100th Wisconsin Legislature

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The One-Hundredth Wisconsin Legislature convened on January 3, 2011.

Sessions[edit]

  • 2011 regular session

Party summary[edit]

Senate[edit]

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Republican Democratic Vacant
End of previous legislature 15 18 33 0
Begin 19 14 33 0
August 9, 2011[1] 17 16
March 17, 2012[2] 16 32 1
July 11, 2012 17 33 0
Latest voting share 48% 52%

Assembly[edit]

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Republican Ind Democratic Vacant
End of previous legislature 45 2 50 97 2
Begin[3] 57 1 38 96 3
April 14, 2011[4] 37 95 4
May 3, 2011[5] 59 38 98 1
August 9, 2011[6]
November 8, 2011[7] 39 99 0
June 5, 2012[8] 58 98 1
Latest voting share 60.2% 39.8%

Officers[edit]

  • Legislative Leadership for 2011-12 [9]
  • Wisconsin [10]

Senate[edit]

President of the Senate: Sen. Fred Risser
President pro tempore: Sen. Tim Carpenter
Chief Clerk: Hon. Robert J. Marchant
Sergeant at arms: Hon. Edward Blazel

Democratic leadership
Majority Leader: Sen. Mark Miller
Assistant Majority Leader: Sen. Dave Hansen
Caucus chairperson: Sen. Julie Lassa
Caucus vice chairperson: Sen. Kathleen Vinehout
Caucus sergeant at arms: None
Republican leadership
Minority Leader: Sen. Scott L. Fitzgerald
Assistant Minority Leader: Sen. Glenn Grothman
Caucus chairperson: Sen. Vacant
Caucus vice chairperson: Sen. Sheila Harsdorf
Caucus sergeant at arms: None

Assembly[edit]

Speaker of the Assembly: Rep. Jeff Fitzgerald
Speaker pro tempore: Rep. Bill Kramer
Chief clerk: Hon. Patrick E. Fuller
Sergeant at arms: Hon. Anne Tonnon Byers

Republican leadership
Majority Leader: Rep. Scott Suder
Assistant majority leader: Rep. Dan Knodl
Caucus chairperson: Rep. Joan Ballweg
Caucus vice chairperson: Rep. John Murtha
Caucus secretary: Rep. Mary Williams
Caucus sergeant at arms: Rep. Samantha Kerkman
Democratic leadership
Minority Leader: Rep. Peter Barca
Assistant minority leader: Rep. Donna Seidel
Caucus chairperson: Rep. Kelda Helen Roys
Caucus vice chairperson: Rep. Fred Clark
Caucus secretary: Rep. Penny Bernard Schaber
Caucus sergeant at arms: Rep. Josh Zepnick

Members[edit]

Senate[edit]

Members[edit]

Senator District Party Current Age First elected Seat up
Frank Lasee 01 Republican 55 2010 2014
Robert Cowles 02 Republican 67 1987 2012
Tim Carpenter 03 Democratic 57 2002 2014
Lena Taylor 04 Democratic 51 2004 2012
Leah Vukmir 05 Republican 59 2010 2014
Spencer Coggs 06 Democratic 68 2003 2012
Chris Larson 07 Democratic 37 2010 2014
Alberta Darling 08 Republican 73 1992 2012
Joe Leibham 09 Republican 48 2002 2014
Sheila Harsdorf 10 Republican 61 2000 2012
Neal Kedzie 11 Republican 61 2002 2014
Jim Holperin 12 Democratic 66 2008 2012
Scott Fitzgerald 13 Republican 54 1994 2014
Luther Olsen 14 Republican 66 2004 2012
Tim Cullen 15 Democratic 73 2010 2014
Mark Miller 16 Democratic 74 2004 2012
Dale Schultz 17 Republican 64 1991 2014
Jessica King 18 Democratic 42 2011† 2012
Michael Ellis 19 Republican 76 1982 2014
Glenn Grothman 20 Republican 62 2004 2012
John Lehman 21 Democratic 72 2012† 2014
Robert Wirch 22 Democratic 74 1996 2012
Terry Moulton 23 Republican 71 2010 2014
Julie Lassa 24 Democratic 47 2003 2012
Robert Jauch 25 Democratic 71 1986 2014
Fred Risser 26 Democratic 90 1962 2012
Jon Erpenbach 27 Democratic 56 1998 2014
Mary Lazich 28 Republican 65 1998 2012
Jerry Petrowski 29 Republican 67 2012† 2014
Dave Hansen 30 Democratic 69 2000 2012
Kathleen Vinehout 31 Democratic 59 2006 2014
Jennifer Shilling 32 Democratic 48 2011† 2012
Rich Zipperer 33 Republican 43 2010 2014
† Elected in a recall election (2011, 2012)

