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					        32nd Assembly District
                             Doug HarroD
                                                    Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                      Harrod for Assembly
                                                                        W18156 Cty Hwy B
                                                                     Genoa City, WI 53128
                                                                             (262) 279.3681
                                                                   doug@the-harrods.com
                                                                 PAC Contributions: Not Accepted




       D
              oug Harrod is a 40 year high
              school teacher and coach. He
              is currently teaching Health at
       Badger High School in Lake Geneva,
       Wisconsin. In addition to his teaching
       background, Harrod has 20 years of
       experience in small business. Harrod
       is married and has three children. His
       wife, Kathryn, is a health care pro-
       fessional and the Walworth County
       Democratic Chair. Zachary, his son, is
       a missionary in Prague, Czech Repub-
       lic with Athletes in Action/Campus
       Crusade for Christ. Megan, his older
       daughter, works for Carlson Market-
       ing in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mi-
       kaela, the youngest child, is an 8th
       grade student at Lake Geneva Middle
       School.




       District Information:
       All of the following territory constitutes the 32nd assembly district: (1) Kenosha County. That part of
       Kenosha County consisting of the town of Wheat land. (2) Walworth County. That part of Walworth
       County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Bloomfield, Darien, Delavan, Geneva, Linn,
       Lyons, Sharon, and Walworth. (b) The villages of Darien, Fontana-on-Geneva Lake, Sharon, Walworth,
       and Williams Bay. (c) That part of the village of Genoa City located in the county. (d) The cities of Dela-
       van and Lake Geneva.
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                                                   ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        34th Assembly District
                                                                                  Paul Tubbs
                                                   Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                      Tubbs for Assembly
                                                                4205 W. Lake George Rd.
                                                                               PO Box 253
                                                                   Rhinelander, WI 54501
                                                                            (715) 362.5982
                                                                       pt4205@yahoo.com
                                                               www.tubbs4assembly.com
                                                                      PAC Contributions: Accepted




       P
             aul Tubbs is a retired guidance
             counselor for the Rhinelander
             School District and has lived
       in Rhinelander for over 30 years.
       Following his retirement in 2003, he
       remained active in the community as
       a member of the Rhinelander School
       Board, a Board Member of the Town of
       Pelican Community Club, in addition
       to other various regional and local or-
       ganizations. This is Paul’s second run
       for the 34th Assembly District.




       District Information:
       Thirty-fourth assembly district. All of the following territory constitutes the 34th assembly district:
       (1) Whole county. Vilas County. (2) Oneida County. That part of Oneida County consisting of all of
       the following: (a) The towns of Crescent, Enterprise, Hazelhurst, Lake Tomahawk, Minocqua, Monico,
       Newbold, Pelican, Piehl, Pine Lake, Schoepke, Stella, Sugar Camp, Three Lakes, and Woodruff. 36 (b)
       The city of Rhinelander.

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                                                  ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        35th Assembly District
                             Jay scHmelling
                                                Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                            We Support Jay Schmelling
                                                                 N1206 Cain Creek Rd.
                                                                     Merrill, WI 54452
                                                                         (715) 218.8251
                                                             jayschmelling@gmail.com
                                                      www.schmellingforwisconsin.org
                                                                 PAC Contributions: Accepted




       J  ay Schmelling is the Executive
          Director of Wisconsin Pipe Trades
          Association and is an active mem-
       ber of the Bio-Industry Alliance. He
       and his wife reside outside of Merrill
       in Lincoln County.




       District Information:
       Assembly District 35 includes all of the following territory: (1) Whole county. Lincoln County. (2)
       Langlade County. That part of Langlade County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of
       Ackley, Ainsworth, Antigo, Elcho, Neva, Norwood, Parrish, Peck, Rolling, Summit, Upham, and
       Vilas. (b) The city of Antigo. (3) Marathon County. That part of Marathon County consisting of all
       of the following: (a) The towns of Halsey, Hamburg, Harrison, and Hewitt. (b) The village of Athens.
       (4) Oneida County. That part of Oneida County consisting of the towns of Cassian, Little Rice,
p.42   Lynne, Nokomis, and Woodboro.
                                                 ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        36th Assembly District
                           sTan gruszynski
                                                   Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                               Friends of Stan Gruszynski
                                                                                 Po Box 44
                                                                     Porterfield, WI 54159
                                                                             (715) 735.9038
                                                          friendsofgruszynski@gmail.com
                                                         www.gruszynskiforassembly.com
                                                                     PAC Contributions: Accepted




       S
            tan Gruszynski has been the                        1000 Friends of Wisconsin. He is also
            Director of the Rural Leadership                   a former member of the Isaac Walton
            and Community Development                          League. In addition, Gruszynski has
       Program at UW-Stevens Point for                         served on a number of volunteer boards
       the past five years. Prior positions                    for community organizations. Stan
       include Wisconsin Public Affairs                        lives in Porterfield, next to the prop-
       Director for the US Department of                       erty which includes the Gruszynski
       Agriculture Rural Development and                       Family Farm. He was born at St.
       71st District Representative to the                     Joseph’s Hospital in Menominee, MI
       Wisconsin Assembly. While in the                        and attended Marinette area primary
       legislature, Gruszynski was cited by                    and secondary schools. Gruszynski is
       numerous state and civic organiza-                      a graduate of Northland College in
       tions for his dedication and service                    Ashland, and has lived in northern
       to the people of Wisconsin. Prior                       Wisconsin all his life. He has four adult
       work experiences include public and                     children and two grandchildren.
       private sector organizational manage-
       ment, farming, and building trades.
       Gruszynski currently serves on the
       Board of Directors of: Common Cause,
       the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences,
       Arts and Letters, the Wisconsin
       League of Conservation Voters, and



       District Information:
       All of the following territory constitutes the 36th Assembly District: (1) Whole Counties of Florence,
       Forest and Menominee. (2)(a) That Part of Langlade County consisting of the towns of Evergreen, Lan-
       glade, Polar, Price, and Wolf River; (b) the village of White Lake. (3)(a) That part of Marinette County
       consisting of the towns of Amberg, Athelstone, Beecher, Dunbar, Goodman, Lake, Middle Inlet, Niagara,
       Pembine, Porterfield, Silver Cliff, Stephenson, Wagner and Wausaukee; (b) the villages of Crivitz and
       Wausaukee; (c) the city of Niagara. (4)(a) That part of Marathon County consisting of the town of El-
       deron; (b) the village of Elderon and that part of the village of Birnamwood that is in Marathon County.
       (5) That part of the Oconto County consisting of the towns of Doty, Lakewood, Mountain, Riverview
       and Townsend. (6)(a) That part of Shawano County consisting of the towns of Almon, Aniwa, Bartelme,
       Birnamwood, Hutchins, Red Springs and Wittenberg; (b) the villages of Mattoon, Wittenberg and that
       part of the village of Birnamwood that is in Shawano County.
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                                                  ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        37th Assembly District
                            anDy Jorgensen
                                                  Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                              Friends of Andy Jorgensen
                                                                          1424 Endl Blvd
                                                                 Fort Atkinson WI 53538
                                                                           (920) 222.6056
                                                                jorgiejorgensen@aol.com
                                                                     PAC Contributions: Accepted




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             epresentative Andy Jorgensen                      Fort Atkinson for sixteen years. He is
             was elected to the Assembly in                    married to his wife, Toni, and they have
             2006. Jorgensen serves on the                     three children: Jens, Myles and Camryn.
       following Assembly Committees:
       Agriculture, Biofuels and Sustainable
       Energy, Consumer Protection and
       Personal Privacy, and Rural Affairs.
       Prior to his election to the Assembly,
       Jorgensen was an employee at Gen-
       eral Motors in Janesville for eleven
       years and was an active member of
       UAW Local 95. At GM, he acted as a
       shop steward and chairperson of the
       public relations committee in addition
       to serving on the education, veterans
       and community action committees.
       Jorgensen grew up on his family’s
       dairy farm. After college, he had a
       successful radio career as WFAW’s
       popular morning radio personality,
       “Andy Arbuckle”. He has been a
       Den leader for Cub Scout Pack 137, a
       Sunday School teacher at his family’s
       church, Trinity Lutheran, and a class-
       room aide at his children’s school,
       Luther Elementary. He has lived in



