Sean Duffy

Sean Duffy

WISCONSIN's 7th DISTRICT

Senate Passes Sean Duffy’s Plan To Fix Puerto Rico Debt Crisis

2016/06/29

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Mark Bednar; 202-738-0744

Cassie Smedile; 816-726-1290

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Senate passed Sean Duffy’s (WI-07) plan to address the Puerto Rico debt crisis – the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act (PROMESA) – with a bipartisan vote of 68-30. 

Earlier in June, the House passed PROMESA with a bipartisan vote of 297-127. 

PROMESA received support from a “majority of the majority” in both the House and Senate. 

“When I started working to fix the Puerto Rico debt crisis, I knew it wouldn’t be easy, but we built a bipartisan coalition to help the three and half million Americans who have been suffering under the weight of bad financial decisions by leaders who made promises they couldn't afford or keep,” said Congressman Duffy. “That’s why I’m so appreciative of my friends in the Senate for working quickly, in a bipartisan fashion, to address this crisis. When PROMESA is signed into law, it will signal a new beginning for financial responsibility in Puerto Rico. The Oversight Board and Congressional Task Force on Economic Growth will promote budgets that balance and economic opportunity for the good and hard-working Americans living in Puerto Rico." 

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Duffy: Dodd-Frank Is A Disaster, It’s Time For The Financial CHOICE Act

2016/06/27

Monday, June 27, 2016

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Mark Bednar; 202-738-0744

Cassie Smedile; 816-726-1290

 

WASHINGTON D.C.  – Today, Congressman Sean Duffy (WI-07), Chairman of the Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations, threw his full support behind Chairman Jeb Hensarling’s Financial CHOICE Act and offered the following statement:

“Nearly a decade after the recession began, the economy is barely limping along. Millions of people across the country have suffered under the weight of President Obama’s policies. The disaster that is Dodd-Frank has only added to the malaise of this feeble recovery.

“Wisconsinites and all Americans deserve policies that will both unleash economic growth and shield taxpayers from bailing out private companies. That is why I strongly support Chairman Hensarling’s vision for a new financial regulatory model which gives banks a choice: hedge against risk on your own, or let the regulators decide how to do it for you. 

“The Financial CHOICE Act is a substantive, commonsense alternative to President Obama’s regulatory regime which has done more to hold back economic growth and job creation than any other law. It would foster more prudent banking practices and unshackle innovators and entrepreneurs from regulatory morass. It will unclog our broken economic plumbing and put consumers back in charge rather than the government.  

“I am pleased that several of my own ideas will be incorporated, including reforms to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) which will make the agency more accountable to the American people. As the chairman of the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, I’ve seen firsthand how regulators like the CFPB and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) show callous disregard and blatant contempt for hardworking taxpayers. That is why it’s so important that these agencies are put on budget and subject to appropriations.”

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Nominate Someone Who's Larger Than Life Today!

2016/06/27

June 27, 2016

Dear Friends,

Summer is definitely here! That means it's time for the Paul Bunyan Service Above Self Award!

ONE MORE DAY TO NOMINATE: The 3rd Annual "Paul Bunyan Service Above Self" Award recognizes a resident of the 7th Congressional District of Wisconsin who is “larger-than-life.” The award serves as a way to thank an individual who went above and beyond to serve their community and improve the quality of life for those around them. Click the image below to nominate someone today! (The deadline is Tuesday, June 28th!)

VISITING DC? It was great to hang out with the McKee family from Wausau when they stopped by my office in Washington D.C. Summer is a perfect time to bring the family to our Nation's Capital. If you're from our district and plan on visiting D.C., make sure to let my office know and we can set you up with a tour! Click the image below to view.

REGULATIONS HURT OUR ECONOMY: Our economy continues to face headwinds due to President Obama's failed liberal agenda. I recently spoke with Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen about economic headwinds like burdensome regulations and high taxes that prevent our economy from moving into the twenty-first century. Click the image below to view!

