OnFocus – Today, the 2021 Wisconsin State Assembly Inauguration Ceremony and 2021 Wisconsin State Senate Inauguration Ceremony are taking place in Madison.
The Assembly will convene to conduct the inauguration ceremony for the 105th session of Wisconsin’s State Assembly. Among the newcomers is local representative Donna Rozar, who was elected in November to represent the 69th Assembly District. (Incumbent Bob Kulp did not seek re-election. Rozar, a Republican, ran against Democrat Brian Giles.)
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Update 1/6/20: Donna Rozar has officially begun her two-year term in the 105th Wisconsin State Legislature. Rep. Rozar (R-Marshfield) took the oath of office at a ceremony in the Assembly chambers Monday afternoon.
“My constituents are my top priority,” said Rep. Rozar. “I was elected to the State Assembly to make certain my friends and neighbors have a voice in state government, and I take that responsibility very seriously.”
During the new session of the Legislature, Rep. Rozar plans to focus on approving a second Covid-19 relief package, helping small businesses during the pandemic, reforming the election process, and passing a responsible budget that focuses on legislative priorities.
“The most important part of my job is to listen to my constituents and address the needs of my district,” said Rep. Rozar. “I am excited to work on behalf of the 69th Assembly District.”
Rep. Rozar is one of 60 Assembly Republicans in the 2021-2022 legislative session. She is serving as the Vice-Chair on the Small Business Development Committee. She will also be serving on the Aging and Long-Term Care, Campaigns and Elections, Education, Health, Jobs and the Economy, Transportation, and Workforce Development Committees.
“It is an honor to represent my district. I look forward to listening to my constituents as well as using my unique work/life experiences in the private sector to effectively lead on a number of key issues at the state level that will impact the 69th Assembly District,” said Rep. Rozar.
The Representative’s office is 418 North in the Wisconsin State Capitol. Representative Rozar can be reached by e-mail at [email protected]