Friday, March 8, 2013
Once signed by Gov. Scott Walker, mining legislation will create thousands of jobs in all parts of the state, GOP legislators say.
State Representative Duey Stroebel (R-Saukville) who represents Saukville said the state mining bill that passed the Assembly on Thursday will ultimately lead to the creation of more jobs throughout the Wisconsin — not just northern Wisconsin. “This bill has been in the public’s eye for over two years, with numerous hearings throughout the state encouraging extensive public input," Stroebel said in a release. "The bill we voted on today represents a culmination of this process, and I am pleased that both houses were able to take positive action. Additionally, I believe that this opportunity for economic growth is paramount in bringing family-supporting jobs to the people of Wisconsin." State Rep. Joel Kleefsich (R-Oconomowoc) called …
Sunday, December 9, 2012
Rep. Duey Stroebel of Saukville has been named the committee chairman for State and Local Finance as well as the Joint Survey Committee on Retirement Systems.
Sunday, December 9, 2012
Editor's note: The following information was taken from a press release submitted by Duey Stroebel. Rep. Duey Stroebel (R-Saukville) has been named the Committee Chairman for State and Local Finance as well as the Joint Survey Committee on Retirement Systems. The committee on State and Local Finance is newly created and is expected to receive legislation that focuses on fiscal issues the state and local government face. The Joint Survey Committee on Retirement Systems makes recommendations on legislation that affects retirement and pension plans for public officers and employees. Among other things, the committee will attach a statement to each retirement bill that describes the proposal’s purpose, probable costs, actuarial effect, and …
Friday, November 2, 2012
Incumbent Duey Stroebel has a Democratic challenger
Republican incumbent state Rep. Duey Stroebel doesn't shy away from the Scott Walker reforms. He embraces them. Running for re-election in the 60th Assembly District against Democratic challenger Perry Duman, Stroebel said Act 10 and other measures were necessary. "We need to continue the good things that got done in the last session," he told Patch. "There’s a lot more to be done. I think we need to continue to create a business friendly environment in this state so businesses here can thrive and businesses that are not here will continue moving here." His opponent, Duman, did not return a call for comment made through the number on his campaign website. That website contains only a picture and contact information. Duman previously ran …
Friday, October 26, 2012
About 100 people attended a forum Thursday with 20th District Senate candidates Glenn Grothman and Tanya Lohr; 23rd Assembly District candidates Jim Ott and Cris Rogers; and 60th State Assembly District candidates Duey Stroebel and Perry Duman.
Attack ads, political mailings and candidate phone calls are all things that, for a long time, have been the strategic — and costly — methods of individuals hoping to be elected to political office. And with $2 billion spent so far between President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney in the national race, according to Foxnews.com, it's no wonder a question about the use of campaign contributions was first on the list at a debate between state senate and assembly candidates on Thursday night. "We have to stop letting the money decide who's getting elected. The ads are misleading, they often lie and distort," 20th District Senate candidate Tanya Lohr, adding that people should change the way they "consume" political information, and …
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Stroebel is the Republican incumbent for the 60th Assembly District.
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Name : Mr. Duey Stroebel Age : 52 Place of residence : Town of Cedarburg Attended college : Yes College : UW Madison Degree : Bachelors Year of graduation : 1984 University : UW Madison Degree : Masters of Science Year of graduation : 1987 Job titles held : Salf employed - real estate Employers : NA Party affiliation : Republican Running for a: State office Running for position: Assembly Chamber/district: 60th Incumbent: Yes First elected: 03 May 2011 Previous elective offices : Cedarburg School Board Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : none Address 2428 Covered Bridge Road Saukville WI 53080 Website : www.stroebelforassembly.com Facebook : State Representative Duey Stroebel
Friday, March 23, 2012
A three-judge panel ruled Thursday that congressional and legislative maps drawn by the Republican-controlled Legislature will stand, except for those defining Milwaukee's south side because they fail to create a majority-minority district.
Top state Republicans were ordered to return to the congressional and legislative district map drawing board by three federal judges Thursday morning — but only for Milwaukee’s southern, Latino-heavy voting districts. The court ruled new lines defining Assembly District 8 and 9, drawn last summer by the Republican-controlled Legislature, violate the federal Voting Rights Act by breaking the Latino community on Milwaukee’s south side into two districts, failing to create a majority-minority district. However, the judges also ruled all other maps will remain in intact and dismissed other challenges. Lawmakers will need to quickly redraw the districts on Milwaukee's south side with elections approaching. Legislators are constitutionally …
Monday, June 27, 2011
Port Washington Police Department hosting U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner's Town Hall meeting on Tuesday.
State Sen. Glenn Grothman and state Rep. Duey Stroebel plan to join U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner at his town hall meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Port Washington Police Department. Sensenbrenner regularly hosts the meetings to give residents a chance to speak out on issues Congress is working on, and also as an outlet for dealing with problems that community members may be experience with a federal agency. In addition, Grothman and Stroebel will be available to talk about state issues. Sensenbrenner hosted a Town Hall meeting on Sunday in Brookfield, and fielded questions about health care, energy, war, collective bargaining and voter ID. Sensenbrenner will also be holding office hours at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Saukville Village Hall…