Politician Info

This freshman assembly rep from Racine did not co-sponsor any marijuana legislation her first session.  Although she made public statement about the marijuana reform in the budget, her statements did not touch on adult use/recreational marijuana.  With her district showing 85% support for medical and 59% for recreational marijuana in the 2018 referendums, we had high hopes this representative would have co-sponsored all marijuana reform bills in the 2019-2020.   Should she be re-elected in 2020, she can raise her grade by working on the issue.

Holds office State Assembly District 66

  • Born Racine, Wisconsin, September 13, 1991.
  • Graduate the Prairie School, 2010; B.A. in History, Middlebury College, 2015.
  • Former legislative aide to State Representative Cory Mason; Fossil Fuel Divestment Student Network (director and cofounder); Divest Middlebury (cofounder and organizer); 350.org (fellow).
  • Member: Racine Hospitality Center (board chair); Racine Interfaith Coalition; Visioning Greater Racine; NAACP-Racine Branch; Great Lakes Legislative Caucus; National Caucus of Environmental Legislators; Planned Parenthood; Democratic Party of Racine County.
  • Elected to Assembly in January 2018 special election. Reelected November 2018.
Position on Marijuana Legalization

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Co-sponsored Legislation



2018 Referendum Results:

Racine County:

“Should marijuana be legalized for medicinal use?”

  • 85% YES
  • 15% NO

“Should marijuana be legalized, taxed, and regulated in the same manner as alcohol for adults 21 years of age or older?”

  • 59% YES
  • 41% NO

“Should proceeds from marijuana taxes be used to fund education, health care, and infrastructure?”

  • 81% YES
  • 19% NO
Contact Greta Neubauer

Email: Rep.Neubauer@legis.wisconsin.gov

Web: https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/2019/legislators/assembly/1860

Phone: 608-266-0634


State Capitol, Room 8 North Post Office Box 8953

Madison, WI 53708

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