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Representative David Bowen

Assembly District 10

(D - Milwaukee) Madison Office:
Room 126 North
State Capitol
PO Box 8952
Madison, WI 53708
Telephone:
(608) 266-7671
(888) 534-0010
Fax:
(608) 282-3610
Voting Address:
4080 N. 21st St. #3
Milwaukee, WI 53209

Staff:
Bryce Dille Bryce.Dille@legis.wisconsin.gov
Michael Lindvall Michael.Lindvall2@legis.wisconsin.gov

Biography

  • Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, January 28, 1987; married.
  • Graduated Bradley Technology High School, 2005; Scholar of Education Policy and Community Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
  • Member: Milwaukee County Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative Advisory Committee; Beyond the Bell Milwaukee (steering committee); Black Youth Project-100; African American Breastfeeding Network (advisory board); Democratic Party of Wisconsin (vice chair); State Innovation Exchange; Democratic National Committee State Leader (Super Delegate); People for the American Way Foundation (board); Association of State Democratic Chairs (Midwest Caucus Vice Chair); Young Elected Officials Network; National Black Caucus of State Legislators; National Caucus of State Legislators; Black Millennial Political Convention.
  • Former member: American Legacy Foundation Activism Fellow.
  • Recipient: Public Allies Alumni of the Year Change Maker Award 2013 ; Community Action Program Executive Champion Against Poverty; Young Elected Officials Network Leader of the Year-Public Service Leadership Award; Amani Neighborhood Award; Northwest Side CDC Unsung Hero Award 2014; Safe and Sound Borchert Field C.A.R.E.S. Certificate for Outstanding Community Building Advocate; Conservation Champion Award 2015–16, 2017–18.
  • Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors, 2012–14.
  • Elected to Assembly since 2014.
  • Additional appointments, 2017: Legislative Council Study Committee on School Data.

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2019 Votes