Madison—Today, State Representative Scott Johnson was officially sworn into the 106th Wisconsin State Legislature. Rep. Johnson joined twenty-two other legislatures starting their first session in the capitol.

“It is an honor to begin serving the 33rd Assembly District. I am committed to finding ways to help our economy grow so more people can have more money in their pockets during a time of record inflation nationwide.”

Rep. Johnson is serving as a member of the Committees on Colleges and Universities, Consumer Protection, Local Government, and on Transportation.

“I am excited to utilize the knowledge and skills I have acquired over the years of my fruitful career as farmer and business man. I certainly look forward to working with my colleagues to help provide a brighter future for generations to come.”

At the inaugural ceremony, the Representative was joined by his wife Jill, and their children, along with family friends.

The Representative’s office is located at 109 West at Wisconsin State Capitol. He can be reached at (608) 237-9133 or by email at

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