Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald Reacts to State of the State Address
"Thanks to the last eight years of Republican leadership, Governor Evers is inheriting a state that is strong."
“Thanks to the last eight years of Republican leadership, Governor Evers is inheriting a state that is strong. Our unemployment rate has been below 3 percent for 11 months straight, our budget has a surplus, our pension system is fully funded, and last budget we were able to invest more actual dollars in schools than ever before. Wisconsin is thriving.
“Moving forward, Senate Republicans will work to make sure that these results are protected for the next generation, and that our prosperity can continue for years to come. We will fight to lower taxes on hard-working families, keep our state open for business, and make sure that Wisconsin is the best place in the nation to work, live, and raise a family.”
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R-Juneau) represents the 13th Senate District, which covers portions of Dodge, Jefferson, Waukesha, Washington, Dane, and Columbia counties.
Recent Press Releases by Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald
"I’ve said all along that the Senate would not go along with the governor’s plans for this special session."
"The liberal Evers Administration has been no friend to farmers."
"Liberals across the country are upping their rhetoric in support of taking guns from law-abiding citizens."