MADISON, Wis. (WSAU) -- The Wisconsin Assembly Majority Leader may be removed from his post amid allegations of sexual harrassment.
Waukesha Republican Bill Kramer has been accused of sexually harassing a female lobbyist and at least one other woman during a fundraiser in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
Assembly Republicans will take a vote to remove him from his position on Tuesday.
According to his office, Kramer has checked into a treatment facility and would have no further comment.
Kramer is in his fourth term and was elected Majority Leader in September, following Representative Scott Suder’s departure from the post.