Jacobson: Representative Jenna Jacobson (D), who is also a trustee on the Oregon Village Board, recently made the announcement that she will be serving on many committees in the Wisconsin State Assembly. On the day of the Inauguration, which was Tuesday, January 3, the Oregon resident was sworn in alongside other newly elected representatives and senators, as well as Governor Tony Evers.
Jacobson Makes Appointments To The Assembly Committee In Oregon
Jacobson divulged the news that she will be serving on the Assembly Committees for Agriculture, Workforce Development, Consumer Protection, and Financial Institutions.
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Jacobson stated in a news release that he was “thrilled to be able to serve all Wisconsinites on these committees for this legislative session” and that he was “thrilled to be able to represent the 43rd Assembly District.” “I am ready to get to work, and I am optimistic that my coworkers and I will discover real-world, actionable solutions to the problems that we are currently facing.”
Jacobson revealed that she was appointed to the Assembly Committees on Agriculture, Consumer Protection, Financial Institutions, Workforce Development and Economic Opportunities. https://t.co/gJm82tKoA2
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Jacobson was victorious in the race to represent the 43rd Assembly District in November, receiving 62.4% of the vote for a total of 19,666 votes cast. Her opponent, Maria Voelkel (R), earned 37.6% of the vote, 11,873 votes overall.
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