       District Information:
       (1) Dane County. That part of Dane County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Albion,
       Christiana, and Deerfield.(b) The villages of Deerfield and Rochdale. (c) That part of the village of
       Cambridge located in the county. (2) Jefferson County. That part of Jefferson County consisting of all of
       the following: (a) The towns of Aztalan, Jefferson, Koshkonong, Lake Mills, Milford, Oakland, Sumner,
       Waterloo, and Watertown. (b) That part of the town of Ixonia comprising wards 1, 3, and 4. (c) That part
       of the village of Cambridge located in the county. (d) The cities of Fort Atkinson, Jefferson, Lake Mills,
p.44   and Waterloo.
                                                    ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        38th Assembly District
                                                                                         Dick Pas
                                                    Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                      Dick Pas for Wisconsin State Assembly
                                                                          662 E. Juneau Ave.
                                                                    Oconomowoc, WI 53066
                                                                               (262) 576.7570
                                                                         gpas@sbcglobal.net
                                                                       PAC Contributions: Accepted




       D
               ick Pas is a Wisconsin native,                    estate broker. He is the proud holder
               married with two children. His                    of Wisconsin fishing and hunting li-
               wife Gerry is co-founder of The                   censes since his teenage years. The
       Women's Center, Inc. in Waukesha.                         Oconomowoc Enterprise calls him
       Since 1990, Pas has been president                        "river watchdog". Pas is co-author of
       and co-owner of a Wisconsin mort-                         a book covering a broad range of real
       gage lender which has provided more                       estate and mortgage lending topics
       than $500 million in mortgage loans                       published this year. Pas is a gradu-
       to Wisconsin borrowers. Previous-                         ate of Wauwatosa East and West High
       ly, Pas served as counsel to the U.S.                     Schools, Williams College with a BA in
       Small Business Administration with                        economics and the UW Law School.
       additional duties as Acting Branch
       Manager. He was active at church
       and as a member and co-chair of
       Waukesha Ducks Unlimited. Pas is a
       co-founder of the Trailbreaker Mara-
       thon, Half Marathon and 5K Run, a
       charity event with over 7,000 partici-
       pants in its 16+ years.
       Pas served as 2nd Lt, 1st Lt and Cap-
       tain in the U.S. Army Reserves. He is a
       member of the State Bar of Wisconsin
       and also a Wisconsin licensed real



       District Information:
       All of the following territory constitutes the 38th assembly district: (1) Columbia County. That part of
       Columbia County consisting of that part of the city of Columbus located in the county. (2) Dodge County.
       That part of Dodge County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Ashippun, Clyman, Elba,
       Emmet, Hustisford, Lebanon, Lowell, Portland, and Shields. (b) The villages of Clyman, Hustisford, Low-
       ell, and Reeseville. (c) That part of the city of Watertown located in the county. (d) Dodge County. That
       part of Dodge County consisting of that part of the city of Columbus located in the county. (3) Jefferson
       County. That part of Jefferson County consisting of all of the following: (a) That part of the town of Ixonia
       comprising ward 2. (b) That part of the city of Watertown located in the county. (4) Waukesha County.
       That part of Waukesha County consisting of all of the following: (a) The town of Oconomowoc. (b) The
       village of Lac La Belle. (c) That part of the city of Oconomowoc comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.
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                                                   ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        39th Assembly District
                             aaron onsruD
                                                Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                 Onsrud for Assembly
                                                                            PO Box 912
                                                                Beaver Dam, WI 53916
                                                                         (920) 885.4776
                                                               aeonsrud@hotmail.com
                                                              www.onsrudforyou.com
                                                            PAC Contributions: Not Accepted




       A
              aron Onsrud is a member of
              the Beaver Dam City Council.
              Aaron attended the University
       of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and has
       worked for several years assisting
       seniors in the Long Term Care industry.
       Aaron served as Vice Chair of the
       Dodge County Democratic Party and
       as a board member of the Beaver Dam
       Noon Kiwanis and Habitat for Human-
       ity. He is a member of the Friends of
       Dodge County Parks, Dodge County
        Friends of Horicon Marsh, Friends of
       Beaver Dam Library, and the Dodge
       County Historical Society. Aaron and
       his wife attend services at St. Marks
       Episcopal Church in Beaver Dam.




       District Information:
       Assembly District 39 includes all of the following territory: (1) Columbia County. That part of
       Columbia County consisting of that part of the village of Randolph located in the county. (2) Dodge
       County. That part of Dodge County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Beaver Dam,
       Burnett, Calamus, Chester, Fox Lake, Herman, Hubbard, Leroy, Lomira, Oak Grove, Rubicon, Tren-
       ton, Westford, and Williams town. (b) The villages of Brownsville, Iron Ridge, Kekoskee, Lomira, and
       Neosho. (c) That part of the village of Randolph located in the county. (d) The cities of Beaver Dam,
p.46   Fox Lake, Horicon, Juneau, and Maxville.
                                                 ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        40th Assembly District
                                                                           kevin kueHl
                                                   Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                      Kuehl for Assembly
                                                                               PO Box 703
                                                                       Waupaca, WI 54913
                                                                             (715) 258.9439
                                                                      catville@charter.net
                                                                   kuehlforassembly.com
                                                               PAC Contributions: Not Accepted




       K
               evin Kuehl lives in Waupaca
               with his wife of 19 years, Cathy.
               He has a degree in Metallurgi-
       cal Engineering from the University
       of Illinois. He has worked for Thyssen
       Krupp in Waupaca for the last 10 years
       as a Metallurgist, after moving to Wis-
       consin from west–central Illinois. He
       and Cathy have been active members
       of the Waupaca-Waushara Democrats
       for several years. Kuehl has written
       several resolutions for the state party
       convention and has been serving on
       the Democratic Party of Wisconsin’s
       Platform and Resolutions Committee
       for the last two years.




       District Information:
       All of the following territory constitutes the 40th assembly district: (1) Outagamie County. That part
       of Outagamie County consisting of all of the following: (a) The town of Hottonia. (b) The village of
       Hortonville. (c) That part of the city of New London located in the county. (2) Shawano County. That
       part of Shawano County consisting of that part of the city of Marion located in the county. (3) Waupaca
       County. That part of Waupaca County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Bear Creek,
       Caledonia, Dayton, Dupont, Farmington, Harrison, Helvetia, Iola, Larrabee, Lebanon, Lind, Little Wolf,
       Mukwa, Royalton, St. Lawrence, Scandinavia, Union, Waupaca, Weyauwega, and Wyoming. (b) The
       villages of Big Falls, Iola, Ogdensburg, and Scandinavia. (c) The cities of Clintonville, Manawa, Wau-
       paca, and Weyauwega. (d) That part of the city of Marion located in the county. (e) That part of the city
       of New London located in the county.
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                                                  ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        41st Assembly District
                            scoTT milHeiser
                                                     Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                 Scott Milheiser for Assembly
                                                                                   PO Box 564
                                                                           Fremont, WI 54940
                                                                                (920) 446.2775
                                                        scott.milheiser4assembly@yahoo.com
                                                                    www.ScottMilheiser.com
                                                                 PAC Contributions: Not Accepted




       S
            cott Milheiser has been a paper-
            maker and union member for the
            past nineteen years at Appleton
       Coated. He serves as a union steward.
       Milheiser and his wife, Nancy, have
       a blended family of six children and
       one grandchild. A lifelong Wisconsin
       resident, he was born in Neenah,
       graduated from Winneconne High
       School, and has lived in Fremont for
       the last nine years. He has been active
       in campaigns on the local, state and
       national level. Milheiser’s volunteer
       work includes the Jaycees and the
       Salvation Army.




       District Information:
       Forty-first assembly district. All of the following territory constitutes the 41st assembly district: (1) Whole
       county. Green Lake County. (2) Fond du Lac County. That part of Fond du Lac County consisting of all of
       the following: (a) The towns of Alto, Metomen, and Ripon. (b) The villages of Brandon and Fair water. (c)
       The city of Ripon. (3) Marquette County. That part of Marquette County consisting of all of the following:
       (a) The towns of Crystal Lake, Mecan, Neshkoro, and Newton. (b) The village of Neshkoro. (4) Waupaca
       County. That part of Waupaca County consisting of all of the following: (a) The town of Fremont. (b) The
       village of Fremont. (5) Waushara County. That part of Waushara County consisting of all of the following:
       (a) The towns of Aurora, Bloomfield, Coloma, Dakota, Leon, Marion, Mount Morris, Poysippi, Richford,
       Saxeville, Springwater, Warren, and Wautoma. (b) The villages of Coloma, Lohrville, Redgranite, and
       Wild Rose. (c) The city of Wautoma. (d) That part of the city of Berlin located in the county.
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                                                    ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        42nd Assembly District
                                                                                FreD clark
                                                    Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                        Clark for Assembly
                                                                                PO Box 383
                                                                         Baraboo, WI 53913
                                                                             (608) 356.3342
                                                               fred@clarkforwisconsin.org
                                                               www.clarkforwisconsin.org
                                                                       PAC Contributions: Accepted




       F
            red Clark is a conservationist,
            consulting forester and the owner
            of Clark Forestry, Inc., located in
       Baraboo. Clark Forestry has provided
       forestry consulting and services to
       family forest owners, farmers, envi-
       ronmental groups, and government
       agencies throughout Wisconsin since
       1995. Prior to this, Clark worked as
       a Senior Forester with Wisconsin
       Department of Natural Resources, and
       as an ecologist with Wisconsin Chapter
       of The Nature Conservancy. Clark
       was appointed to represent Columbia
       County on the Lower Wisconsin Riv-
       erway Board by Governor Thompson
       in 1998, and to the Wisconsin Council
       on Forestry by Governor Doyle in 2004.




