Kerkman to use Western Kenosha County Transit for mobile office hours

State Rep. Samantha Kerkman (R-Randall) will hold mobile office hours throughout the 66th Assembly District on Tuesday, May 18 in a unique way.

She will kick off her office hours tour at Aurora Medical in Twin Lakes at 9:30 a.m. From there, she will travel aboard the Western Kenosha County Transit bus to Paddock Lake, stopping at Village Plaza. The tour will continue through Silver Lake,

State Rep. Samantha Kerkman

Camp Lake, Salem, Trevor, Antioch, and Bristol before ending in Twin Lakes at 11:30 a.m.

“I’m very excited to get out on the road and meet with constituents to discuss their thoughts and concerns relating to state government,” said Rep. Kerkman. “I am hopeful that by visiting multiple communities throughout the district, more residents of the district will be able to meet with me and voice any concerns they have over the work that was done during the 2009-2010 session and the work that still lies ahead of our state.”

Area residents who wish to ride the public bus with Rep. Kerkman will need to pay $2 before boarding. The price is good for one trip. For more information about the Western Kenosha County Transit system, please call 1-888-203-3498 or visit



  1. Julie Schroeder says:

    I find it sadly ironic, yet somewhat amusing, that for PR Mrs. Kerkman is using the same public transportation that she voted against last summer by voting against the state budget. See the following link:

    Funding for Western Kenosha County Transit is provided by the county and the state DOT. Mrs. Kerkman can thank the 49 Democrats and 1 independent who voted to pass the budget for her cheap ride around her district. If it were up to her vote, she’d be walking.

  2. taxpayer says:

    I’m glad Rep. Kerkman voted against the budget passed by big-spending democrats last year. This one vote raised our taxes by BILLIONS of dollars.

    As for the bus that runs in the county, it’s just another taxpayer funded boondoggle that the democrats love. It needs to be done away with to help ease the burden on us taxpayers. At least with Rep. Kerkman riding it on May 18th, we’ll know the bus isn’t sucking taxpayer dollars while driving around the county empty — for at least one day.

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