Republican assembly representative from Pewaukee has not co-sponsored any legislation on marijuana reform since elected in 2013.
March 2020 Republicans circulated a decriminalization bill for co-sponsorship which he did not co-sponsor.
Holds office State Assembly District 98
Candidate in race for State Assembly District 98 (R)
- Born Elgin, Illinois, December 30, 1984; married; 2 children.
- Graduate H.D. Jacobs High School, 2003; B.A., Carroll University, 2008; Council of State Governments, 2014 Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership Development (BILLD) Fellow.
- Small business owner. Former legislative staffer for U.S. Representative Jim Sensenbrenner and Republican leadership in the Wisconsin Assembly. Council of State Governments 2014 Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership Development (BILLD) Fellow.
- Member: Wisconsin Future Caucus; 100th Anniversary Capitol Commemorative Commission; President’s Advisory Council at Carroll University; Republican Party of Waukesha County (former youth chair); National Rifle Association.
- Recipient: Wisconsin Economic Development Association Champion of Economic Development Award 2018; Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. Building Wisconsin Award 2018; American Conservative Union Conservative Achievement Award 2015–16, 2013–14; Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce Champion of Commerce Award 2015–16, 2013–14; Wisconsin Dairy Business Association Legislative Excellence Award 2015; Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce Working for Wisconsin Award 2015–16, 2013–14; Wisconsin Family Action Friend of Family, Life & Liberty Award 2015–16.
- Elected to Assembly in April 2013 special election. Reelected since 2014
indicates some support for limited medical with no smoking and no home grows.
Although the 98th District is primarily the village of Pewaukee, it does border the City of Waukesha and has Waukesha residents voting in it, which in 2018 passed an advisory referendum on marijuana by 77%.
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