Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Strachota Becomes First Wisconsin Majority Assembly Woman Leader After Kramer Ousted

State Representative Strachota became the first woman to be elected as Assembly majority leader after Representative Kramer was ousted by GOP.

By H. Nelson Goodson
March 6, 2014

Madison, WI - On Tuesday,  State Representative Patricia Strachota (R-West Bend) was selected as the new Assembly majority leader, making her the first woman to get elected to the position in state history. She replaced former majority leader State Representative Bill Kramer (R-Waukesha).
Wisconsin state Assembly Republicans on Tuesday ousted Representative Kramer of Waukesha, as majority leader after inappropriate touching of women surfaced. Some of the inappropriate behavior by Kramer was witnessed by other members of the Assembly.

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