Tyler August (Rep.), 32nd Assembly District
Born Wisconsin, January 26, 1983; single. Graduate Big Foot H.S. 2001; attended UW-Eau Claire and UW-Madison; completed 2012 Emerging Leader Program at Univ. of Virginia Darden School of Business. Full-time legislator. Former chief of staff to Rep. Thomas Lothian. Member: Republican Party of Wis. (fmr. bd. mbr.); Republican Party of 1st Congressional Dist. (fmr. chm.); Republican Party of Walworth Co. (fmr. chm, vice-chm.); National Rifle Association. Recipient: American Conservative Union Defender of Liberty 2012; GOPAC Emerging Leader 2012.
Elected to Assembly 2010; reelected since 2012. Speaker Pro Tempore 2015. Biennial committee assignments: 2015 — Jt. Survey Com. on Tax Exemptions (co-chp., also 2013); Insurance (also 2011); Rules; Jt. Legislative Council. 2013 — Government Operations and State Licensing (chp.); Labor (vice chp.); Health; Judiciary; State Affairs; Jt. Com. for Review of Admin. Rules. 2011 — Consumer Protection and Personal Privacy (vice chp.); Homeland Security and State Affairs.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-1190.
Voting address: 110 Hank Jay Drive, Unit B, Lake Geneva 53147.
Mailing address: Office: Room 119 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison 53708.
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