before the weekend kicks off

Jul 27, 2018E-Newsletters

July 27, 2018

Dear Friends,

I hope you're all having a great week. There's a lot going on in DC and in Wisconsin, so let's get right to it!

Our Economy Continues To Grow

The positive news about our growing economy continues to pour in, and our pro-growth policies have led to a booming job market. Whether it is 6.7 million job openings (more than the number of unemployed Americans!) or 5 consecutive months of below 3% unemployment in Wisconsin, more people are working now than ever before!
I recently compiled a video of some of the best headlines about America’s job market. Be sure to show your friends the positive news by “Sharing” the video on Facebook HERE or clicking the video below.



 Support The Request For Federal Disaster Aid

Senator Ron Johnson and I recently wrote a letter to the Trump administration to fully support Governor Scott Walker's request for federal assistance in Northwestern Wisconsin. The aid request is in response to massive June flooding in Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Clark, Douglas, and Iron counties. FEMA’s Public Assistance Program would provide financial relief to these counties as they continue to recover from the widespread damage.
Read our entire statement on my website by clicking HERE or by clicking the photo below.



Thank A Local Cop

Our local police officers courageously wake up every day to protect and serve their communities. They deserve our thanks for all they do for keeping us safe. I recently caught up with Captain Steven Pank of the Spooner Police Department and Sergeant Tim Weinberg of Wisconsin State Patrol in Spooner!

Be sure to give our picture a “like” on Facebook HERE or by clicking the photo below!




Stay Connected On Social Media  

Snapchat is a fun way to stay connected with what’s going on in Wisconsin and Washington (and of course, find me on Facebook and Twitter- @RepSeanDuffy). Find my snapchat profile either by searching @RepSeanDuffy or use the Snapcode below! 



Until next week!

God bless,


Sean Duffy