Wisconsin County Clerks Association

Registered Principal Details

Business Or Interest:
For over 105 years, the Wisconsin County Clerks Association (WCCA) has been organized to provide timely and accurate information in order to help improve the operation of the county clerk's office and better serve the public. The WCCA is comprised of the 72 county clerks in Wisconsin, and it promotes excellence in the administration of elections and county government.

Lobbying Interests:
We provide professional input on bills affecting election administration, county government, and the duties and powers of constitutional officers.

CEO Name:
Jamie Aulik

Contact
SJ
Sandy Juno
305 E. Walnut Street P.O. Box 23600
Green Bay, WI 54305
(920) 448-4016
(920) 448-4021
juno_sl@co.brown.wi.us
http://www.wisconsincountyclerks.org

Authorized Lobbyists

Lobbyist Name Exclusive Duties Authorized On Withdrawn On
Jamie Aulik Exclusive Duties N/A Authorized On 7/7/2015 Withdrawn On 12/30/2015
Sandy Juno Exclusive Duties N/A Authorized On 1/6/2016 Withdrawn On N/A

Lobbying Interests

Legislative Bills/Resolutions

Assembly Bill 164
Assembly Bill 164
Relating to: various election law changes.

Bill Text and History

For
Notification Date
4/22/2015
First Communication Date
N/A
Communication Information
The principal, a lobbyist authorized by the principal, or another individual acting on behalf of the principal do not intend to communicate on this matter.
Comments
The WCCA strongly supports this bill because it brings a good dose of common sense reform to our election administration system. Ensuring that election laws make sense is in the interest of voters, election officials, the election system as a whole.
Assembly Bill 189
Assembly Bill 189
Relating to: authorizing Wisconsin to enter into agreements to share information related to the registration and voting of electors.

Bill Text and History

Against
Notification Date
6/24/2015
First Communication Date
N/A
Communication Information
The principal, a lobbyist authorized by the principal, or another individual acting on behalf of the principal do not intend to communicate on this matter.
Comments
County clerks care about ensuring the integrity of elections, and while we oppose the bill as currently drafted, we would support the bill if language adding an agreement with the Election Registration Information Center (ERIC) were included.
Assembly Joint Resolution 5
Assembly Joint Resolution 5
Relating to: deleting from the constitution the office of state treasurer (first consideration).

Bill Text and History

Against
Notification Date
2/6/2015
First Communication Date
N/A
Communication Information
The principal, a lobbyist authorized by the principal, or another individual acting on behalf of the principal do not intend to communicate on this matter.
Comments
The WCCA opposes this joint resolution because it strips people of a voice in their government, reduces accountability, and weakens checks and balances within state government.
Assembly Joint Resolution 85
Assembly Joint Resolution 85
Relating to: option for each county to combine the offices of county clerk, register of deeds, and treasurer (first consideration).

Bill Text and History

Against
Notification Date
11/20/2015
First Communication Date
N/A
Communication Information
The principal, a lobbyist authorized by the principal, or another individual acting on behalf of the principal do not intend to communicate on this matter.
Senate Bill 121
Senate Bill 121
Relating to: various election law changes.

Bill Text and History

2015 Wisconsin Act 37

For
Notification Date
4/22/2015
First Communication Date
N/A
Communication Information
The principal, a lobbyist authorized by the principal, or another individual acting on behalf of the principal do not intend to communicate on this matter.
Comments
The WCCA strongly supports this bill because it brings a good dose of common sense reform to our election administration system. Ensuring that election laws make sense is in the interest of voters, election officials, the election system as a whole.
Senate Joint Resolution 4
Senate Joint Resolution 4
Relating to: deleting from the constitution the office of state treasurer (first consideration).

Bill Text and History

Against
Notification Date
6/30/2015
First Communication Date
N/A
Communication Information
The principal, a lobbyist authorized by the principal, or another individual acting on behalf of the principal do not intend to communicate on this matter.
Comments
The WCCA opposes this joint resolution because it strips people of a voice in their government, reduces accountability, and weakens checks and balances within state government.

Total Lobbying Effort

  2015
January - June
2015
July - December
2016
January - June
2016
July - December
Total
Total Lobbying Expenditures 2015
January - June
$0.00
2015
July - December
$0.00
2016
January - June
$0.00
2016
July - December
$0.00
Total $0.00
Total Hours Communicating 2015
January - June
0.00
2015
July - December
0.00
2016
January - June
0.00
2016
July - December
0.00
Total 0.00
Total Hours Other 2015
January - June
0.00
2015
July - December
0.00
2016
January - June
0.00
2016
July - December
0.00
Total 0.00

Percent Allocation of Lobbying Effort

Legislative Bills/Resolutions

No legislative bills/resolutions found.

Budget Bill Subjects

No budget bill subjects found.

Administrative Rulemaking Proceedings

No administrative rulemaking proceedings found.

Topics Not Yet Assigned A Bill Or Rule Number

No topics found.

Minor Efforts

No minor efforts found.

Other Matters

Includes time spent on:

  • Gubernatorial nominations
  • Matters on which the organization made no lobbying communication

Other Matters
2015
January - June
2015
July - December
2016
January - June
2016
July - December
Total
2015
January - June
100 %
2015
July - December
100 %
2016
January - June
100 %
2016
July - December
100 %
Total < 1%

Filed Statements of Lobbying Activity and Expenditures

This organization is one of fewer than 10 organizations registered with the Wisconsin Ethics Commission that is exempt from semi-annual reporting of its lobbying hours and expenditures. Instead of the semi-annual report the organization has submitted a written pledge not to spend more than $500 per year on lobbying. This organization is obliged to abide by the same standards of conduct as pertain to other organizations that retain lobbyists and to identify each bill or rule on which it has a lobbying communication.