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Robin Vos

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Wisconsin State Assembly, District 63 (2004 - Present)

Member, Racine County Republican Party (? - Present)

Quick Facts
Personal Details

Education

  • Bachelors, Political Science/Public Relations, University of Wisconsin Whitewater, 1991

Professional Experience

  • Bachelors, Political Science/Public Relations, University of Wisconsin Whitewater, 1991
  • Owner, RoJos Popcorn Company, 1996-present
  • Owner, Knights Popcorn, present
  • Owner, Rental Properties, present
  • Owner, Union Grove Car Wash, present
  • Former Congressional District Director, Congressman Mark Neumann
  • Former Legislative Assistant, Representative Jim Ladwig/Representative Bonnie Ladwig

Political Experience

  • Bachelors, Political Science/Public Relations, University of Wisconsin Whitewater, 1991
  • Owner, RoJos Popcorn Company, 1996-present
  • Owner, Knights Popcorn, present
  • Owner, Rental Properties, present
  • Owner, Union Grove Car Wash, present
  • Former Congressional District Director, Congressman Mark Neumann
  • Former Legislative Assistant, Representative Jim Ladwig/Representative Bonnie Ladwig
  • Speaker, Wisconsin State Assembly, 2013-present
  • Assembly Member, Wisconsin State Assembly, District 63, 2004-present
  • Member, Racine County Republican Party, present
  • Candidate, Wisconsin State Assembly, District 63, 2018
  • Member, Racine County Board, 1994-2004
  • Member, University of Wisconsin Board of Regents, 1989-1991

Former Committees/Caucuses

Member, Special Committee on Regional Transportation Authority, Wisconsin State Assembly, present

Former Vice Chair, Audit Committee, Wisconsin State Assembly

Former Chair, Finance Committee, Wisconsin State Assembly

Former Member, Joint Audit Committee, Wisconsin State Assembly

Former Co-Chair, Joint Finance Committee, Wisconsin State Assembly

Current Legislative Committees

Chair, Assembly Organization Committee

Chair, Employment Relations Committee

Co-Chair, Joint Committee on Employment Relations

Co-Chair, Joint Committee on Legislative Organization

Member, Joint Legislative Council

Vice Chair, Rules Committee

Religious, Civic, and other Memberships

  • Bachelors, Political Science/Public Relations, University of Wisconsin Whitewater, 1991
  • Owner, RoJos Popcorn Company, 1996-present
  • Owner, Knights Popcorn, present
  • Owner, Rental Properties, present
  • Owner, Union Grove Car Wash, present
  • Former Congressional District Director, Congressman Mark Neumann
  • Former Legislative Assistant, Representative Jim Ladwig/Representative Bonnie Ladwig
  • Speaker, Wisconsin State Assembly, 2013-present
  • Assembly Member, Wisconsin State Assembly, District 63, 2004-present
  • Member, Racine County Republican Party, present
  • Candidate, Wisconsin State Assembly, District 63, 2018
  • Member, Racine County Board, 1994-2004
  • Member, University of Wisconsin Board of Regents, 1989-1991
  • Member, Burlington Chamber of Commerce, present
  • Member, Caledonia Historical Society, present
  • Member, Ducks Unlimited, present
  • Member, Knights of Columbus, present
  • Member, Leadership Council, National Federation of Independent Business, present
  • Member, Racine Area Manufacturers and Commerce, present
  • Member, Racine/Kenosha Farm Bureau, present
  • Member, Union Grove Chamber of Commerce, present
  • Former Member, Racine Zoological Society
  • Former President, Rotary Club
  • Former Student Representative, University of Wisconsin Board of Regents
  • Former Member, Waterford Chamber of Commerce
  • Former Member, Wind Lake Chamber of Commerce
  • Member, Board of Regents, University of Wisconsin, 1989-1991

Other Info

Favorite Quote:

Politics is about multiplication and addition, not subtraction and division-

  • Haley Barbour
  • Articles

    Issue Position: Jobs & the Economy

    Jan. 1, 2018

    One of my top legislative priorities has been encouraging economic development and establishing a business climate that brings more family-supporting jobs to Racine County. I'm proud that our reforms are working. More businesses are opening their doors and thousands of new careers are coming to our area. We will continue to invest in worker training and expand programs to help prepare workers for high demand positions. It's an exciting time for the state of Wisconsin. Our economy is ranked among the best in the country and our unemployment rate is at a record low. We can continue to move our state forward by attracting and retaining good employees while showing that Wisconsin is an excellent place to work, play and raise a family.

    Issue Position: Education

    Jan. 1, 2018

    Wisconsin has one of the best education systems in the country, thanks to our great teachers and schools. However, we must continue to look for ways to improve and reform education to help every student succeed in the workforce and in life. In the 2017-2019 state budget, we invested a record amount in K-12 schools in actual dollars. We are also ensuring that every student has access to a computer or laptop by creating one-to-one technology grants. Our efforts to help students succeed don't end at the elementary school level. We also want to keep college costs in check. Once again I supported the tuition freeze for Wisconsin undergraduate students in the UW System. Over the last four years, the tuition freeze has saved the average student more than $6,000.

    Issue Position: Lowering Taxes

    Jan. 1, 2018

    While we still have a ways to go, I'm proud of the work we have done to reduce the tax burden on the hard-working families of Racine County. Wisconsin residents deserve to keep more of their hard-earned money to spend any way they choose. That's why in the last seven years, we've reduced taxes by more than $8 billion and provided needed property tax relief. In fact, property taxes will be lower for the average Wisconsin home in 2018 than they were in 2010. We should and will do more to help families and small businesses in Racine County.