(Madison) John Jagler was sworn in as Senator for the 13th Senate District of Wisconsin Friday. The Watertown-native previously served as the representative for the 37th Assembly District since 2014 and was elected to the senate in a special election. Jagler says he is grateful for his family and friends who supported him through the race. He says he is also grateful for the people of the thirteenth senate district for putting their trust in him, adding that he will not forget that he has to earn that trust. Jagler succeeds Congressman Scott Fitzgerald who was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in November. The swearing in ceremony took place in the senate chambers and was attended by the Jagler’s family and a small group of close friends. The oath of office was administered by Wisconsin Supreme Court Chief Justice Patience Roggensack.
Photo: Senator John Jagler at swearing in. The bible is being held by his daughter Grace.