He served as a delegate to the First (1846) Wisconsin Constitutional Convention. He was elected to the Senate for 1849 (succeeding Democrat Philo White), served two years, and was succeeded in the 1851 session by fellow Free Soiler Stephen O. Bennett.
- "Members of the Wisconsin Legislature 1848–1999 State of Wisconsin Legislative Bureau. Information Bulletin 99-1, September 1999. p. 20
- The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin; comprising Jefferson's manual, rules, forms and laws for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference Tenth Annual Edition. Madison: Atwood and Culver, State Printers, Journal Block, 1871; p. 182, 184, 185, 187, 188
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