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Senator Howard L. Marklein

President Pro Tempore

Senate District 17 (R - Spring Green)

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Madison Office:
Room 8 South
State Capitol

Madison, WI 53707-7882
Telephone:
(608) 266-0703
Fax:
(608) 282-3557
Voting Address:
S11665 Soeldner Road
Spring Green, WI 53588

Staff:
Scott Coenen Scott.Coenen@legis.wisconsin.gov
Katy Prange Katy.Prange@legis.wisconsin.gov
Matthew Rainey Matthew.Rainey@legis.wisconsin.gov
Vincent Williams Vincent.Williams@legis.wisconsin.gov

Biography

Born Madison, October 3, 1954; married; 2 children, 3 stepchildren, 3 grandchildren. Graduate River Valley H.S. (Spring Green) 1972; B.A. UW-Whitewater 1976. Certified public accountant; certified fraud examiner. Member: St. John’s Catholic Church, Spring Green (fin. com. mbr.); Taliesin Preservation Inc. Bd. of Trustees (treas.); UW-Whitewater Natl. Alumni Assn. (pres.). Former member: UW-Whitewater Foundation (bd. of dir. pres.); Fort Health Care Bd. of Dir. (chp., treas.); Fort Atkinson Rotary Club (pres.); Fort Atkinson Chamber of Commerce (pres.); Whitewater Chamber of Commerce (pres.); Dodgeville Chamber of Commerce (vice pres.). Recipient: WMC Working for Wisconsin Award 2014, 2012; MMAC Champion of Commerce Award 2014, 2012; Wisconsin Pork Association Distinguished Service Award 2013; Wisconsin Newspaper Association Badger Award 2013; Wisconsin Aquaculture Association Legislator of the Year 2013; Dairy Business Association Legislative Excellence Award 2012.

Elected to Assembly 2010, 2012; elected to Senate 2014.

Member of Transportation Projects Commission

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2017 Votes