2021-22 Wisconsin state Senate – Members occupations
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2021-22 Wisconsin state Senate – Members occupations

Last updated 4-9-21

Andre Jacque (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 1: Former communications and planning director, and environmental consultant. (Opposed)

Robert Cowles (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 2: Current small business owner and legislator. Former director of an alternative energy division for a communications construction company. (Limited Medical)

Timothy Carpenter (D – WI) Holds office State Senate District 3: Full-time legislator. (Medical / Decriminalization)

Lena Taylor (D – WI) Holds office State Senate District 4: Attorney. (Legal/Medical/Decriminalization)

Dale Kooyenga (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 5: Certified public accountant. Member U.S. Army Reserve, 2005—present. Iraq War veteran. (Limited Medical / Decriminalization)

LaTonya Johnson (D – WI) Holds office State Senate District 6: Full-time legislator. Former family child care provider/owner, 2002—12; insurance agent, 2000—02; financial employment planner, 1997—2000. (Legal/Medical/Decriminalization)

Christopher Larson (D – WI) Holds office State Senate District 7: Full-time legislator. Former business manager. (Legal/Medical/Decriminalization)

Alberta Darling (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 8: Former teacher and marketing director. (Opposed)

Devin LeMahieu (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 9: Publisher/owner, Lakeshore Weekly. (Opposed)

Rob Stafsholt (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 10: Small business owner of residential rental and real estate investment company; farmer; assistant coach for the New Richmond-Somerset High School trap team. Former co-owner of a salad and food dressings manufacturing and sales company; mortgage loan originator. (Medical / Decriminalization)

Stephen Nass (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 11: Owner, rental property business. Former payroll benefits analyst and information analyst/negotiator. Member of Wisconsin Air National Guard (retired, CMSgt, 33 years of service), served in Middle East in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. (Opposed / Voted NO to Industrial Hemp)

Mary Felzkowski (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 12: Insurance agency owner. (Legal/Medical/Decriminalization)

John Jagler (R – WI) Holds State Senate District 13: Realtor; owner, family-run natural dog treat company; owner, communications consulting company. Former radio morning show host, news anchor; communications director for former assembly speaker Jeff Fitzgerald. (Medical)

Joan Ballweg (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 14: Co-owner of farm equipment business. Former first grade teacher. (Opposed)

Janis Ringhand (D – WI) Holds office State Senate District 15: Full-time legislator. Former accountant for small businesses, executive director of nonprofit. (Medical)

Melissa Sargent (D – WI) Holds office State Senate District 16: Small business owner. (Legal/Medical/Decriminalization)

Howard Marklein (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 17: Certified public accountant (CPA); certified fraud examiner (CFE). (Opposed) (Maybe on limited medical)

Dan Feyen (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 18: Print and bindery coordinator. (Opposed)

Roger Roth (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 19: Self-employed home builder. First lieutenant in the Wisconsin Air National Guard; Iraq War veteran. (Moved from opposed to Limited Medical in April 2021)

Duey Stroebel (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 20: Real Estate (Opposed) (Voted NO to Industrial Hemp)

Van Wanggaard (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 21: Full-time legislator. Retired traffic investigator, Racine Police Department; adjunct instructor, Gateway Technical College and Northwestern Traffic Institute; police liaison and security, Racine Unified School District. (Opposed)

Bob Wirch (D – WI) Holds office State Senate District 22: Full-time legislator. Former factory worker and liaison to JTPA programs; served in Army Reserve, 1965–71. (Limited Medical)

Kathy Bernier (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 23: Full-time legislator; Chippewa County Clerk from 1999-2011. (Legal/Medical/Decriminalization)

Patrick Testin (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 24: Sales professional for Wisconsin-based wine distributor. (Medical)

Janet Bewley (D – WI) Holds office State Senate District 25: Full-time legislator. Former Community Relations Officer, Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority; former Dean of Students, Northland College; former executive director, Mary H. Rice Foundation. (Decriminalization)

Kelda Roys (D – WI) Holds office State Senate District 26: American tech entrepreneur, business owner, attorney (Legal/Medical/Decriminalization)

Jon Erpenbach (D – WI) Holds office State Senate District 27: Former communications director, legislative aide, radio personality, short order cook, meat packer, truck driver, and City of Middleton recreation instructor. (Medical)

Julian Bradley (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 28: Manager at a telecommunications firm. (Limited Medical / Decriminalization)

Jerry Petrowski (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 29: Former ginseng, dairy, and beef farmer. Served in Army Reserve, 1968–74. (Unknown)

Eric Wimberger (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 30: Small business owner, an attorney for his own law practice, and a former U.S. Marine Corps Captain JAG Officer. (Legal/Medical/Decriminalization)

Jeffrey Smith (D – WI) Holds office State Senate District 31: Former owner/operator of window cleaning business, 1973–2011 (Legal/Medical/Decriminalization)

Brad Pfaff (D – WI) Holds office State Senate District 32: Deputy chief of staff to U.S. Representative and as the executive director of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency. (Medical)

Chris Kapenga (R – WI) Holds office State Senate District 33: Business owner. Certified public accountant. (Opposed)

Not sure which of the above represent you? Here is the link to find out who: https://maps.legis.wisconsin.gov/

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