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  WI State Assembly
INCUMBENT
  PartyRepublican
Name Republican Party Control
Won11/06/2018
Votes63 (63.64%)
Margin27 (+27.27%)
Term01/07/2019 - 01/04/2021
Leadership
  Speaker  Robin J. Vos 4 18 +100.00%
 Speaker Pro Tempore   
  Majority Leader  Jim Steineke 3 18 +100.00%
  Majority Leader (Assistant)  Mary Czaja-Felzkowski 1 18 +100.00%
  Minority Leader  Gordon Hintz 2 18 +100.00%
  Minority Leader (Assistant)  Dianne H. Hesselbein 2 18 +100.00%
State House
  WI State House 01   Joel C. Kitchens 3 18 +36.86%
  WI State House 02   Shae Sortwell 1 18 +17.88%
  WI State House 03   Ron Tusler 2 18 +14.74%
  WI State House 04   David Steffen 3 18 +9.70%
  WI State House 05   Jim Steineke 5 18 +22.12%
  WI State House 06   Gary Tauchen 7 18 +30.06%
  WI State House 07  Daniel G. Riemer 4 18 +57.91%
  WI State House 08   JoCasta Zamarripa 5 18 +63.56%
  WI State House 09   Marisabel Cabrera 1 18 +95.91%
  WI State House 10   David Bowen 3 18 +98.22%
  WI State House 11   Jason M. Fields 6 18 +97.49%
  WI State House 12   LaKeshia N. Myers 1 18 +96.90%
  WI State House 13   Rob Hutton 4 18 +2.95%
  WI State House 14   Robyn Vining 1 18 +0.39%
  WI State House 15   Joe Sanfelippo 4 18 +12.35%
  WI State House 16   Kalan Haywood 1 18 +97.60%
  WI State House 17   David C. Crowley 2 18 +98.09%
  WI State House 18   Evan Goyke 4 18 +97.99%
  WI State House 19   Jonathan Brostoff 3 18 +95.00%
  WI State House 20   Christine M. Sinicki 10 18 +92.18%
  WI State House 21   Jessie Rodriguez 3 18 +9.47%
  WI State House 22   Janel Brandtjen 3 18 +28.60%
  WI State House 23   Jim Ott 7 18 +3.92%
  WI State House 24   Dan Knodl 6 18 +7.31%
  WI State House 25   Paul Tittl 4 18 +24.09%
  WI State House 26   Terry Katsma 3 18 +16.10%
  WI State House 27   Tyler Vorpagel 3 18 +19.28%
  WI State House 28   Gae Magnafici 1 18 +18.03%
  WI State House 29   Rob Stafsholt 2 18 +12.11%
  WI State House 30   Shannon Zimmerman 2 18 +7.87%
  WI State House 31   Amy Loudenbeck 5 18 +15.00%
  WI State House 32   Tyler August 5 18 +18.51%
  WI State House 33   Cody Horlacher 3 18 +25.54%
  WI State House 34   Rob Swearingen 4 18 +23.90%
  WI State House 35   Mary Czaja-Felzkowski 4 18 +25.53%
  WI State House 36   Jeffrey L. Mursau 8 18 +34.01%
  WI State House 37   John Jagler 4 18 +92.00%
  WI State House 38   Barbara Dittrich 1 18 +15.21%
  WI State House 39   Mark Born 4 18 +26.76%
  WI State House 40   Kevin David Petersen 7 18 +28.65%
  WI State House 41   Joan A. Ballweg 8 18 +25.77%
  WI State House 42   Jon Plumer 1 18 +15.42%
  WI State House 43   Don Vruwink 2 18 +20.38%
  WI State House 44  Debra Kolste 4 18 +94.94%
  WI State House 45   Mark Spreitzer 3 18 +59.62%
  WI State House 46   Gary Hebl 8 18 +94.44%
  WI State House 47   Jimmy Anderson 2 18 +96.03%
  WI State House 48   Melissa Sargent 4 18 +96.44%
  WI State House 49   Travis Tranel 5 18 +17.81%
  WI State House 50   Tony Kurtz 1 18 +11.99%
  WI State House 51   Todd Novak 3 18 +1.35%
  WI State House 52   Jeremy Thiesfeldt 5 18 +23.32%
  WI State House 53   Michael Schraa 4 18 +26.47%
  WI State House 54   Gordon Hintz 7 18 +88.09%
  WI State House 55   Mike Rohrkaste 3 18 +10.35%
  WI State House 56   Dave Murphy 4 18 +19.65%
  WI State House 57   Amanda Stuck 3 18 +96.40%
