|Wisconsin State Assembly District 60|
|2011 - Present|
|January 5, 2015|
|Years in position||4|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 6, 2012|
|First elected||May 3, 2011|
|Next general||November 4, 2014|
|Bachelor's||University of Wisconsin, Madison|
|Master's||University of Wisconsin, Madison|
Stroebel is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, receiving a Bachelors of Business Administration and a Masters in Real Estate Appraisal and Investment Analysis. He is the founder and operator of a real estate management and development company. Since 2007, Stroebel has served on the Cedarburg Public School Board. In addition, he has served on the city's planning commission and parks commission.
At the beginning of the 2013 legislative session, Stroebel served on the following committees:
|Wisconsin Committee Assignments, 2013|
|• Colleges and Universities|
|• Environment and Forestry|
|• Financial Institutions|
|• State and Local Finance, Chair|
|• Joint Survey on Retirement Systems, Co-chair|
During the 2011-2012 legislative session, Stroebel served on these committees:
|Wisconsin Committee Assignments, 2011|
|• Financial Institutions|
|• Natural Resources|
Stroebel's website highlighted the following campaign themes:
- Walker Budget Repair Bill: "As a result of the prior administration, Wisconsin has a $137 million predicted shortfall this June 30th and a $3.6 billion shortfall in the next two year budget... Increasing taxes, especially in our current recessionary economy, would be devastating... A huge portion of our state’s budget pays for wages and benefits. Asking the recipients of these funds to pay 12.4% of their health care premium and contribute 5.8% of their salaries to their pensions are figures that are unheard of in the private sector, and more generous than even those of most federal employees. Walker's proposal continues to allow state employees to collectively bargain for wages, a privilege most federal employees do not have. Eliminating collective bargaining for benefits will again put us in line with most federal employees."
- Jobs and the Economy: "Quality of life is related to jobs and the economy. All government action must be viewed through this prism. Government does not create jobs or wealth–this is the function of the private sector...Starting and running a successful business in the district for the last 24 years has provided me a firm foundation to apply common sense thinking and problem solving to the politics of Madison."
- Government Spending: "Excessive government size and spending suffocates the private sector and depresses our economy. We must reduce spending, reduce taxes and reduce the size of government. Not taking steps now will limit the opportunity of future generations by burdening them with excessive debt."
- Education: "All children have the right to a quality education. Teachers have a profound impact on the education of our youth. Therefore we must seek and retain only the best for these important jobs. Effective teachers must be rewarded and less effective teachers must improve or be replaced."
- Second Amendment: "I am a firm believer that the right to keep and bear arms is a fundamental freedom. Individuals must retain this right to be considered a free society."
- Pro-Life: "I am pro-life. I believe in protecting life from conception to natural death."
- MATC: "A strong technical college system is vital to the economic success of our state... MATC’s governance is an appointed Board with no direct accountability to the taxpayer. Making the Board directly accountable to the taxpayer would further insure the focus on education, not employee compensation."
- See also: Wisconsin State Assembly elections, 2012
Stroebel won re-election in the 2012 election for Wisconsin State Assembly District 60. Stroebel ran unopposed in the Republican primary on August 14 and defeated Perry Duman (D) in the general election on November 6, 2012.
|Wisconsin State Assembly, District 60, General Election, 2012|
|Republican||Duey Strobel Incumbent||71.1%||23,905|
Comprehensive donor information for Stroebel is available dating back to 2011. Based on available campaign finance records, Stroebel raised a total of $96,105 during that time period. This information was last updated on June 6, 2013.
|Duey Stroebel's Campaign Contribution History|
|2012||Wisconsin State Assembly, District 60||$25,176|
|2011||Wisconsin State Assembly, District 60||$70,929|
|Grand Total Raised||$96,105|
2012Stroebel won re-election to the Wisconsin State Assembly in 2012. During that election cycle, Stroebel raised a total of $25,176.
|Wisconsin State Assembly 2012 election - Campaign Contributions|
|Top contributors to Duey Stroebel's campaign in 2012|
|Wisconsin Institute of Cpas||$750|
|Community Bankers of Wisconsin||$600|
|Northwestern Mutual Life||$500|
|Associated Builders & Contractors of Wisconsin||$500|
|Total Raised in 2012||$25,176|
|Source: Follow the Money|
2011Stroebel Wisconsin State Assembly in 2011. During that election cycle, Stroebel raised a total of $70,929.
|Wisconsin State Assembly 2011 election - Campaign Contributions|
|Top contributors to Duey Stroebel's campaign in 2011|
|Friends for Pat Strachota||$500|
|Lemahieu for Assembly||$500|
|Total Raised in 2011||$70,929|
|Source: Follow the Money|
Stroebel and his wife, Laura, have eight children. He is a member of the Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce and former member of the board of Ozaukee Bank and Cornerstone Community Bank. He is active in 4-H and the Greater Cedarburg Foundation.
Landlord tenant bill
Stroebel forwarded legislation in the Assembly that would reform the relationship between landlords and tenants and restrict the ability of localities to create their own disparate regulations. One provision eliminated in the bill requires landlords to register and record ownership information with the city. The Associated Press and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel interpreted this provision as directly benefiting Stroebel. Stroebel, who owns a building worth $635,500 in Milwaukee, released a statement noting that the new law would not unfairly directly benefit him relative to other landlords. The law would also ease a landlord's authority to remove illegally parked vehicles, retain deposits, and kick out tenants as well as dispose of their property. The bill passed the Assembly on a 57 to 37 vote, and as of August 12, 2013, had not been considered by the full Senate. The legislation has been opposed by the Associated Students of Madison.
This section displays the most recent stories in a Google News search for the term "Duey + Stroebel + Wisconsin + Assembly"
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- Assembly District Office Website
- Duey Stroebel campaign homepage
- Duey Stroebel Facebook page
- Campaign Contributions: 2012, 2011
- WKBT "3 Wis. lawmakers bid adieu to take jobs with gov", January 3, 2011
- Wisconsin Government Accountability Board, "Candidates on Ballot by Election - 2012 Partisan Primary 8/14/2012," retrieved June 12, 2012
- Wisconsin Government Accountability Board, "Governor Orders Special Elections for Three Assembly Seats," February 23, 2011
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Stroebel, Aaron advance in 60th Assembly race," April 6, 2011
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Stroebel wins 60th Assembly seat," May 3, 2011
- followthemoney.org, "Stroebel, Duey," accessed June 6, 2013
- The Associated Press, "Lawmaker would benefit from his own bill," June 27, 2013
- Wisconsin State Journal, "New tenant restrictions on tap," May 1, 2013
- Wisconsin Assembly, "AB 183," June 6, 2013
- The Daily Cardinal, "ASM chair asks state assembly to vote down landlord-tenant relations bill," May 9, 2013
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