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WISCONSIN CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION

Wisconsin has eight U.S. Representatives

Ryan, Paul (R-Janesville) Ryan is also Mitt Romney's running mate in the 2012 U.S. presidential campaign.
Baldwin, Tammy (D-Madison)
Kind, Ron (D-La Crosse)
Moore, Gwen (D-Milwaukee)
Sensenbrenner, Jim (R-Menomonee Falls)
Petri, Thomas E. (R-Fond du Lac)
Duffy, Sean (R-Wausau)
Ribble, Reid (R-Appleton)
Wisconsin has two U.S. Senators

Kohl, Herb (D-Madison)
Johnson, Ron (R-Oshkosh)
Find out more about your representatives by going to their websites. Read about legislation our lawmakers are working on, and let them know how you feel about issues that affect you and your family. Remember, our elected officials are public servants working for you!

Who are your legislators?

Wisconsin state quarter
Wisconsin's Commemorative Quarter was released on October 25, 2004. The design on Wisconsin's coin features the head of a Holstein cow, a partial wheel of cheese and an ear of corn. See a few proposed designs that did not make it to the coin by visiting Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions. Also see more State Symbols at this website.

Some argue that our commemorative quarter is not real indicative of all that our state has to offer. In addition to our agricultural and dairy heritage, Wisconsin is quickly becoming the Silicon Valley of the Midwest.
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