Bill Kramer Ends Political Run After Harassment Allegations

State representative from Waukesha remains in treatment following sexual harassment allegations.

Bill Kramer
Bill Kramer

State Rep. Bill Kramer, R-Waukesha, will not continue his political career after being accused of sexual harassment by two women earlier this year. The politician filed his declaration of non-candidacy with the Government Accountability Board, according to Wisconsin Radio Network.

Kramer  - who remains in treatment, according to WisPolitics - was up for election in November. He was stripped of his leadership role among the GOP after the allegations surfaced.

Kramer is accused of “groping” one women and making inappropriate comments to another women while on a fundraiser trip in Washington, D.C., according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Who would you like to see run for the 97th Assembly District seat in November?

Mr Lundt March 25, 2014 at 06:23 PM
Too bad.... a real waste of talent. He threw away a promising career. Hopefully he gets better.


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