Until next week!

God Bless,

Sean Duffy

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Duffy To Yellen: If Businesses Cite Regulations As Economic Headwind, Why Doesn’t The Fed?

2016/06/22

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Mark Bednar; 202-738-0744

Cassie Smedile; 816-726-1290

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Sean Duffy (WI-07), Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations, today spoke with Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen about economic headwinds facing our country.

Specifically, Duffy asked Yellen if excessive regulation and taxation were holding back our economy.

Click HERE or the image below to view the entire exchange between Congressman Duffy and Chair Yellen.

Below is an excerpt of the exchange between Duffy and Yellen.

Duffy: “I listened intently to your testimony and your commentary on the headwinds to our economy. I think all of us follow very closely, it has a direct impact on all of our constituents, but I didn’t hear you comment on a couple of issues that concern me. Last year, there were 81,000 pages of new regulation. Since 09-2015 there were 550,000 new pages of regulation. Would you consider that a headwind for economic growth?”

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Duffy: “Are these headwinds to the economy or not?”

Yellen: “It’s very hard to quantify the extent to which regulation is a headwind.”

Duffy: “But it would be a headwind?”

Yellen: “Businesses certainly cite head regulation as a factor affecting their decision-making.”

Duffy: “Then why don’t you cite it? If the businesses you talk to cite this as a headwind, why don’t you cite it as a headwind?”

Yellen: “Well, I actually don’t think it’s the most important headwind. It may be a headwind.”

 

SPECIAL NOTE: Congressman Duffy is offering an amendment to H.R. 5485, the Financial Services and Government Appropriations Act 2017, which “prohibits funds from being used to implement, administer, or enforce a new regulatory action of $100 million or more.”

More information about the thousands of pages of the Federal Registrar can be found HERE.

 

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Duffy, Cruz, Lankford, Lee, Continue Fighting Obama’s Internet Giveaway

2016/06/21

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Duffy Press Office: 202-738-0744

Mark Bednar: mark.bednar@mail.house.gov

Cruz Press Office: 202-228-7561

Rachael Slobodien: rachael_slobodien@cruz.senate.gov

Phil Novack: phil_novack@cruz.senate.gov

Lankford Press Office: 202-224-5754

Darrell “D.J.” Jordan: darrell_jordan@lankford.senate.gov

Lee Press Office: 202-224-5444

Conn Carroll: conn_carroll@lee.senate.gov

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX), James Lankford (R-OK), Mike Lee (R-UT), and Congressman Sean Duffy (WI-07), today sent a letter to National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Assistant Secretary Lawrence Strickling, questioning the agency’s apparent violation of federal law in using federal funds to relinquish U.S. oversight of the Internet.

“As you know, Section 539 of the Fiscal Year 2016 Omnibus (Public Law No. 114-113) states, ‘None of the funds made available by this Act may be used to relinquish the responsibility of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, during fiscal year 2016, with respect to Internet domain name system functions, including responsibility with respect to the authoritative root zone file and the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority functions,’” the senators and congressman wrote.

“We believe that NTIA has violated that prohibition by funding projects whose only conceivable purpose is to facilitate the proposed transition of responsibility to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).”

Read the letter in its entirety here and below:

 

June 21, 2016

The Honorable Lawrence Strickling

Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information

National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

U.S. Department of Commerce

1401 Constitution Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20230

Dear Assistant Secretary Strickling:

We write regarding your agency’s apparent violation of federal law in using federal funds to relinquish its responsibility with respect to Internet domain name system functions, including responsibility with respect to the authoritative root zone file and the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority functions.

As you know, Section 539 of the Fiscal Year 2016 Omnibus (Public Law No. 114-113) states, “None of the funds made available by this Act may be used to relinquish the responsibility of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, during fiscal year 2016, with respect to Internet domain name system functions, including responsibility with respect to the authoritative root zone file and the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority functions.”

