Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald
Press Release

Joint Statement: Foxconn Developments

"We want to thank President Trump for his commitment to Wisconsin workers – our state has an ally in the White House who is dedicated to helping us bring family-supporting careers to our state."

By - Feb 1st, 2019 03:37 pm

[Madison, WI]  Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R-Juneau) released the following statement on President Trump’s phone call with Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou:

“We want to thank President Trump for his commitment to Wisconsin workers – our state has an ally in the White House who is dedicated to helping us bring family-supporting careers to our state.

“We also want to thank Foxconn for reaffirming its commitment to the historic investment in Wisconsin. Southeast Wisconsin and the entire state will see an influx of manufacturing jobs and billions in investment that will impact Wisconsin for generations to come.

“Wisconsin Republicans are dedicated to keeping our state open for business. We will continue to fight to keep the state moving forward.”

By Sen. Scott Fitzgerald and Rep. Robin Vos

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One thought on “Joint Statement: Foxconn Developments”

  1. Barbara Richards says:

    Well, maybe? What did our illustrious President offer that brought about this change (sic) of heart? – – – relax cyber security dialogue? tariff talks? a trip to Florida, Moscow? Have we head the whole conversation? Pardon my skepticism that this is for the better.

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