MADISON – Today, Representative Greta Neubauer (D-Racine) spent her first full day as Assembly Democratic Leader. Her first duties as leader included a meeting with Governor Tony Evers regarding their shared priorities for the months ahead, a call with Department of Health Services Secretary-Designee Karen Timberlake on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic, a hearing in the Committee on Government Accountability and Oversight, and discussions with colleagues on ongoing legislative business. Representative Neubauer released the following statement:
“I’m very honored to assume the role of Assembly Democratic Leader and grateful to my colleagues for electing me to this role. We have a talented, diverse, and deeply dedicated democratic caucus, and I am committed to collaboratively leading our team to fight for the people of our state.
“In the coming year, the Assembly Democrats will be united in our efforts to build a Wisconsin where all of us can thrive. We will protect our democracy, push back against efforts to divide our state, and take every opportunity to make government a force for good in Wisconsin.”