Assembly District 45 – Mark Spreitzer

Who I am

State Representative Mark Spreitzer is serving his third term representing the 45th District in the Wisconsin State Assembly. He serves as the Assembly Democratic Caucus Chair for the 2019-2020 legislative session. He was first elected to the Assembly in 2014 and as Caucus Chair in 2016. In addition to serving in the State Assembly, Representative Spreitzer served as President of the Beloit City Council from April 2014-2015. He was first elected to the City Council in April 2011. Prior to taking office in the Assembly, Rep. Spreitzer worked as Assistant Director of Alumni & Parent Relations and Annual Support for Beloit College. He graduated from Beloit College in 2009. Rep. Spreitzer is an active member of the community, participating in a variety of organizations, including serving as board president of the Welty Environmental Center and a member of the Deacons Outreach Board at United Church of Beloit. He likes spending his free time enjoying the outdoors and attending community events (when safe to do so) in the 45th District. The 45th District includes the communities of Beloit, Evansville, Brodhead, Orfordville, Albany, and Juda, in Rock and Green counties. During the 2019-20 session, Rep. Spreitzer serves on the following committees: Agriculture; Assembly Organization; Campaigns and Elections; Criminal Justice and Public Safety; Forestry, Parks, and Outdoor Recreation; Local Government; Rules; Sporting Heritage; and the Transportation Projects Commission.

Why I am Running

I’ve spent the past session fighting for a budget that invests in our shared priorities and working to support our public schools, family farmers, working families, and retirees. I’ve authored and coauthored bipartisan legislation to implement non-partisan redistricting and other election reforms, protect our environment, cut red tape for local communities, and improve public safety while reforming our criminal justice system. I look forward to continuing these efforts next year. During the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis, I’ve been working to get information and assistance out to district residents, helping people with unemployment benefits, connecting businesses with loans and grants, advocating for support for front-line health care workers, and making people aware of free testing opportunities. The next legislative session will present new challenges as our state recovers from this pandemic and addresses a tight state budget, high unemployment, and a fragile economy. My leadership skills and experience in state and local government will be assets as Wisconsin navigates these challenges.

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