MADISON – Today, Rep. Greta Neubauer (D-Racine) was virtually sworn in to the 2021-22 session of the Wisconsin State Assembly by Governor Tony Evers. The session will officially begin on January 4, 2021. Following the swearing in, Rep. Neubauer issued the following statement:

“I was honored to be sworn into office today by Governor Tony Evers. As elected leaders, we have the responsibility to prioritize the health and safety of our communities and minimize the spread of COVID-19 whenever possible,” Neubauer said. “We have all seen how quickly things change during this pandemic. Today’s virtual swearing in ensures that we have no delay in getting to work when the session begins on January 4th.”

“I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to continue to represent the people of the 66th Assembly District. Working as your legislator is an honor and a responsibility that I take very seriously. I will continue to work to support Wisconsinites through this crisis, address the deep challenges facing our state, and build a brighter future for us all.”

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