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Letter to the Editor | Elect Ty Bodden to 59th Assembly District | By Jesse Kremer

June 12, 2018 – Washington Co., WI –   Today Jesse Kremer, the Representative for the 59th Assembly District, announced his support for Ty Bodden as his successor. Rep. Kremer, a citizen-legislator who had no political experience prior to running for office in 2014, was a champion of pro-life legislation,

Thoughts on the GOP: Why Have WI Conservatives Become Afraid of Their Own Shadows? | By Jesse Kremer

March 21, 2018 – Washington Co., WI – Although the foundation of my own campaign was “Bold Ideas, Conservative Values” not “Republican Ideas,” as a new legislator who came into office post-Act 10, I was excited and proud that the Republican party in Wisconsin woke up, finally began to

Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) authors legislation on body cameras

April 27, 2017 – Kewaskum, WI – Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) has circulated a bill that addresses policing technology as it relates to privacy and the 4th amendment.  With the assistance of Sen. Patrick Testin (R-Stevens Point) this minimal statewide body camera policy will balance public privacy with public

Maintaining Relevancy for All Vets; The American Legion Legacy. By Jesse Kremer

  March 23, 2017 – Kewaskum, WI – I was blown away when I opened a recent letter from my own Wisconsin American Legion. The topic?  If legislators don’t act, 2000 Wisconsin veteran construction jobs and $113 million in wages will be lost and 200 more veterans will be

Body Cameras: Policing with Privacy in an Age of Technology. By Jesse Kremer

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Kewaskum, WI – On February 18th, 2017, Officer Nelson responded to 228 Oak Street for a 24 year old woman who was concerned about an ex-boyfriend who had been stalking her.  Nelson was invited into the woman’s home, took a statement and asked if she had any protection.  The

Divisive rhetoric from leaders must cease

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Madison, WI – Representative Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) issued the following statements following Rep. Mandela Barnes’ (D-Milwaukee) statement associating Christianity with hate and violence:   “I am fed up with the disgusting and divisive nature of some of the leaders in our state and nation. The politicization begins with our

Rep. Jesse Kremer bike tour of 59th Assembly Dist.

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Rep. Jesse Kremer to tour the 59th Assembly District on a 75-mile bicycle ride with supporters. Hosting multiple meet/greet locations over the two day ride. In 2014, then State-Assembly candidate Jesse Kremer and his supporters spent two days bicycling over 80 miles through the entire 59th Assembly District. This

Letter to the Editor: Washington Co. Supervisor Dist.8

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Dear Residents of the 8th District in Washington County:   I am writing this letter in support of current County Board Supervisor Ronald Naab. Because of Ron’s volunteer capacity as a firefighter, he is more cognizant of safety issues that should be addressed within the district. Even before I

Pre-hospital care concerns

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Many Wisconsin communities, especially in rural or light urban areas, rely on pre-hospital, Emergency Medical Service (EMS) care from dedicated volunteers. In fact, according to the Wisconsin EMS Association, 75 percent of Wisconsin EMS providers are staffed by volunteers. It has been, and will continue to be, a challenge

Rep. Kremer Applauds Signing of Pro-Life Bills

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Governor Walker signed two bills into law protecting taxpayer dollars from flowing to abortion providers and from being abused via Medicaid overbilling. Act 151 (AB 310) redirects federal Title X funds away from organizations that provide abortions, like Planned Parenthood. Act 152 (SB 238) stops abortion providers from overbilling
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