Roger Roth (Rep.), 19th Senate District
Born Appleton, February 5, 1978; married; 2 children. Graduate St. Mary Central H.S. (Menasha) 1996; B.S. history UW-Oshkosh 2001. Self-employed home builder. Member Wis. Air National Guard since 2003; Iraq War veteran. Member: Valley Homebuilders Assn.; American Legion; AMVETS; VFW.
Elected to Assembly 2006-08; elected to Senate 2014. Biennial Senate committee assignments: 2015 — Workforce Development, Public Works and Military Affairs (chp.); Sporting Heritage, Mining and Forestry (vice chp.); Insurance, Housing, and Trade; Jt. Com. on Information Policy and Technology. Assembly committee assignments: 2009 — Elections and Campaign Finance Reform; Housing (vice chp. 2007); Insurance; Jt. Leg. Coun. Spec. Com. on High-Risk Juvenile Offenders; Law Revision. 2007 — Financial Institutions; Jobs and the Economy; Workforce Development; State Capitol and Executive Residence Bd.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-0718.
Voting address: 1910 West Charles Street, Appleton 54914.
Mailing address: Office: Room 306 South, State Capitol, P.O. Box 7882, Madison 53707-7882.
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Bill would reform outdated employment policies improving government efficiency and accountabilitySep 28th, 2015 by AFP Wisconsin
Governor Scott Walker today released the following statement regarding recruitment and retention reform legislation to be introduced by Senator Roger Roth and Representative Jim SteinekeSep 24th, 2015 by Gov. Scott Walker