GERMANTOWN – State Representative Dan Knodl (R-Germantown) announced today that
he is running for another term to represent the 24th Assembly District in the Wisconsin State Assembly.
“Serving the constituents of the 24th Assembly District has been a privilege, and I look
forward to continuing the important work of making Wisconsin a better place to live and work. Going forward, my priorities remain the same: lowering the tax burden, increasing educational choice, and keeping our communities safe.
“The 2021-22 session has been very successful. The bill I authored to eliminate the personal property tax brought us closer than ever to repealing this obsolete and burdensome tax. I also authored and passed two resolutions calling for constitutional amendments to rein in our federal government. But perhaps the most important work of the session was helping constituents navigate the bureaucratic failures of the unemployment and professional licensing departments under the Evers administration.”
Representative Knodl grew up in Menomonee Falls, where he started his first business at the age of 17. He remains a small business owner and has resided in Germantown for over three decades. He has brought that experience to the State Assembly, and this session, his
legislation to repeal the personal property tax earned him a Wisconsin Taxpayer Champion
award from Wisconsin Property Taxpayers. Based on requests from constituents and local
officials, he introduced bills to help poll workers identify ineligible voters and to strengthen
penalties for tampering with medical products.
The new 24th Assembly District, as approved by the Wisconsin Supreme Court, includes the communities of Germantown, Grafton, Menomonee Falls, and Mequon.