Assembly[edit]

Members[edit]

District Representative Party Current Age Residence First Elected
1 Garey Bies Rep 71 Sister Bay 2000
2 Andre Jacque Rep 37 Bellevue 2010
3 Alvin Ott Rep 68 Forest Junction 1986
4 Chad Weininger Rep 45 Green Bay 2010
5 Jim Steineke Rep 46 Kaukauna 2010
6 Gary Tauchen Rep 63 Bonduel 2006
7 Peggy Krusick Dem 61 Milwaukee 1983
8 Jocasta Zamarripa Dem 41 Milwaukee 2010
9 Josh Zepnick Dem 49 Milwaukee 2002
10 Elizabeth M. Coggs Dem 57 Milwaukee 2010
11 Jason Fields Dem 43 Milwaukee 2004
12 Frederick P. Kessler Dem 77 Milwaukee 2004
13 David Cullen Dem 57 Milwaukee 1990
14 Dale P. Kooyenga Rep 38 Brookfield 2010
15 Tony Staskunas Dem 56 West Allis 1996
16 Leon Young Dem 50 Milwaukee 1992
17 Barbara Toles Dem 61 Milwaukee 2004
18 Tamara Grigsby Dem 42 Milwaukee 2004
19 Jon Richards Dem 54 Milwaukee 1998
20 Christine Sinicki Dem 57 Bay View 1998
21 Mark Honadel Rep 61 South Milwaukee 2003
22 Sandy Pasch Dem 63 Whitefish Bay 2008
23 Jim Ott Rep 70 Mequon 2006
24 Dan Knodl Rep 58 Germantown 2008
25 Bob Ziegelbauer Ind 66 Manitowoc 1992
26 Mike Endsley Rep 55 Sheboygan 2010
27 Steve Kestell Rep 62 Herman 1998
28 Erik Severson Rep 43 Star Prairie 2010
29 John Murtha Rep 66 Baldwin 2006
30 Dean Knudson Rep 56 Hudson 2010
31 Stephen Nass Rep 65 Whitewater 1990
32 Tyler August Rep 34 Walworth 2010
33 Chris Kapenga Rep 45 Delafield 2010
34 Dan Meyer Rep 68 Eagle River 2000
35 Tom Tiffany Rep 59 Hazelhurst 2010
36 Jeffrey Mursau Rep 63 Crivitz 2004
37 Andy Jorgensen Dem 50 Fort Atkinson 2006
38 Joel Kleefisch Rep 46 Oconomowoc 2004
39 Jeff Fitzgerald Rep 51 Horicon 2000
40 Kevin David Petersen Rep 52 Waupaca 2006
41 Joan Ballweg Rep 65 Markesan 2004
42 Fred Clark Dem 58 Baraboo 2008
43 Evan Wynn Rep 55 Whitewater 2010
44 Joe Knilans Rep 53 Janesville 2010
45 Amy Loudenbeck Rep 48 Clinton 2010
46 Gary Hebl Dem 66 Sun Prairie 2004
47 Keith Ripp Rep 56 Lodi 2008
48 Chris Taylor Dem 49 Madison 2011
49 Travis Tranel Rep 32 Cuba City 2010
50 Edward Brooks Rep 75 Reedsburg 2008
51 Howard Marklein Rep 63 Spring Green 2010
52 Jeremy Thiesfeldt Rep 50 Fond du Lac 2010
53 Richard Spanbauer Rep 71 Oshkosh 2008
54 Gordon Hintz Dem 43 Oshkosh 2006
55 Dean Kaufert Rep 60 Neenah 1990
56 Michelle Litjens Rep 45 Appleton 2010
57 Penny Bernard Schaber Dem 64 Appleton 2008
58 Patricia Strachota Rep 62 West Bend 2004
59 Daniel LeMahieu Rep 71 Cascade 2002
60 Duey Stroebel Rep 58 Cedarburg 2011
61 Robert L. Turner Dem 70 Racine 1990
62 Cory Mason Dem 44 Racine 2006
63 Robin Vos Rep 49 Burlington 2004
64 Peter Barca Dem 62 Kenosha 1993
65 John Steinbrink Dem 68 Pleasant Prairie 1996
66 Samantha Kerkman Rep 43 Powers Lake 2000
67 Tom Larson Rep 69 Colfax 2010
68 Kathy Bernier Rep 61 Chippewa Falls 2010
69 Scott Suder Rep 49 Abbotsford 1998
70 Amy Sue Vruwink Dem 42 Milladore 2002
71 Louis Molepske Dem 43 Stevens Point 2003
72 Scott Krug Rep 42 Wisconsin Rapids 2010
73 Nick Milroy Dem 43 Superior 2008
74 Janet Bewley Dem 66 Ashland 2010
75 Roger Rivard Rep 65 Rice Lake 2010
76 Terese Berceau Dem 67 Madison 1998
77 Brett Hulsey Dem 58 Madison 2010
78 Mark Pocan Dem 53 Madison 1998
79 Sondy Pope-Roberts Dem 67 Verona 2002
80 Janis Ringhand Dem 67 Evansville 2010
81 Kelda Roys Dem 38 Madison 2008
82 Jeff Stone Rep 56 Greendale 1998
83 David Craig Rep 38 Vernon 2011
84 Mike Kuglitsch Rep 57 New Berlin 2010
85 Donna Seidel Dem 67 Wausau 2004
86 Vacant
87 Mary Williams Rep 68 Medford 2002
88 John Klenke Rep 59 Green Bay 2010
89 John Nygren Rep 53 Marinette 2006
90 Karl Van Roy Rep 78 Howard 2002
91 Chris Danou Dem 50 Trempealeau 2008
92 Mark Radcliffe Dem 46 Black River Falls 2008
93 Warren Petryk Rep 62 Eleva 2010
94 Steve Doyle Dem 59 Onalaska 2011
95 Jill Billings Dem 55 La Crosse 2011
96 Lee Nerison Rep 65 Westby 2004
97 Bill Kramer Rep 52 Waukesha 2006
98 Paul Farrow Rep 53 Pewaukee 2010
99 Don Pridemore Rep 71 Hartford 2004