       District Information:
       All of the following territory constitutes the 42nd assembly district: (1) Adams County. That part of
       Adams County consisting of all of the following: 42 (a) The towns of Dell Prairie and New Haven. (b)
       That part of the city of Wisconsin Dells located in the county. (2) Columbia County. That part of Columbia
       County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Caledonia, Fort Winnebago, Lewiston, Marcel-
       lon, Newport, and Wyocena. (b) The villages of Pardeeville and Wyocena. (c) The city of Portage. (d) That
       part of the city of Wisconsin Dells located in the county. (3) Marquette County. That part of Marquette
       County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Buffalo, Douglas, Harris, Montello, Mound-
       ville, Oxford, Packwaukee, Shields, and Westfield. (b) The villages of Endeavor and Oxford. (c) The city of
       Montello. (4) Sauk County. That part of Sauk County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of
       Baraboo, Delton, Fairfield, and Greenfield. (b) The villages of Lake Delton and West Baraboo. (c) The city of
p.49   Baraboo. (d) That part of the city of Wisconsin Dells located in the county.
                                                   ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        43rd Assembly District
                                                                                kim Hixson
                                                    Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                Let’s Re-Elect Kim Hixson
                                                                       327 S. Woodland Dr.
                                                                     Whitewater, WI 53190
                                                                              (920) 650.1520
                                                                   KimHixson@gmail.com
                                                                     www.kimhixson.com
                                                                     PAC Contributions: PAC’d Out




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             epresentative Kim Hixson was                        detention facility guard and shift su-
             elected to the State Assembly                       pervisor, an advertising copywriter,
             in 2006. Hixson serves on the                       a television promotion manager, and
       following Assembly Committees:                            as a teacher. He is the proud father of
       Financial Institutions, Aging and                         two daughters and one son and has
       Long Term Care, Education, and Rural                      been married for 22 years.
       Economic Development. Hixson
       served two terms on the Whitewater
       Common Council, including a year
       as Council President. He also served
       on the Whitewater Planning Commis-
       sion as Vice Chair, on the Community
       Development Authority Board of
       Directors, the Whitewater Revitaliza-
       tion Group, as Chair of the Whitewater
       Board of Review, as well as numerous
       other community organizations. Prior
       to being elected to the Assembly,
       Hixson was an Associate Professor
       of Advertising at UW-Whitewater. In
       2005, he received the Excellence Award
       in Service from the UW-Whitewater
       College of Arts and Communication.
       Hixson holds four degrees and
       worked his way through school as a



       District Information:
       (1) Dane County. That part of Dane County consisting of that part of the city of Edgerton located in the
       county. (2) Jefferson County. That part of Jefferson County consisting of that part of the city of
       Whitewater located in the county. (3) Rock County. That part of Rock County consisting of all of the
       following: (a) The towns of Avon, Beloit, Center, Fulton, Janesville, Lima, Milton, Newark, Plymouth,
       Porter, Rock, and Spring Valley. (b) The villages of Footville and Orfordville. (c) The city of Milton. (d)
       That part of the city of Edgerton located in the county. (4) Walworth County. That part of Walworth
       County consisting of all of the following: (a) The town of Whitewater. (b) That part of the city of
       Whitewater located in the county.
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                                                   ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        44th Assembly District
                             mike sHeriDan
                                                       Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                   Friends of Mike J. Sheridan
                                                                              828 Sentinal Dr.
                                                                          Janesville, WI 53546
                                                                                (608) 290.1817
                                                                 mjsheridanpres@hotmail.com
                                                                       www.mikesheridan.org
                                                                            PAC Contributions: Accepted




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             epresentative Mike Sheridan
             was elected to the Assembly in
             2004. He serves on the following
       Assembly Committees: Jobs and the
       Economy, Labor and Industry, and
       Transportation. In addition, he serves
       on the Speaker’s Task Force on Infor-
       mation Technology Failures. A lifelong
       Janesville resident, Sheridan is
       married and has three children and
       two grandchildren. Sheridan is a 1977
       graduate of Janesville Parker High
       School and earned his Associates
       Degree from UW-Rock County in
       2004. After high school, Sheridan
       started working as an auto assembly
       worker at General Motor’s Janesville
       Assembly Plant. He then worked his
       way up through the ranks of United
       Auto Workers Local 95 and currently
       serves as the President of Local 95.
       Sheridan is also a member of the Janes-
       ville Performing Arts Center Board
       of Directors, NAACP, Rock County
       Labor Coalition, and the Labor Council
       for Latin American Advancement.




       District Information:
       Forty-fourth assembly district. All of the following territory in RockCounty constitutes the 44th assem-
       bly district: that part of the city of Janesville comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17,
       18, 19, 20,21, 22, 23, 24, and 25.



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                                                      ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        45th Assembly District
                            cHuck beneDicT
                                                    Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                Friends of Chuck Benedict
                                                                               3639 Bee Ln.
                                                                           Beloit, WI 53511
                                                                             (608) 362.7698
                                                                           cpb@charter.net
                                                                       PAC Contributions: Accepted




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              epresentative Chuck Benedict
              was elected to the Assembly in
              2004. He is a retired neurologist
       that has lived in Beloit since 1985. He
       is a graduate of Dartmouth College
       and received his Masters Degree in
       Physics from Princeton University.
       Benedict attended Duke University
       from’74-’76 and received his M.D.
       from the University of Connecticut
       Medical School in 1979. Following his
       residency at Tufts New England Med-
       ical Center, Chuck moved to Beloit
       and practiced neurology for 19 years
       at Beloit Memorial Hospital. Benedict
       is also a former high school math and
       science teacher. He is the co-author of
       the Wisconsin Health Security Act, a
       proposal to create a universal health
       care system in Wisconsin. In the
       Assembly, Benedict is the ranking
       Democrat on the Public Health Com-
       mittee; and also sits on the Health &
       Health Care Reform, the Homeland
       Security and State Preparedness, and
       the State Affairs Committees.




       District Information:
       District Information Forty-fifth assembly district. All of the following territory constitutes the 45th
       assembly district: (1) Rock County. That part of Rock County consisting of all of the following: (a) The
       towns of Bradford, Clinton, Harmony, Johnstown, LaPrairie, and Turtle.(b) The village of Clinton. (c)
       The city of Beloit. (d) That part of the city of Janesville comprising wards 5, 6,and 12. (2) Walworth
       County. That part of Walworth County consisting of the town of Richmond.
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                                                   ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        46th Assembly District
                                                                                gary Hebl
                                                  Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                    Friends of Gary Hebl
                                                                               PO Box 46
                                                                   Sun Prairie, WI 53590
                                                                           (608) 695.7117
                                                                    garyhebl@yahoo.com
                                                                    PAC Contributions: Accepted




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              epresentative Gary Hebl is a
              senior partner at Hebl, Hebl &
              Ripp, LLP in Sun Prairie and
       has practiced law for 32 years. He is
       a former Dane County Court Com-
       missioner, and a current member of
       the Dane County Bar Association and
       the Wisconsin Bar Association. Hebl
       holds a number of professional titles
       and is a licensed real estate broker and
       title insurance examiner. A lifelong
       resident of Sun Prairie, he volunteers
       in various community organizations.
       Hebl has served 30 years on the
       Sun Prairie Cable Access Board and
       currently serves as President of the Sun
       Prairie Chamber of Commerce. He is
       a former member and past president
       of the Sun Prairie Library Board of
       Trustees, YMCA, Sacred Hearts Parish
       Council, and the Quarterback Club.
       Hebl has been a private pilot since
       1978. He is Chairman of the Board of
       the UW Flying Club. Hebl and his wife
       Lynn have three children: Andrew,
       Matthew, and Jennifer.




       District Information:
       All of the following territory in Dane County constitutes the 46th assembly district: (1) the towns of
       Cottage Grove, Dunkirk, Pleasant Springs, Rutland, and Sun Prairie. (2) That part of the town of
       Dunn comprising wards 1 and 7. (3) The village of Cottage Grove. (4) That part of the village of Oregon
       comprising wards 2, 3, and 4. (5) The cities of Stoughton and Sun Prairie.