We believe that NTIA has violated that prohibition by funding projects whose only conceivable purpose is to facilitate the proposed transition of responsibility to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). For example, in March 2016, NTIA awarded a sole source contract to the Berkman Center at Harvard University in the amount of $18,690.00 to provide NTIA with an independent review and assessment of the transition. Specifically the presolicitation notice lists the “President and Fellows of Harvard College (Berkman Center), as the only capable source that can provide an independent review and assessment of a non-profit corporate governance structure designed for a multistakeholder setting in support of NTIA's broader evaluation and assessment of the proposal to enhance the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers' (ICANN's) accountability related to the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) Stewardship Transition.”[1]  This contract was awarded based on the false premise that Congress had “mandated the review prior to NTIA transitioning its stewardship of certain Internet technical functions to the global multistakeholder community, which is to be completed by June 30, 2016.”[2]  However, Congress never mandated such action.  To the contrary, Congress expressly mandated that no funds be used to relinquish the NTIA’s supervisory functions.  That would logically include any preparatory actions necessary to relinquish those functions. 

This is not the only example.  NTIA has also used agency resources in preparing a June 2016 report entitled IANA Stewardship Transition Proposal Assessment Report. In fact, NTIA admitted in this report that it “utilized a number of resources and tools” in “reviewing and assessing the IANA Stewardship Transition Proposal.”  As you know, in March 2014, NTIA asked ICANN to convene global stakeholders to develop a proposal for the transition of the Internet oversight functions currently performed by NTIA to the global stakeholder community. NTIA listed specific requirements that the transition proposal must include and further specified that it would not accept a proposal that replaces its role with a government-led or intergovernmental organization solution. Given NTIA’s own statements, it can only relinquish its responsibility if the transition proposal meets the agency’s established criteria. However, reviewing the transition proposal is prohibited by law because it would only be undertaken for the specific purpose of facilitating the proposed transition of responsibility to ICANN.  For the same reason, federal law also prohibits NTIA from certifying the relinquishment of its responsibility, a step that, as you stated during a recent Senate briefing, NTIA intends to take on August 15, 2016.

In order to assist us in understanding your agency’s handling of this important issue, please provide the following information for the time period from October 1, 2015, to the present:

1.     A list of all travel taken and meetings held involving NTIA employees, including the date and cost of each trip and meeting, for the purpose of reviewing, evaluating, planning, or coordinating the transition. Please include a list of NTIA employees involved in each trip and meeting.

2.     An itemized accounting of federal funds and resources used in preparing the June 2016 report entitled IANA Stewardship Transition Proposal Assessment Report. The itemized accounting should also include a list of NTIA employees, the number of hours spent per employee, and all documents involved in preparing the report.

3.     All contracts awarded during Fiscal Year 2016, including the cost of each contract, for the purpose of reviewing, evaluating, planning, or coordinating the transition.

4.     Any other expenditures made during Fiscal Year 2016 for the purpose of reviewing, evaluating, planning, or coordinating the transition.

Please provide the requested information as soon as possible, but no later than 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 28, 2016.

We appreciate your cooperation in this very important matter and look forward to your response at the stated date and time.  Please contact Sean McLean (Senator Cruz), Brittany Sadler (Senator Lankford), Andy Reuss (Senator Lee), and Ryan McCormack (Congressman Duffy) of our staffs if there are any questions regarding this request.

 

Sincerely,

Ted Cruz

United States Senator

James Lankford

United States Senator

Michael S. Lee

United States Senator

Sean P. Duffy

Member of Congress

 

cc: Mr. David Smith, Acting Inspector General, U.S. Department of Commerce

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Combating Radical Islamic Terrorism

2016/06/20

Monday, June 20, 2016

Dear Friends,

The recent terror attack in Orlando is a harsh reminder that radical Islamic terrorism is an existential threat to our way of life. 

In the House, we have passed several bills to address terrorist radicalization in America, and it's critical that the Senate and President now work to enact these measures. 

