Madison, Wis. – Rep. Meyers announced that she would be retiring at the end of the 105th regular
legislative session. After a dedicated eight years of service to the people of the 74th Assembly District, she
released the following statement:
“In 2022, I announced my decision to not seek re-election to the Wisconsin State Assembly. As of today, I will
no longer represent the constituents of the 74th Assembly District. Serving as a state representative has been one
of my greatest honors and also one of the most demanding endeavors I have undertaken,” stated Rep. Meyers.
“While I will miss working with my constituents and being a voice for the people of the 74th on the Assembly
floor, I’m looking forward to the adventures that lie ahead. Although I will no longer be a state representative, I
will continue advocating for the people of my district, just a bit closer to home this time.
“Lastly, I could not have done this without the support of my wonderful husband and my many friends, both
inside and outside the capitol. As I transition back to a life away from Madison, I will be focusing on the beauty
in the world and hope to create art and harmony with my paint brush.”