monday memo

Oct 1, 2018E-Newsletters

October 1, 2018

 

Dear Friends,

I hope your week is going well. I have some exciting news that I'd like to share with you: the House of Representatives unanimously passed my resolution requesting that the Secretary of the Interior recognize the rich history of the logging industry and the importance of lumberjack sports by adding the Lumberjack Bowl in Hayward to the National Register of Historic Places. 

The Bowl has been the home to the celebration of lumberjack sports for almost 60 years, and it deserves recognition as a special place in Wisconsin's culture.

I'm proud that both Democrats and Republicans came together to pass my resolution.

Click HERE or the image below to watch a short video from the Bowl when I introduced the resolution in 2017.

 

 

Why People Are So Confident In Our Economy

I've worked my heart out to push for pro-growth reforms. Whether it's tax reform that allows you and your family to keep more of your hard-earned money, or instituting smart regulations so that small businesses are incentivized to hire more workers and grow, these pro-growth policies have helped the economy to soar. As a result, the American people are more are confident in the economy now than at any point in the last 18 years!


Click HERE or the image below to "like" and share the good news!

 

 

 

Washington DC Internship Opportunity 

Attention college students or recent grads: my Washington DC office is now accepting applications for Fall internships. It's a great way to serve your community and get involved in the political process.
 
For more information on the internship, click HERE or the photo below. Also be sure to share these opportunities with any interested students!

 

 

 

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