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                                                 ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        47th Assembly District
                                                                                      Paul Fisk
                                                   Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                       Friends of Paul Fisk
                                                                            308 Sunset Dr.
                                                                            Lodi, WI 53555
                                                                             (608) 516.8687
                                                                      paulfisk@charter.net
                                                                         www.paulfisk.org
                                                                      PAC Contributions: Accepted




       P
            aul Fisk has been the Mayor of
            Lodi for the past 12 years. Before
            that, Fisk served his country in
       the United States Navy during the
       Vietnam War, worked for 27 years in
       Alliant Energy generating stations,
       and served on the Lodi Common
       Council and the board of the Columbia
       County Economic Development
       Corporation. Fisk currently serves on
       the Columbia County Comprehen-
       sive Plan and Land and Water Use
       Steering Committees. Fisk and his wife,
       Sharon, have lived in Lodi for 18
       years. They have six children and 10
       grandchildren.




       District Information:
       Forty-seventh assembly district. All of the following territory constitutes the 47th assembly district: (1)
       Columbia County. That part of Columbia County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Ar-
       lington, Columbus, Courtland, Dekorra, Fountain Prairie, Hampden, Leeds, Lodi, Lowville, Otsego, Pa-
       cific, Randolph, Scott, Springvale, and West Point. (b) The villages of Arlington, Cambria, Doylestown,
       Fall River, Friesland, Poynette, and Rio. (c) The city of Lodi. 45 (2) Dane County. That part of Dane
       County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Bristol, Dane, Mazomanie, Medina, Roxbury,
       Vienna, Windsor, and York. (b) The villages of Dane, DeForest, and Marshall. (3) Sauk County. That part
       of Sauk County consisting of all of the following: (a) The town of Merrimac. (b) The village of Merrimac.
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                                                  ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        47th Assembly District
                                                                          TrisH o’neil
                                                   Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                    Friends of Trish O’Neil
                                                                             W1087 Fox Rd.
                                                                       Columbus, WI 53925
                                                                              (920) 623.4410
                                                               trish4the47th@hotmail.com
                                                                www.trishforassembly.org
                                                                     PAC Contributions: Accepted




       T
             rish O'Neil has worked as a
             Registered Nurse for 20 years, at
             the bedside, in the community
       and as a Clinic Administrator. She
       also holds an undergraduate degree
       in Psychology. O'Neil and her hus-
       band, Tim, owned and operated a
       Family Practice Clinic in Columbus
       for six years. She is past President
       of the Columbus School Board,
       where she served for eight years. She
       currently serves on the League of
       Women Voter's Legislative Committee
       and the Columbia County Democrats
       Executive Committee. O’Neil and her
       family have lived in the Columbus
       area for 20 years.




       District Information:
       Forty-seventh assembly district. All of the following territory constitutes the 47th assembly district:
       (1) Columbia County. That part of Columbia County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of
       Arlington, Columbus, Courtland, Dekorra, Fountain Prairie, Hampden, Leeds, Lodi, Lowville, Otsego,
       Pacific, Randolph, Scott, Springvale, and West Point. (b) The villages of Arlington, Cambria, Doylestown,
       Fall River, Friesland, Poynette, and Rio. (c) The city of Lodi. 45 (2) Dane County. That part of Dane
       County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Bristol, Dane, Mazomanie, Medina, Roxbury,
       Vienna, Windsor, and York. (b) The villages of Dane, DeForest, and Marshall. (3) Sauk County. That part
       of Sauk County consisting of all of the following: (a) The town of Merrimac. (b) The village of Merrimac.
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                                                  ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        48th Assembly District
                                                                                      Joe Parisi
                                                    Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                       Friends of Joe Parisi
                                                                              PO Box 3042
                                                                        Madison, WI 53704
                                                                             (608) 242.0575
                                                                          joeparisi@tds.net
                                                                       PAC Contributions: Accepted




       R
             epresentative Joe Parisi is
             serving his second term rep-
             resenting the 48th Assembly
       District which includes portions of
       Madison’s east and south sides, along
       with the City of Monona, Village of
       McFarland, and the Towns of Dunn
       and Blooming Grove. During his sec-
       ond term in office, Parisi was elected
       by his peers to serve as Minority Whip.
       Parisi also serves on the following
       Assembly Committees: Corrections
       and the Courts (Ranking member),
       Insurance, Urban and Local Affairs,
       and Joint Audit. Prior to being elected
       to the State Assembly, Parisi served as
       Dane County Clerk for eight years.




       District Information:
       Forty-eighth assembly district. All of the following territory in Dane County constitutes the 48th as-
       sembly district: (1) The town of Blooming Grove. (2) That part of the town of Dunn comprising wards 2,
       3, 4, 5, and 6. (3) The village of McFarland. (4) The city of Monona. (5) That part of the city of Madison
       comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 33, 55, and 56.


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                                                   ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        49th Assembly District
                          PHil garTHwaiTe
                                                    Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                   Garthwaite for Assembly
                                                                                 PO Box 178
                                                                       Platteville, WI 53818
                                                                              (563) 581.7666
                                                               philgarthwaite@hotmail.com
                                                                  www.philgarthwaite.com
                                                                       PAC Contributions: Accepted




       R
              epresentative Phil Garthwaite
              was elected to the Assembly in
              2006. He was the first Democrat
       elected to the Assembly from Grant
       County since 1913. Garthwaite serves
       on the following Assembly Commit-
       tees: Agriculture, Rural Affairs, Rural
       Economic Development, and Trans-
       portation. Before his election to the
       Assembly, Garthwaite was the Farm
       Director for KDTH radio serving the
       tri-state area bordering far southwest
       Wisconsin. As an on-air personality,
       he covered events at the White House,
       US Congress, foreign embassies, the
       USDA, and numerous state capitols.
       He is a voting member of the Na-
       tional Association of Farm Broadcast-
       ers. He grew up on a fifth-generation
       family farm in Mt. Hope Township in
       northern Grant County, WI.




       District Information:
       All of the following territory constitutes the 49th assembly district: (1) Whole county. Grant County. (2)
       Iowa County. That part of Iowa County consisting of all of the following: (a) That part of the village of
       Livingston located in the county. (b) That part of the village of Montfort located in the county. (c) That
       part of the village of Muscoda located in the county. (3) Lafayette County. That part of Lafayette County
       consisting of all of the following: (a) The town of Benton. (b) The village of Benton. (c) That part of the
       village of Hazel Green located in thecounty. (d) That part of the city of Cuba City located in the county.
       (4) Richland County. That part of Richland County consisting of allof the following:(a) The towns of
       Dayton, Eagle, Orion, and Richwood. (b) The village of Boaz.
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                                                   ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        50th Assembly District
                                                                            Tom croFTon
                                                     Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                 Tom Crofton for Assembly
                                                                          16005 Crofton Dr.
                                                                  Richland Center, WI 53925
                                                                              (608) 549.3401
                                                                tcrofton@countryspeed.com
                                                           www.tomcroftonforassembly.com
                                                                        PAC Contributions: Accepted




       T
            om Crofton has been a carpenter
            for 35 years and is an active
            member of the Carpenters Union.
       He operates a small organic farm in
       Richland County. He and his wife
       have two children.