Below is a list of steps we have taken to confront terrorism head on:

BILLS TO ADDRESS TERRORIST RADICALIZATION IN AMERICA 
 
HR 4401 – Amplifying Local Efforts to Root out Terror (ALERT) Act: “Scales-up” efforts to counter radicalization and terrorist recruitment nationwide by allowing the government to better use existing fusion centers to reach out to communities.
 
HR 4820 – Combating Terrorist Recruitment Act: Requires DHS to use the testimonials of former extremists to fight back against terrorist recruiting of Americans.
 
HR 4407 – Counterterrorism Advisory Board Act: Establishes the central counterterrorism decision making body at DHS and sets the procedures for issuing terrorism alerts.

OTHER COUNTERTERRORISM BILLS 
 
HR 4239 – Tracking Foreign Fighters in Terrorist Safe Havens Act: Increases intelligence community focus on foreign fighter travel to/from emerging terrorist safe havens.
 
HR 4408 – National Strategy to Combat Terrorist Travel Act: Requires a U.S. national strategy on combating terrorist travel (for the first time in a decade) and requires future administrations to put forward regular action plans for fixing U.S. vulnerabilities to terrorist infiltration.
 
HR 4402 – Foreign Fighter Review Act: Requires top-to-bottom Administration review of instances where Americans became foreign fighters; requirement to identify and close security gaps.
 
HR 4314 – Counterterrorism Screening and Assistance Act: Quickly equips U.S. allies and high-risk countries with key counterterrorism tools (e.g. watchlisting/screening) for stopping terrorist travel and allows Administration to suspend foreign aid to countries who don’t close security gaps.
 
HR 4403 – Enhancing Overseas Traveler Vetting Act: Authorizes DHS and State to develop and provide new watchlisting/screening technologies to foreign governments.
 
HR 4240 – No Fly for Foreign Fighters Act: Requires comprehensive review of the terror watchlist to ensure past weaknesses have been fixed and to identify other vulnerabilities.

THANK A COP! In the wake of terrorism, we must remember to thank our men and women in blue who go to work every day to keep us safe. This week, our #ThankACopThursday shout-out was to the Orlando Police Department. Click the link below and "like" on our Facebook page.

 

RIB LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL COMES TO WASHINGTON: Some awesome eighth graders from Rib Lake came to DC, and it was an absolute blast hanging out with them. They are a great group of kids. If you and your family (or school group) are coming to DC, be sure to let my office know! Click the image below and "like" on our Facebook page.

 

Until next week!

God bless,

Sean Duffy

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Duffy Advances Corporate Governance Reform Bill

2016/06/16

Thursday, June 16, 2016

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Mark Bednar; 202-738-0744

Cassie Smedile; 816-726-1290

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Sean Duffy’s (WI-07) bill, the Corporate Governance Reform and Transparency Act (H.R. 5311), which he introduced with Congressman John Carney (DE-AL), advanced out of committee with bipartisan support markup. The Corporate Governance Reform and Transparency Act will protect investors and improve corporate governance of publicly-held companies by increasing transparency on and oversight of proxy advisory firms, which advise shareholders on key corporate governance decisions. Specifically, the bill would require requiring proxy advisory firms to:

•       register with the Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC),

•       disclose potential conflicts of interest,

•       make publicly available their methodologies for formulating proxy recommendations and analyses. 

The vote advanced out of Financial Services Committee markup in a bipartisan fashion with a vote of 41-18.

Below is an excerpt of Congressman Duffy’s opening remarks:

“My bill, the Corporate Governance Reform and Transparency Act, which I introduced with my good friend from Delaware, Mr. Carney, will foster accountability, transparency, responsiveness, and competition in the proxy advisory firm industry- thereby improving corporate governance and protecting investors. The role of proxy advisory firms in the US economy and in shaping corporate governance is of significant national importance.”

Watch Congressman Duffy’s remarks in support of the Corporate Governance Reform and Transparency Act by clicking HERE or the image below.

