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Representative André Jacque

Assembly District 2 (R - DePere)

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Madison Office:
Room 212 North
State Capitol
PO Box 8952
Madison, WI 53708
Telephone:
(608) 266-9870
(888) 534-0002
Fax:
(608) 282-3602
Voting Address:
1615 Lost Dauphin Rd.
DePere, WI 54115

Staff:
Steven Janke Steven.Janke@legis.wisconsin.gov
Adam Tobias Adam.Tobias@legis.wisconsin.gov

Biography

Born Beaver Dam, October 13, 1980; married; 4 children. Graduate Green Bay Southwest 1999; B.S. UW-Madison 2003; graduate certificate from UW-Madison La Follette Inst. of Public Affairs. Full-time legislator. Former transit planning coordinator, communications dir., grant-writing consultant. Member: Wis. Council on Domestic Abuse; Wis. Small Business Environmental Council; Green Bay Area Crimestoppers (bd. mbr.); Golden House Domestic Abuse Shelter Community Leadership Council; Brown Co. Taxpayers Assn; Knights of Columbus. Former member: Brown Co. Teen Leadership (bd. mbr.); Brown Co. United Way (marketing and communications com.); Higher Educ. Aids Bd. 2001-03. Recipient: Wis. Coalition Against Domestic Violence Legislative Champion Award; Wis. Counties Assn. Outstanding Legislator Award; Pro-Life Wis. Legislator of the Year; NFIB Guardian of Small Business Award; American Wis. Coalition of Virtual Schools Families Shining Star of Education Reform; Dairy Business Assn. Legislative Excellence Award; Phillips Foundation Distinguished Young Conservative Leader of the Year; Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce Legislator of the Year; Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Legislator of the Year; Wis. Towns Assn. Friend of Towns; Wis. Professional Police Assn. Law Enforcement Honor Roll; U.S. Chamber of Commerce Inst. for Legal Reform State Legislative Achievement Award.

Elected to Assembly 2010; reelected since 2012.

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