       District Information:
       Fiftieth assembly district. All of the following territory constitutes the 50th assembly district: (1) Whole
       county. Juneau County. (2) Monroe County. That part of Monroe County consisting of all of the follow-
       ing: (a) The towns of Clifton and Glendale. (b) The village of Kendall. (3) Richland County. That part
       of Richland County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Marshall, Richland, Rockbridge,
       Westford, and Willow. 47 (b) That part of the village of Cazenovia located in the county. (c) The city of
       Richland Center. (4) Sauk County. That part of Sauk County consisting of all of the following: (a) The
       towns of Dellona, Excelsior, Freedom, Ironton, La Valle, Reedsburg, Washington, Westfield, Winfield,
       and Woodland. (b) The villages of Ironton, La Valle, Lime Ridge, Loganville, North Freedom, and Rock
       Springs. (c) That part of the village of Cazenovia located in the county. (d) The city of Reedsburg.
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                                                    ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        50th Assembly District
                                                                            Darryl Teske
                                                     Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                    Friends of Darryl Teske
                                                                       W5754 Cty Rd G East
                                                                         Mauston, WI 53948
                                                                              (608) 548.2443
                                                                    darrylteske@yahoo.com
                                                                      www.darrylteske.com
                                                                        PAC Contributions: Accepted




       D
              arryl Teske was born and                            worked in both Green Bay and
              raised in Mauston, graduating                       Madison, he has remained active in
              from Mauston High School in                         the Mauston community. He is a
       1999. In 2003, Teske graduated from                        third generation resident of Mauston,
       UW–Green Bay with a double major                           and is the first of his family to grad-
       in Psychology and Human Develop-                           uate college. Teske is active in his
       ment and a minor in Music. In 2004, he                     church community and is a member
       began his life in politics as a volunteer                  of the Juneau County Moose Lodge
       for the Kerry Campaign in Green Bay.                       Chapter 1913.
       He was soon hired as Voter Contact
       Coordinator. In spring of 2005, Teske
       returned to UWGB to attain a political
       science minor, after which he
       became an intern in Madison with
       Rep. Tom Nelson, working on policy
       and constituent cases. Soon he was
       hired full time by Representatives
       Bobbie Gronemus and Dave Travis
       and finally as Chief of Staff for Rep-
       resentative Sondy Pope-Roberts,
       the ranking Democrat on both the
       Education and Education Reform
       Committees. Although Teske has



       District Information:
       Fiftieth assembly district. All of the following territory constitutes the 50th assembly district: (1) Whole
       county. Juneau County. (2) Monroe County. That part of Monroe County consisting of all of the follow-
       ing: (a) The towns of Clifton and Glendale. (b) The village of Kendall. (3) Richland County. That part
       of Richland County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Marshall, Richland, Rockbridge,
       Westford, and Willow. 47 (b) That part of the village of Cazenovia located in the county. (c) The city of
       Richland Center. (4) Sauk County. That part of Sauk County consisting of all of the following: (a) The
       towns of Dellona, Excelsior, Freedom, Ironton, La Valle, Reedsburg, Washington, Westfield, Winfield,
       and Woodland. (b) The villages of Ironton, La Valle, Lime Ridge, Loganville, North Freedom, and Rock
       Springs. (c) That part of the village of Cazenovia located in the county. (d) The city of Reedsburg.
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                                                    ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        51st Assembly District
                          sTeve Hilgenberg
                                                     Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                              Steve Hilgenberg for Assembly
                                                                            4645 Cty Hwy Z
                                                                       Dodgeville, WI 53533
                                                                              (608) 341.8080
                                                                 mayohil@countryspeed.com




       R
             epresentative Steve Hilgenberg                       resentative to the Head Start Policy
             was elected to the Assembly in                       Council for three years. He lives in
             2006. He serves on Insurance,                        Dodgeville with his wife, Mary, a
       Rural Economic Development and                             school-based occupational therapist.
       Small Business Assembly Committees.                        They have an adult daughter, Molly, a
       Hilgenberg spent most of his profes-                       pediatric anesthesiologist at the Mayo
       sional career as a small businessman                       Clinic, and a grandson, Evan.
       in Dodgeville, as the longtime owner/
       operator of Inkwell printers. He was
       born and raised in Kaukauna and
       attended the University of Wisconsin
       before enlisting in the Army in 1966. He
       became the owner of Inkwell in 1973
       after attending Madison Technical
       College in the GraphicArts and Printing
       Program. He sold the business in 2000,
       but continued to work there part-time.
       In addition, Hilgenberg served on the
       Dodgeville Board of Education from
       1988-1995 and was community rep-



       District Information:
       Fifty-first assembly district. All of the following territory constitutes the 51st assembly district: (1) Iowa
       County. That part of Iowa County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Arena, Brigham,
       Clyde, Dodgeville, Eden, Highland, Linden, Mifflin, Mineral Point, Moscow, Pulaski, Ridgeway, Wald-
       wick, and Wyoming. (b) The villages of Arena, Avoca, Barneveld, Cobb, Highland, Hollandale, Linden,
       Rewey, and Ridge way. (c) That part of the village of Blanchardville located in the county. (d) The cities
       of Dodgeville and Mineral Point. (2) Lafayette County. That part of Lafayette County consisting of all
       of the following: (a) The towns of Argyle, Belmont, Blanchard, Darlington, Elk Grove, Fayette, Gratiot,
       Kendall, Lamont, Monticello, New Diggings, Seymour, Shullsburg, White Oak Springs, Willow Springs,
       and Wiota. (b) The villages of Argyle, Belmont, and Gratiot. (c) That part of the village of Blanchardville
       located in the county. (d) The cities of Darlington and Shullsburg. (3) Richland County. That part of
       Richland County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Buena Vista and Ithaca. (b) The vil-
       lage of Lone Rock. (4) Sauk County. That part of Sauk County consisting of all of the following: (a) The
       towns of Bear Creek, Franklin, Honey Creek, Prairie du Sac, Spring Green, Sumpter, and Troy. (b) The
p.60   villages of Plain, Prairie du Sac, Sauk City, and Spring Green.
                                                    ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        52nd Assembly District
                          Jerry keiFenHeim
                                                Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                     Jerry Keifenheim
                                                                  N7828 Van Dyke Rd.
                                                                Fond du Lac, WI 54937
                                                                         (920) 923.3824
                                                                     jkeif@dotnet.com
                                                                  PAC Contributions: Accepted




       J  erry Keifenheim is Director of the
          Kettle Moraine Division of the
          International Brotherhood of Elec-
       trical Workers, Local Union No. 494.
       He has also worked as the business
       representative for the IBEW. Jerry has
       served for eight years on the Fond du
       Lac County Board of Supervisors.




       District Information:
       Assembly District 52 includes: All of the following territory in Fond du Lac County: (1) The towns
       of Eldorado, Friendship, and Taycheedah. (2) The village of North Fond du Lac. (3) The city of Fond
       du Lac.



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                                               ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        53rd Assembly District
                                                                             JeFF mann
                                                Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                  Friends of Jeff Mann
                                                                      3116 Sheldon Dr.
                                                                    Oshkosh, WI 54904
                                                                         (920) 385.8858
                                                                 jmann171@yahoo.com
                                                       www.mannforstateassembly.com
                                                                 PAC Contributions: Accepted




       J  eff Mann is a graduate of Mar-
          quette University Law School and
          has been a practicing attorney for
       three years. Mann, who lives in the
       Town of Algoma, is married and has
       a two year old son.




       District Information:
       Assembly District 53 includes all of the following territory: (1) Dodge County. That part of Dodge
       County consisting of that part of the city of Waupun located in the county. (2) Fond du Lac County.
       That part of Fond du Lac County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Byron, Empire,
       Fond du Lac, Lamartine, Oakfield, Rosendale, Springvale, and Waupun. (b) The villages of Oakfield
       and Rosendale. (c) That part of the city of Waupun located in the county. (3) Winnebago County.
       That part of Winnebago County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Algoma, Black
       Wolf, Nekimi, Nepeuskun, Omro, Oshkosh, Rushford, and Utica. (b) The city of Omro. (c) That part
       of the city of Oshkosh comprising wards 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 9.
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                                               ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        54th Assembly District
                             gorDon HinTz
                                                      Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                         Hintz for Assembly
                                                                                 PO Box 1424
                                                                          Oshkosh, WI 54903
                                                                               (920) 232.0805
                                                                 info@hintzforassembly.com
                                                                 www.hintzforassembly.com
                                                                          PAC Contributions: Accepted




       R
              epresentative Gordon Hintz was                       for the prestigious Management
              elected to the Assembly in 2006.                     Assistant Program in California’s 5th
              Hintz serves on the following                        largest city, Long Beach. In addition
       Assembly Committees: Judiciary and                          to municipal consulting for Public
       Ethics, Aging and Long Term Care,                           Administration Associates, LLC, he
       Colleges and Universities, and Urban                        taught American Government at UW-
       and Local Affairs. He also serves on                        Oshkosh in 2005-2006.
       the Joint Committee on Information
       Policy and Technology. Hintz is a
       member of the Oshkosh Rotary Club,
       the Oshkosh Diversity Council and
       Propel. Born and raised in Oshkosh,
       he is the son of Anne Hintz and former
       Oshkosh Mayor Stephen Hintz. After
       graduating from Hamline University,
       Hintz worked on U.S. Sen. Paul Well-
       stone’s 1996 campaign before going
       to work for U.S. Sen. Herb Kohl and
       former Congressman Jay Johnson as
       a legislative aide in Washington D.C.
       In 2001, he earned a master’s degree
       in public affairs from UW-Madison.
       Hintz worked as a research assistant
       for Governor Tommy Thompson’s
       Commission on State and Local Part-
       nerships for the 21st Century (Kettl
       Commission). Hintz then was selected



       District Information:
       District Information: All of the following territory in Winnebago County constitutes the 54th assembly
       district: that part of the city of Oshkosh comprising wards 1, 2, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20,
       21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, and 33



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                                                     ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        55th Assembly District
                           mark wesTPHal
                                                    Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                   Westphal for Assembly
                                                                             945 Hunt Ave.
                                                                         Neenah, WI 54956
                                                                              (920) 727.4781
                                                                      sswes@earthlink.net
                                                                  www.markwestphal.org
                                                                       PAC Contributions: Accepted




       F
            or the past 27 years, Mark
            Westphal has been an industrial
            electrician at Mondi Packaging/
       Akrosil in Menasha. He has been
       President of the Fox Valley Labor
       Council for the past ten years, and
       serves on the Fox Valley Workforce
       Development Board, United Way
       Board and Winnebago County W-2
       Steering Committee. Westphal is mar-
       ried and has a young adult daughter.
       He is running for the second time
       in the district. In 2006, Westphal
       received 48% of the vote.