Changes from the 99th Legislature[edit]

Open seats[edit]

On April 14, 2011, Joe Parisi resigned from the 48th District after being elected Dane County Executive.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Republicans Randy Hopper (District 18) and Dan Kapanke (District 32) recalled and were succeeded by Democrats Jessica King and Jennifer Shilling, respectively.
  2. ^ Republican Pam Galloway (District 29) resigns.
  3. ^ Republicans Mark Gottlieb, Scott Gunderson and Michael Huebsch (Districts 60, 83 and 94, respectively) resigned January 3 to take positions in Gov.-elect Scott Walker's administration.
  4. ^ Democrat Joe Parisi (District 48) resigned after being elected County Executive of Dane County
  5. ^ Republicans Duey Stroebel and David Craig elected to succeed Gottlieb and Gunderson, respectively. Democrat Steve Doyle elected to succeed Huebsch
  6. ^ Democrat Jennifer Shilling (District 95) elected to the State Senate in the Wisconsin Senate recall elections. Democrat Chris Taylor elected to succeed Parisi.
  7. ^ Democrat Jill Billings elected to succeed Shilling.
  8. ^ Republican Jerry Petrowski (District 86) elected to the State Senate in the 2012 recall elections.
  9. ^ Legislative Leadership for 2011-12
  10. ^ Wisconsin Briefs