Madison, WI… Paul Tittl has officially begun his 5th consecutive term in the 105th Wisconsin State Legislature. Rep. Tittl (R-Manitowoc) took the oath of office at the ceremony in the Assembly chamber Monday afternoon.

“My constituents are my top priority yet again, as it is an honor to have been re-elected to serve my 5th straight term with the support of the overwhelming majority of Wisconsin’s 25th assembly district,” said Rep. Tittl.

During the new legislative session, Rep. Tittl plans to focus on approving a second Covid-19 relief package which could be as soon as Thursday, January 7. Other items of priorities include, helping small businesses during the pandemic, reforming the election process, and passing a fiscally responsible budget that prioritizes healthcare and education.

“It is of the utmost importance that I listen to my constituents and address the needs of my Assembly district,” said Rep. Tittl. “I am blessed and excited to represent and work on behalf of Manitowoc and Calumet counties.

Rep. Tittl is one of 60 Assembly Republicans in the 2021-2022 legislative session. He is serving as the Chairman on the Committee on Mental Health, Vice Chairman on the Committee on Sporting and Heritage, and Committees on Corrections, Forestry, Parks, and Outdoor Recreation, Jobs and the Economy, Tourism, and Veterans.

“It is a privilege to represent my district. I look forward to taking the thoughts and input of my constituents into consideration and using my experience in the private sector to effectively lead on a myriad of key issues in the district and within our state,” said Rep. Tittl.

The representative’s office is located at 219 West in the Wisconsin State Capitol. He can be reached at 608-266-0315 or by e-mail at [email protected]. His legislative website can be found at I encourage you to follow the representative on social media, including Facebook, and Twitter, for all of the up-to-date information on important issues.

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