       District Information:
       Fifty-fifth assembly district. All of the following territory in Winnebago County constitutes the 55th as-
       sembly district: (1) That part of the town of Menasha comprising wards 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and
       13. (2) The city of Neenah. (3) That part of the city of Appleton comprising wards 38 and 39. (4) That
       part of the city of Menasha located in the county.


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                                                   ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        56th Assembly District
                       susan garcia Franz
                                                   Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                               Garcia Franz for Assembly
                                                                         1790 Wendy Way
                                                                       Neenah, WI 54956
                                                                            (920) 727.1005
                                                                susanfranz@hotmail.com
                                                                PAC Contributions: Not Accepted




       S
            usan Garcia Franz is the Wisconsin
            Well Woman program coordina-
            tor for Winnebago and Outagamie
       counties. She is also on the Fox Cities
       Community Council Board of Direc-
       tors. In addition, she serves as a Girl
       Scout and Cub Scout leader. Garcia
       Franz and her husband have two chil-
       dren. She is a native of Neenah, and
       has lived with her family in the Town
       of Menasha for the past five years.




       District Information:
       Fifty-sixth assembly district. All of the following territory constitutes the 56th assembly district: (1)
       Outagamie County. That part of Outagamie County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of
       Center, Dale, Grand Chute, and Greenville. (b) That part of the city of Appleton comprising wards 30,
       31, and 32. (2) Winnebago County. That part of Winnebago County consisting of all of the following:
       (a) The towns of Clayton, Neenah, Poygan, Vinland, Winchester, Winneconne, and Wolf River. (b) That
       part of the town of Menasha comprising wards 1 and 2. (c) The village of Winneconne.
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                                                  ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        57th Assembly District
                                                  Penny bernarD scHaber
                                                      Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                           Penny Bernard Schaber Campaign
                                                                       815 E. Washington St.
                                                                          Appleton, WI 54911
                                                                               (920) 739.9001
                                                                penny4assembly@athenet.net
                                                                  www.penny4assembly.com
                                                                          PAC Contributions: Accepted




       P
              enny Bernard Schaber has lived
              in Appleton for 24 years and
              has been married to her hus-
       band, Dale, who is a retired Appleton
       Area School District Media Specialist,
       since 1990. Bernard Schaber works in
       the Oshkosh Area School District as
       a physical therapist. She received an
       Associate Degree and a Bachelor of
       Science Degree from Southern Illinois
       University and a degree in Physical
       Therapy from Northwestern Univer-
       sity. She also has an Associate Degree
       in Natural Resources Technology from
       Fox Valley Technical College. She has
       served as a Peace Corps volunteer
       in Brazil. Bernard Schaber has been
       the Chair of Wisconsin’s John Muir
       Chapter of the Sierra Club and the Chair
       of the local Fox Valley Sierra Group.
       She was also a member of the Steward-
       ship Advisory Council, and is making
       her second run in the 57th District.




       District Information:
       Fifty-seventh assembly district. All of the following territory in Outagamie County constitutes the 57th
       assembly district: (1) That part of the village of Little Chute comprising ward 3. (2) That part of the city
       of Appleton comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,
       27, 28, 29, 33, 34, 35, 36, and 37.


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                                                     ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        60th Assembly District
                                                                     Perry Duman
                                                Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                  Duman for Assembly
                                                                            PO Box 213
                                                             Port Washington, WI 53074
                                                                         (262) 268.6642
                                                           info@dumanforassembly.org
                                                           www.dumanforassembly.org
                                                                  PAC Contributions: Accepted




       P
            erry Duman currently works as
            a program facilitator in a group
            home for developmentally dis-
       abled adults in his hometown of Port
       Washington. Previously, he worked as
       a corporate buyer for Boston Store in
       Milwaukee and Emporium-Capwell
       in San Francisco. Duman was also
       Assistant Vice President of Sherwood
       Insurance Services, Director of Infor-
       mation Systems for Joe Boxer Corp.,
       and Executive Director of the theater
       company, Theatrix.




       District Information:
       Assembly District 60 includes: (1) Ozaukee County. That part of Ozaukee County consisting of all of
       the following: (a) The towns of Cedarburg, Grafton, and Port Washington. (b) That part of the town
       of Saukville comprising wards 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. (c) The villages of Grafton and Saukville. (d) That
       part of the village of Newburg located in the county. (e) The cities of Cedarburg and Port Washing-
       ton. (f) That part of the city of Mequon comprising ward 2. (2) Washington County. That part of
       Washington County consisting of all of the following: (a) That part of the town of Trenton comprising
p.67   wards 1, 2, 5, 6, and 7. (b) That part of the village of Newburg located in the county.
                                                   ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        61st Assembly District
                                                                                  bob Turner
                                                     Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                      Friends of Bob Turner
                                                                              PO Box 85691
                                                                           Racine, WI 53408
                                                                              (715) 833.8754
                                                                      rturner61@yahoo.com
                                                                         PAC Contributions: Accepted




       R
             epresentative Robert Turner was
             elected to the Wisconsin State
             Assembly in 1990 and represents
       the eastern half of the City of Racine.
       Prior to that, Turner was elected to
       the Racine City Council in 1976. He
       was born in Mississippi and moved to
       Wisconsin in the mid 1960’s. Drafted
       into the Air Force, he completed two
       tours of duty in Vietnam from 1967
       to 1970 and maintains strong alli-
       ances with veterans groups. In 1992,
       he received the Vietnam Veterans of
       America Distinguished Achievement
       Award. After an honorable discharge
       from the Air Force, Turner returned to
       Wisconsin and earned his B.S. from
       UW-Parkside. Turner worked as a per-
       sonal manager, restaurant manager,
        and publisher prior to his election to
       the legislature.




       District Information:
       All of the following territory in Racine County constitutes the 61st assembly district: (1) That part of the
       town of Mount Pleasant comprising ward 22. (2) The villages of North Bay and Wind Point. (3) That
       part of the city of Racine comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9,10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20,
       22, 27, 33, and 34.


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                                                    ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        62nd Assembly District
                                                                             cory mason
                                                    Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                         Friends of Mason
                                                                   4403 Happy Hollow Ln.
                                                                         Racine, WI 53403
                                                                             (608) 764.1595
                                                                   cory.mason@gmail.com
                                                                www.mason4assembly.com
                                                                     PAC Contributions: PAC’d Out




       R
             epresentative Cory Mason was                        Mason is a fifth generation Racine na-
             elected to the Assembly in 2006.                    tive, and resides there now with his
             Mason serves on the following                       wife, Rebecca, an attorney.
       Assembly Committees: Jobs and the
       Economy, Education, Natural Re-
       sources and the Special Committee
       on Video Broadcasting Oversight.
       After graduating from UW-Madison,
       Mason worked for State Sen. Lynn
       Adelman in the State Capitol, where
       he clerked the Senate Committee on
       Judiciary, Campaign Finance Reform,
       and Consumer Affairs. Mason also
       worked for State Sen. Judy Robson,
       where he clerked the Human Services
       and Aging Committee. After leaving
       Sen. Robson’s office, Mason worked as
       an advocate on legal, environmental,
       education, and labor issues, most
       recently for the American Federation
       of Teachers (AFT-Wisconsin). He has
       served on the board of the River
       Alliance of Wisconsin and as a com-
       missioner to the Redevelopment
       Authority in Racine, as well as on
       the advisory board for the Center for
       Tobacco Research and Intervention.



       District Information:
       Sixty-second assembly district. All of the following territory in Racine County constitutes the 62nd as-
       sembly district: (1) That part of the town of Mount Pleasant comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11, 12,
       14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 23. (2) The villages of Elmwood Park and Sturtevant. (3) That part of the
       city of Racine comprising wards 8, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, and 32.


