find new farmers to take their place.Feb 27th, 2017 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
Rep. Mark Spreitzer’s and Rep. JoCasta Zamarripa’s statement on the withdrawal of federal protections for transgender students
"The reasoning of the Trump administration’s decision in withdrawing federal protections for transgender students is hurtful, discriminatory, and baseless."Feb 23rd, 2017 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
"Clearly, Republicans will stop at nothing to secure their grip on power."Feb 2nd, 2017 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
Time for Elected Officials to Put Patriotism Before Party and Demand Answers for American People Before Trump Allowed to Influence Nation’s High Court for DecadesJan 31st, 2017 by One Wisconsin Institute
"Today’s order is a victory for all Wisconsin residents."Jan 27th, 2017 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
“Wisconsin can and must do better.”Jan 10th, 2017 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
This will be Rep. Spreitzer’s second term in the State Assembly.Jan 3rd, 2017 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
Rep. Spreitzer will begin his second term representing the 45th Assembly District in JanuaNov 16th, 2016 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
“I am honored and humbled by my reelection.”Nov 15th, 2016 by State Rep. Peter Barca
“We are a month away from a major election, and there is mounting evidence that voting and voter registration has become chaotic and complicated by design.”Oct 4th, 2016 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
"Governor Walker should immediately retract his comments."Sep 22nd, 2016 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
The documents suggest that Governor Walker collaborated and traded favors with lobbyists, third-party shadow groups, and even Donald Trump.Sep 16th, 2016 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
“While I’m thankful for this decision, I hope we can codify this decision by passing the MFEA, and bring permanent certainty to Wisconsin families.”Sep 15th, 2016 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
“To create and protect their own political advantage, Republicans drew some of the most gerrymandered legislative maps in the entire country.”May 26th, 2016 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
Rep. Mark Spreitzer released the following statement upon the Public Service Commission’s approval of Alliant Energy’s Riverside Energy Center expansion project near Beloit:Mar 31st, 2016 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
The committee will allow only invited guests to speak.Mar 29th, 2016 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
“Democrats are proposing meaningful assistance and relief to Wisconsinites who have borrowed to fund their education and have a desire to pursue their dreams.”Feb 17th, 2016 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
On February 16, the State Assembly will consider 110 bills while the State Senate will consider 47.Feb 15th, 2016 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
“I promise to continue the fight for local control and to preserve our shared environment.”Feb 9th, 2016 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
Bills Will Have a Devastating Impact on Wisconsin’s Tradition of Clean, Open and Transparent GovernmentNov 17th, 2015 by State Rep. Peter Barca