Serving his third term in the State Assembly, Tod Ohnstad represents the 65th Assembly District, which is comprised of the City of Kenosha.

During the 2019-20 legislative session, Tod serves on the Assembly Jobs and Economy Committee, the Assembly Labor Committee, the Assembly Ways & Means Committee, and the Assembly Committee on State Affairs & Government Operations.

He is ranking member on the Assembly Jobs & Economy Committee.

In 2008, Tod was elected to the Kenosha City Council, where he once again represented working people. Having been re-elected two more times, Tod finished out his last term as Alder for District 6 in 2014.

In his spare time, Tod has served as a mentor for the Kinship program, as a mentor for the Kenosha Area Business Alliance, and a “big brother” in the Big Brothers & Sisters Program.

Crystal Miller, in her first run for public office, is a Trump voter who hosted the Women for Trump event in Kenosha.

Former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch was her guest of honor.

During the event the talk was political and partisan.

Kleefisch claimed that if universal health care ever came to the U.S. it would limit American freedom.

“That’s creepy guys,” Kleefisch said of universal health care, “because that’s literally a socialist policy … Stuff like that is creepy. Stuff like that is un-American.”

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