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                                                   ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        63rd Assembly District
                           linDa FlasHinski
                                                   Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                               Friends of Linda Flashinski
                                                                      5508 River Hills Rd.
                                                                          Racine, WI 53402
                                                                             (262) 639.5780
                                                      FlashinskiforAssembly@hotmail.com
                                                                 www.lindaflashinski.com
                                                                      PAC Contributions: Accepted




       L
             inda Flashinski is the former
             Director of Communications
             and President of the Racine
       Unified School Board. She was also
       President of Gifford Elementary PTA,
       Co-President of the PTA Council, and
       Associate Director of Family Servic-
       es of Racine. In addition, Flashinski
       has worked as an adjunct instructor
       at Gateway Technical College and a
       teacher at Parkside’s College for Kids.
       For six years, she has hosted “Edu-
       cation Matters” and “Community
       Matters” on WGTD. Over the years
       she has served the Racine Heritage
       Museum, AAUW, PDK, the Root-Pike
       Watershed Initiative, the Festival of
       Trees, the Literacy Council, the Kids
       First Fund, and the Wisconsin Legisla-
       tive Committee for At Risk Children.
       Flashinski has lived in Racine with
       her husband, Stan, since 1976.




       District Information:
       Sixty-third assembly district. All of the following territory in Racine County constitutes the 63rd assem-
       bly district: (1) The towns of Caledonia, Dover, Norway, Raymond, Rochester, and Yorkville. (2) That
       part of the town of Mount Pleasant comprising wards 6, 8, 9, 13, and 15. (3) The villages of Rochester
       and Union


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                                                  ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        64th Assembly District
                                                                             PeTer barca
                                                   Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                             Unavailable.
                                                                      PAC Contributions: Accepted




       B
              iography unavailable.




       District Information:
       All of the following territory in Kenosha County constitutes the 64th assembly district: (1) That part of
       the town of Somers comprising ward 8. (2) That part of the city of Kenosha comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 7,
       8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 29, 31, and 32.



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                                                  ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        64th Assembly District
                                                                                        Jim HuFF
                                                   Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                      Friends of Jim Huff
                                                                           3212 22nd Ave.
                                                                       Kenosha, WI 53140
                                                                            (262) 764.5479
                                                                jameshuff64@yahoo.com
                                                              www.jimhuff4assembly.com
                                                                      PAC Contributions: Accepted




       J  ames Huff is a life-long resident of
          Kenosha. He is a graduate of Trem-
          per High School and the Gateway
       Technical College Police Science Pro-
       gram. Huff is a retired member of the
       Kenosha Police Department, where he
       was an Accident Investigator, Bomb
       Squad Member, and Motorcycle
       Officer. In addition, Huff has served as
       a Kenosha County Board Supervisor
       for the 5th District since 1998 and has
       owned two small businesses. Huff is
       an active member of his community,
       mentoring at Bain Elementary School
       and serving as a Wisconsin DECA
       district and state judge for business
       and marketing students. Huff and his
       wife have three children, two step-
       children, and three grandchildren.




       District Information:
       All of the following territory in Kenosha County constitutes the 64th assembly district: (1) That part of
       the town of Somers comprising ward 8. (2) That part of the city of Kenosha comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 7,
       8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 29, 31, and 32.



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                                                  ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        64th Assembly District
                             micHael orTH
                                                   Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                               Michael Orth for Assembly
                                                                           6211 40th Ave.
                                                                       Kenosha, WI 53142
                                                                            (262) 344.3663
                                                                       michael@orths.com
                                                                      PAC Contributions: Accepted




       M
                ichael Orth is a high school
                social studies teacher. He
                is actively involved in the
       Kenosha Education Association and
       WEAC. He has served on the WEAC
       Board of Directors in the past and cur-
       rently serves on the WEAC Legislative
       Committee. Orth worked as an intern
       for State Senator Alice Clausing while
       attending UW-Madison. In April, he
       was elected to the Kenosha Common
       Council, defeating an 18 year incum-
       bent by a 2 to 1 margin. Orth and his
       wife Jammie were born and raised in
       Kenosha and are the proud parents of
       2 children.




       District Information:
       All of the following territory in Kenosha County constitutes the 64th assembly district: (1) That part of
       the town of Somers comprising ward 8. (2) That part of the city of Kenosha comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 7,
       8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 29, 31, and 32.



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                                                  ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        65th Assembly District
                            JoHn sTeinbrink
                                                     Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                     Citizens for Steinbrink
                                                                               8640 88th Ave.
                                                                  Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
                                                                                (262) 694.5863
                                                                          jrfarmerz@aol.com
                                                                         PAC Contributions: Accepted




       R
              epresentative John Steinbrink, a
              grain farmer and former dairy
              farmer, was first elected to the As-
       sembly in 1996. He is married and has
       three children. Steinbrink has a long
       history of public service, serving as
       a member of the Pleasant Prairie Town
       and Village Board from 1985 to pres-
       ent, including serving as President
       of the Village Board since 1989. He is
       also a member of Conserve F.S., Wis-
       consin Electric Community Round
       Table, Kenosha Co. Farm Bureau,
       Danish Brotherhood, Senior Action
       Council, Wisconsin League of Munici-
       palities, and Moose Lodge No. 286.




       District Information:
       All of the following territory in Kenosha County constitutes the 65th assembly district: (1) That part
       of the town of Bristol comprising ward 6. (2) The village of Pleasant Prairie. (3) That part of the city of
       Kenosha comprising wards 5, 6, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 33, and 34.



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                                                    ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        66th Assembly District
                                                                                mike orr
                                                 Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                            Committee to Elect Mike Orr
                                                                      558 E. Jefferson St.
                                                                   Burlington, WI 53105
                                                                           (262) 757.3455
                                                                     orr55@hotmail.com
                                                              www.orrforassembly.com
                                                             PAC Contributions: Not Accepted




       M
                ike Orr is President of the
                Dyan Orr Foundation, an
                organization dedicated to
       finding a cure for Lymphangiomatosis,
       a disease that took the life of his 11 year
       old daughter, Dyan, in 2007. He was
       born in South Bend, Indiana. Before
       he came to Wisconsin, Orr spent 14
       years as Plant Manager and Co-Owner
       of Liberty Industries. He moved to
       Wisconsin 15 years ago and started Orr
       Plastics, a consulting company for the
       plastics industry. He has also worked
       for SC Johnson. As a young man, Orr
       served in the United States Army. He
       and his wife, Tonya, are Treatment
       Foster parents. Orr is the father of
       seven children and a grandfather to
       seven grandchildren.




       District Information:
       Assembly District 66 includes all of the following territory: (1) Kenosha County. That part of
       Kenosha County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Brighton, Paris, Randall, and
       Salem. (b) That part of the town of Bristol comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8. (c) That part of
       the town of Somers comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12. (d) The villages of Paddock
       Lake, Silver Lake, and Twin Lakes. (e) That part of the village of Genoa City located in the county.
       (2) Racine County. That part of Racine County consisting of all of the following: (a) The town of Bur-
       lington. (b) That part of the city of Burlington located in the county. (3) Walworth County. That part
       of Walworth County consisting of that part of the city of Burlington located in the county.
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                                                ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        66th Assembly District
                                                                       larry zamba
                                                 Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                Friends of Larry Zamba
                                                                           1720 216th St.
                                                                 Union Grove, WI 53182
                                                                          (262) 344.2042
                                                                 larry@electzamba.com
                                                                  www.electzamba.com
                                                                   PAC Contributions: Accepted




       L
             arry Zamba has been self em-
             ployed since 1980, as owner of
             a successful photographic and
       commercial graphic arts company in
       Paddock Lake. After obtaining his
       Eagle Scout award in the Boy Scouts,
       he went on to graduate with a BA
       in Broadcasting from UW-Parkside
       in 1979. He then followed up with
       studying for his private pilots license
       at GTI. He is currently a member of
       the League of Conservation Voters,
       the Kenosha County Tobacco Free Co-
       alition, Witness To Innocence (Anti-
       Death Penalty organization), and
       Green Kenosha. His wife, Patti, is a
       private practice attorney and Guardian
       Ad Litum. Both are also real estate in-
       vestors. They live Brighton, and have
       two girls in Brighton Elementary school.
       His son Alex attends UW-Madison.