  WI State House 58   Rick Gundrum 1 18 +41.97%
  WI State House 59   Timothy Ramthun 1 18 +98.60%
  WI State House 60   Robert Brooks 3 18 +29.82%
  WI State House 61   Samantha J. Kerkman 10 18 +23.84%
  WI State House 62   Robert Wittke 1 18 +9.83%
  WI State House 63   Robin J. Vos 8 18 +22.07%
  WI State House 64   Tip McGuire 1 19 +24.85%
  WI State House 65   Tod Ohnstad 4 18 +93.64%
  WI State House 66   Greta Neubauer 1 18 +94.01%
  WI State House 67   Rob Summerfield 2 18 +23.57%
  WI State House 68   Jesse James 1 18 +15.22%
  WI State House 69   Bob Kulp 3 18 +82.95%
  WI State House 70   Nancy VanderMeer 3 18 +23.91%
  WI State House 71   Katrina Shankland 4 18 +95.49%
  WI State House 72   Scott S. Krug 5 18 +14.67%
  WI State House 73   Nick Milroy 6 18 +93.97%
  WI State House 74   Beth Meyers 3 18 +12.35%
  WI State House 75   Romaine Robert Quinn 3 18 +24.36%
  WI State House 76   Chris Taylor 4 18 +96.88%
  WI State House 77   Sheila Stubbs 1 18 +97.35%
  WI State House 78  Lisa Subeck 3 18 +96.12%
  WI State House 79   Dianne H. Hesselbein 4 18 +95.16%
  WI State House 80   Sondy Pope 9 18 +95.38%
  WI State House 81   Dave Considine 3 18 +97.29%
  WI State House 82   Kenneth P. Skowronski 3 18 +36.70%
  WI State House 83   Chuck Wichgers 2 18 +39.77%
  WI State House 84   Mike Kuglitsch 5 18 +14.95%
  WI State House 85   Patrick Snyder 2 18 +10.58%
  WI State House 86   John Spiros 4 18 +22.98%
  WI State House 87   James W. Edming 3 18 +32.27%
  WI State House 88   John Macco 3 18 +6.69%
  WI State House 89   John Nygren 7 18 +33.77%
  WI State House 90   Staush Gruszynski 1 18 +92.69%
  WI State House 91   Jodi Emerson 1 18 +33.07%
  WI State House 92   Treig E. Pronschinske 2 18 +10.29%
  WI State House 93   Warren Petryk 5 18 +16.43%
  WI State House 94   Steve Doyle 4 18 +20.40%
  WI State House 95   Jill Billings 4 18 +100.00%
  WI State House 96   Loren Oldenburg 1 18 +3.31%
  WI State House 97   Scott Allen 3 18 +92.05%
  WI State House 98   Adam Neylon 4 18 +94.23%
  WI State House 99  Cindi Duchow 3 18 +95.88%
Summation
 PartySeatsVotesSeat %Vote %
 Republican6661854663%88%
 Democratic388405736%11%


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DescriptionThe Wisconsin State Assembly is the lower house of the Wisconsin
Legislature. Together with the smaller Wisconsin Senate, the two
comprise the legislative branch of the U.S. state of Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin Constitution limits the size of the State Assembly to
between 54 and 100 members inclusive.

Currently, Wisconsin is divided into 99 Assembly Districts apportioned
amongst the state based on population as determined by the decennial
census, for a total of 99 Representatives.

Representatives are elected for two year terms, elected during the fall
elections. If a vacancy occurs in an Assembly seat between elections,
it may be filled only by a special election.

The Assembly chamber is located in the west wing of the Wisconsin
State Capitol building, in Madison, Wisconsin.

Wisconsin legislators take office on the first Monday in January following a general election.

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WI State House Districts 2013-2023 Jan 7, 2013-Jan 2, 2023



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