Kulp takes oath for new term
For the Hub City Times
Madison – Bob Kulp (R-Stratford) officially started his term in the 104th Wisconsin State Legislature, representing the 69th District serving portions of Clark, Marathon, and Wood counties, by taking the oath of office at an inauguration ceremony in the Assembly Chambers on Jan. 7.
“My constituents are my top priority,” said Rep. Kulp. “I was sent to the Assembly to ensure they have a voice in state government and I take that responsibility very seriously.”
During the new 2019-2020 legislative session, Representative Kulp plans to focus on K-12 education and dyslexia issues, growing the economy, and ensuring the state budget is balanced.
This session, Representative Kulp is serving as the chair of the Transportation Committee and vice-chair of the Rural Development Committee, also serving on other committees including: Jobs and the Economy, State Affairs, Ways and Means, and Workforce Development.
“It is an honor and privilege to represent the 69th Assembly district. I look forward to being the voice for my constituents and using my experience to effectively lead on a number of key issues to the district and our state.”