 

 

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Duffy Announces “Mobile Offices Hours” For Veterans & Active Duty Service Members

2016/06/13

Monday, June 13, 2016

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Mark Bednar; 202-738-0744

Cassie Smedile; 816-726-1290

Veterans Outreach Representative:

Callahan Krivanek; 715-808-8160

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Sean Duffy (WI-07) today announced that a member of his team, Callahan Krivanek, will host “mobile office hours” throughout the summer in order to discuss veterans and military issues with our district’s veterans and active duty service members. He will hold several of these sessions throughout the district.

Below is a preliminary list of “mobile office hours” locations and dates. Any changes or additions to this list will be updated on Facebook and Congressman Duffy’s Website:

 

  • Price County: June 15, 12:00PM-4:00PM
    • Price County Courthouse, Room 104, 126 Cherry Street, Phillips, WI 54555
    • Contact: Tony Lueck; 715-339-5157; tony.lueck@co.price.wi.us

 

  • Barron County: June 23, 12:00PM-4:00PM

 

  • Taylor County: July 19, 12:00PM-4:00PM
    • Northcentral Technical College Campus, 1001 Progressive Ave, Medford, WI Room #125
    • Contact: Jeff Hein; 715-748-1488; jeff.hein@co.taylor.wi.us

 

  • Rusk County: July 21, 12:00PM-4:00PM

 

  • Polk County: July 26, 12:00PM-4:00PM
    • 100 Polk County Plaza, Balsam Lake, County Board Room
    • Contact: Rick Gates; 715-485-9243

 

 

 

 

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Duffy Sends Letter To CFTC Expressing Concern About Proposed Rule

2016/06/10

Friday, June 10, 2016

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Mark Bednar; 202-738-0744

Cassie Smedile; 816-726-1290

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Sean Duffy (WI-07) today sent a letter to the Chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to express concern over the lack of due process protections in the CFTC's proposed Regulation Algorithmic Trading (known as "Reg AT").

The bipartisan letter, which was signed by the chairman and ranking member of the Agriculture Subcommittee on Commodity Exchanges, Energy and Credit (which has jurisdiction over the CFTC) and two former chairman of the Agriculture Committee (including the current chairman of the Judiciary Committee), encourages the CFTC to amend its rule which would allow the CFTC and Department of Justice to have on-demand access to certain market participants' trading codes without a subpoena. 

Below is an excerpt from the letter to the CFTC:

"Like Coca-Cola, employees of automated trading firms with access to company secrets sign lengthy legal agreements protecting those secrets even beyond their employment. We are sympathetic to industry objections to allowing non-employees open access to source code without the added oversight and protections of a subpoena process. We also share the concerns about the precedential value the rule could have if technology companies are forced to comply with this provision." 

 

Click HERE to read the letter to the CFTC in its entirety.

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Duffy Sends Letter To CFTC Expressing Concern About Proposed Rule

2016/06/10

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Sean Duffy (WI-07) today sent a letter to the Chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to express concern over the lack of due process protections in the CFTC's proposed Regulation Algorithmic Trading (known as "Reg AT").

The bipartisan letter, which was signed by the chairman and ranking member of the Agriculture Subcommittee on Commodity Exchanges, Energy and Credit (which has jurisdiction over the CFTC) and two former chairman of the Agriculture Committee (including the current chairman of the Judiciary Committee), encourages the CFTC to amend its rule which would allow the CFTC and Department of Justice to have on-demand access to certain market participants' trading codes without a subpoena. 

Below is an excerpt from the letter to the CFTC:

"Like Coca-Cola, employees of automated trading firms with access to company secrets sign lengthy legal agreements protecting those secrets even beyond their employment. We are sympathetic to industry objections to allowing non-employees open access to source code without the added oversight and protections of a subpoena process. We also share the concerns about the precedential value the rule could have if technology companies are forced to comply with this provision." 

Click HERE to read the letter to the CFTC in its entirety.

