Walter Houser

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Walter L. Houser (May 6, 1855–April 7, 1928) was a politician from the U.S. state of Wisconsin.[1] He served as that state's seventeenth Secretary of State of Wisconsin, serving two terms from January 5, 1903 to January 7, 1907. He was a Republican and served under governors Robert La Follette, Sr. and James O. Davidson.

He resided in Mondovi, Wisconsin at the time of his election, where he also served as mayor.[2]



Political offices
Preceded by
William Froehlich
Secretary of State of Wisconsin
Succeeded by
James Frear