MADISON, Wis. – State Representative Chuck Wichgers (R-Muskego) will begin work on priorities in education, public safety, and substance abuse prevention following his swearing in as the new state representative for the 82nd Assembly District.
Previously represented by Rep. Ken Skowronski who retired, the 82nd Assembly District includes the City of Franklin, the eastern portion of the City of Muskego, including the area around Big Muskego Lake, and the Village of Greendale. Representative Wichgers has been appointed to the following committees: Assembly Committee on Children and Families; Assembly Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety; Assembly Committee on Education; and Assembly Committee on Mental Health and Substance Abuse Prevention.
Representative Wichgers issued the following statement:
“I am honored to have earned the trust of the residents of the 82nd and will work hard to be their voice in Madison. Issues that are important to the district include keeping our taxes fair, funding local government, making sure our kids are reading above and beyond grade level, and keeping our communities safe for all citizens, including the unborn.
My office is here to help constituents navigate state issues, and I encourage people to reach out to me with questions or concerns.”