 

 

 

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WSAW: Duffy's Plan To Fix Puerto Rico Debt Crisis Passes Senate

2016-06-30 13:54:32


Duffy on CNN: Obama & Democrats Not Addressing Threat Of Radical Islamic Terrorism

2016-06-23 12:29:44


Duffy To Yellen: Businesses Say Regs Are Economic Headwind, Why Doesn't Fed?

2016-06-22 22:05:35


Duffy To WAOW: We Must "Decimate & Destroy" ISIS

2016-06-21 14:12:14


Duffy Emphasizes Need For Improving Investor Protection & Corporate Governance

2016-06-15 19:08:04


FBN's Charles Payne Discuss Concerns About Giving Up Internet Control To Intl. Body

2016-06-15 14:48:43


Duffy's Bill To Honor Glenwood City Hero Signed Into Law

2016-06-15 11:15:17


Duffy To Fox Business: Foreign Body Controlling Internet Could Shut Down Our Free Speech

2016-06-13 18:34:00


Fox Business: Duffy & Cruz Internet Plan Prevents Obama Giving It Away

2016-06-11 12:24:35


Duffy: Puerto Rico Bill Doesn't Bail Anyone Out With Taxpayer Money

2016-06-10 13:01:08


Duffy: Congress Has A "Unified Voice" To Help Puerto Rico

2016-06-09 17:38:30


WSAW: Duffy Introduces Bill "To Help Puerto Rico"

2016-05-20 15:25:18


Duffy Calls Out Obama Admin’s Liberal Group Slush Fund

2016-05-19 14:45:28


Duffy Blasts Obama's DOJ For Closed-Door Tactics To Send Money To Liberal Activist Groups

2016-05-19 14:45:03


Duffy on MSNBC: Fix Puerto Rico's Finances With "No Bailout"

2016-05-18 16:10:24


Duffy on CNN: No Taxpayer Money To Puerto Rico To Bail Them Out

2016-05-11 22:22:14


Duffy On CNBC: No Wisconsin Taxpayer Dollars For Puerto Rico Fix

2016-05-10 23:49:42


Duffy Questions Witnesses During Select Panel on Infant Lives

2016-04-20 19:56:58


3 former U.S. Attorneys Agree: Justice Depart. Should Investigate Sale of Infant Body Parts

2016-04-20 19:48:35


This Puerto Rico Bill Holds the Right People Accountable

2016-04-18 00:16:01


Contact Information

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Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-3365
Fax 202-225-3240
duffy.house.gov

Committee Assignments

Financial Services

Congressman Sean Duffy was born and raised in Hayward, Wisconsin. His great, great grandfather was one of the state’s early pioneers and a laborer for the Northwestern Lumber Company. His great grandfather, one of Hayward’s founding settlers, was a sawyer for 27 years.

Congressman Duffy has never strayed far from his roots, becoming a nationally recognized professional lumberjack athlete. He is a two-time world champion in the 90-foot speed climb, three-time champion in the 60-foot and an accomplished log-roller. Sean has been a color commentator for ESPN’s Great Outdoor Games, as well as a Badger State Games Honorary Athlete and takes pride in bringing national attention to a sport with vital roots in Wisconsin’s proud history.
The tenth of eleven siblings, Congressman Duffy worked his way through law school by performing in lumberjack shows and exhibitions across the state of Wisconsin and around the country. After graduating from law school he practiced law for two years in Hayward before becoming a special prosecutor in Ashland, Wisconsin. Shortly thereafter, he became the acting assistant D.A, and later the District Attorney of Ashland County. He is most proud of his dedication to prosecuting child sex crimes. Working together with law enforcement, Congressman Duffy helped make Ashland County one of the first counties in the state to investigate and prosecute child Internet sex crimes.

Congressman Duffy met his wife Rachel Campos-Duffy, an Arizona native, through the MTV show, “The Real World,” Together, they are the proud parents of six children: Evita, Jack, Lucia-Belen, John-Paul, Paloma, and MariaVictoria.


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