Reid Ribble

Reid Ribble served six years in Congress as the Representative from the 8th district of Wisconsin. During his tenure, he served on the Agriculture, Transportation and Infrastructure, Budget and Finance, and Foreign Affairs Committees, where he was the vice chairman of the Committee on Emerging Threats. Reid fought to bring common sense back to government through his legislative work and introduced constitutional amendments requiring a balanced budget and mandating term limits.  Before running for Congress, Ribble was the president of his own roofing company in Kaukana, Wisconsin for more than 30 years and after his Congressional tenure, he became the CEO of the Roofing Contractors Association.  Ribble is currently the first Practitioner in Residence at the University of Wisconsin’s Green Bay Political Science Program, where he provides opportunities for students and the community to discuss critical topics in American democracy.