Contact: Savion Castro
MADISON – Representative Shelia Stubbs (D-Madison) was sworn in today for the 2019-2020 legislative session of the Wisconsin State Assembly. Rep. Stubbs was elected to serve the 77th Assembly District in 2018. Rep. Shelia Stubbs will be the first African American to represent Dane County in the Wisconsin State Legislature.
“Today I was sworn in to my first term of the Wisconsin State Legislature. It will be an honor and privilege to serve the people of the 77th Assembly District in the Wisconsin State Assembly. I am excited to get to work to ensure that Wisconsin is a state where all of us can thrive and all communities are represented.”
“The people of the 77th Assembly District elected me to find solutions. During my tenure in the legislature, I am eager to work on issues ranging from education and eliminating racial disparities, to protecting the environment. I want my constituents to be involved in this process as much as possible and look forward to working with my colleagues in the legislature. The 2019-2020 legislative session is an extraordinary opportunity for us to improve lives and communities across the state; it is imperative that we use this opportunity to expand opportunity and represent communities that have been long overlooked.”
Rep. Stubbs represents the 77th Assembly District which includes Madison, Shorewood Hills, and parts of Middleton.