       District Information:
       Assembly District 66 includes all of the following territory: (1) Kenosha County. That part of
       Kenosha County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Brighton, Paris, Randall, and
       Salem. (b) That part of the town of Bristol comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8. (c) That part of
       the town of Somers comprising wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, and 12. (d) The villages of Paddock
       Lake, Silver Lake, and Twin Lakes. (e) That part of the village of Genoa City located in the county.
       (2) Racine County. That part of Racine County consisting of all of the following: (a) The town of Bur-
       lington. (b) That part of the city of Burlington located in the county. (3) Walworth County. That part
       of Walworth County consisting of that part of the city of Burlington located in the county.
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                                                ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        68th Assembly District
                            krisTen DexTer
                                                     Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                Kristen Dexter for Assembly
                                                                                  PO Box 22
                                                                        Eau Claire, WI 54701
                                                                               (715) 579.5288
                                                                dexter4assembly@charter.net
                                                                      dexterforassembly.com
                                                                        PAC Contributions: Accepted




       K
              risten Dexter was elected to the
              Altoona Board of Education in
              2002 and served for six years.
       In addition to regular board duties,
       she sat on the Educational Planning
       Council and Policy Committee for
       the school district. After helping State
       Sen. Pat Kreitlow win election in
       2006, Kristen worked as his Commu-
       nity Outreach Director. She has been a
       volunteer with the Girl Scouts, Meals
       on Wheels, and currently serves on
       the Regional Steering Committee for
       Health Literacy Wisconsin. Dexter
       was born and raised on the farm
       where her parents still live. She is a
       graduate of UW-River Falls and for
       15 years has been married to Donn, a
       neurologist at Luther Midelfort. They
       have three children.




       District Information:
       Sixty-eighth assembly district. All of the following territory constitutes the 68th assembly district: (1)
       Chippewa County. That part of Chippewa County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Hallie,
       Lafayette, and Wheaton. (b) That part of the city of Eau Claire located in the county. (2) Eau Claire Coun-
       ty. That part of Eau Claire County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Lincoln, Ludington,
       Seymour, and Union. (b) That part of the town of Washington comprising wards 9 and 13. (c) The village
       of Fall Creek. (d) That part of the city of Altoona comprising wards 8, 12, and 13. (e) That part of the city of
p.77   Eau Claire comprising wards 1, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 19, 22, 23, 29, 34, 35, 36, and 37.
                                                      ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        69th Assembly District
                                                                             Tim swiggum
                                                     Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                    Swiggum for Assembly
                                                                                 PO Box 267
                                                                           Owen, WI 54460
                                                                              (715) 229.2665
                                                          swiggumforassembly@verizon.net
                                                             www.swiggumforassembly.com
                                                                        PAC Contributions: Accepted




       T
             im Swiggum is a four term                            nership, Clark County Tavern League,
             Mayor of Owen. He owned the                          and the Friends of the old school. His
             Blackhawk Country Inn restau-                        wife, Karen, is a teacher at Thorp
       rant in Owen until 2006. Swiggum                           High School. They have one daughter,
       also served three years in the United                      Rebecca. This is Swiggum’s second
       States military. Additionally, he served                   run for the 69th assembly district.
       as President of the Clark County
       United Way and currently serves as
       Vice President. He is the President of
       the Owen-Withee Economic Develop-
       ment Corp., Treasurer of the United
       Communities of Clark County, and a
       trustee with the Owen United Church
       of Christ. Swiggum is also a member
       of the Owen American Legion, Vets
       Club, Jaycees, Clark County Tourism,
       Owen Library Board, Hwy 29 Part-



       District Information:
       Sixty-ninth assembly district. All of the following territory constitutes the 69th assembly district: (1)
       Chippewa County. That part of Chippewa County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of
       Delmar, Edson, and Sigel. (b) The village of Boyd. (c) The city of Stanley. (2) Clark County. That part of
       Clark County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Beaver, Butler, Colby, Eaton, Foster, Fre-
       mont, Grant, Green Grove, Hendren, Hewett, Hixon, Hoard, Longwood, Loyal, Lynn, Mayville, Mead,
       Mentor, Pine Valley, Reseburg, Seif, Sherman, Sherwood, Thorp, Unity, Warner, Washburn, Weston,
       Withee, Worden, and York. (b) The villages of Curtiss, Granton, and Withee. (c) That part of the village
       of Dorchester located in the county. (d) That part of the village of Unity located in the county. (e) The
       cities of Greenwood, Loyal, Neillsville, Owen, and Thorp. (f) That part of the city of Abbotsford located
       in the county. (g) That part of the city of Colby located in the county. (3) Eau Claire County. That part
       of Eau Claire County consisting of the town of Wilson. (4) Marathon County. That part of Marathon
       County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Brighton, Cleveland, Eau Pleine, Frankfort,
       Hull, McMillan, Spencer, and Wien. (b) The villages of Edgar, Fenwood, Spencer, and Stratford. (c) That
       part of the village of Dorchester located in the county. (d) That part of the village of Unity located in the
       county. (e) That part of the city of Abbotsford located in the county. (f) That part of the city of Colby
       located in the county. (5) Taylor County. That part of Taylor County consisting of the town of Taft. (6)
p.78   Wood County. That part of Wood County consisting of the town of Lincoln.
                                                    ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        70th Assembly District
                         amy sue vruwink
                                                     Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                               Friends of Amy Sue Vruwink
                                                                                 PO Box 124
                                                                          Blenker, WI 54415
                                                                              (715) 652.2638
                                                                          avruwink@tds.net
                                                        www.users.tznet.com/~vruwink2002/
                                                                        PAC Contributions: Accepted




       R
             epresentative Amy Sue Vruwink
             is a native of the 70th Assembly
             District. She grew up on a dairy
       farm and has strong agricultural con-
       nections throughout the area. Vruwink
       has worked for Congressman Dave
       Obey and the Farm Bureau Federation.
       She earned her B.S. in Communica-
       tions from Marian College in Fond
       du Lac. Vruwink is a member of the
       Marshfield Chamber of Commerce, the
       Wood County Democratic Party, the
       Wood County Farm Bureau, and the
       Wisconsin Bear Hunters Association.




       District Information:
       All of the following territory constitutes the 70th assembly district: (1) Marathon County. That part of
       Marathon County consisting of that part of the city of Marshfield located in the county. (2) Portage County.
       That part of Portage County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Carson, Dewey, Eau Pleine,
       Hull, Linwood, and Sharon. (b) That part of the town of Grant comprising ward 3. (c) That part of the town
       of Plover comprising wards 1 and 4. (d) The village of Junction City. (e) That part of the village of Milladore
       located in the county. (3) Wood County. That part of Wood County consisting of all of the following: (a) The
       towns of Arpin, Auburndale, Cameron, Cary, Cranmoor, Dexter, Hansen, Hiles, Marshfield, Milladore,
       Port Edwards, Remington, Richfield, Rock, Rudolph, Seneca, Sherry, Sigel, and Wood. (b) The villages of
       Arpin, Auburndale, Hewitt, Rudolph, and Vesper. (c) That part of the village of Milladore located in the
       county. (d) The cities of Nekoosa and Pittsville. (e) That part of the city of Marshfield located in the county.
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                                                    ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATS CANDIDATE GUIDE 2008
        71st Assembly District
                        louis molePske, Jr.
                                                 Campaign Committee Contact Information:
                                                                    Friends of Molepske
                                                                      1557 Church Street
                                                                Stevens Point, WI 54481
                                                                           (715) 342.8985
                                                                    ljmjr1@hotmail.com
                                                              www.louismolepske.com
                                                                  PAC Contributions: Accepted




       R
             epresentative Louis Molepske,
             Jr. was elected in a July 2003
             special election. Molepske is
       a graduate of the University of Wis-
       consin, where he received a degree
       in Political Science with an emphasis
       in Journalism, and later earned a law
       degree from Marquette University.
       Before his election in 2003, Molepske
       served as a Special Prosecutor for the
       Portage County District Attorney's
       Office and a City of Stevens Point
       Assistant City Attorney. He remains
       active in the community as a volunteer
       for the Portage County Big Brothers
       and Big Sisters Program, a member
       of the Portage Democratic Party, and
       as a member of the Portage County
       Bar Association. He also serves on the
       UW-Stevens Point College of Natural
       Resources Advisory Board.




       District Information:
       All of the following territory constitutes the 71st assembly district: (1) Portage County.
       That part of Portage County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Almond, Amherst,
       Belmont, Buena Vista, Lanark, New Hope, Pine Grove, and Stockton. (b) That part of the town of Plover
       comprising wards 2 and 3. (c) The villages of Almond, Amherst, Amherst Junction, Nelsonville, Park
       Ridge, Plover, and Whiting. (d) The city of Stevens Point. (2) Waushara County. That part of Waushara
       County consisting of all of the following: (a) The towns of Deerfield, Hancock, Oasis, Plainfield, and
p.80   Rose. (b) The villages of Hancock and Plainfield.
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