Wisconsin Senate, District 20
|Type||District of the Upper House|
|Duey Stroebel, (R)|
The 20th District of the Wisconsin Senate is located in eastern Wisconsin, and is currently composed of parts of Dodge, Fond du Lac, Sheboygan, Ozaukee, and Washington counties. The district is north of Milwaukee, and lies along the shore of Lake Michigan.
Current elected officials
Duey Stroebel was elected in a special election to the 20th Senate District on April 7, 2015. He had previously been a State Assemblyman from the 60th District from 2011-2015 until he gave it up in a losing effort in the Republican Primary for the 6th Congressional District in 2014, an election won by Stroebel's predecessor in the 20th Senate District, Glenn Grothman.
- The 58th (represented by Bob Gannon)
- The 59th (represented by Jesse Kremer)
- the 60th (represented by Robert Brooks).
The district is also located partly within Wisconsin's 5th congressional district, which is represented by Jim Sensenbrenner, and partly within Wisconsin's 6th congressional district, which is represented by Grothman.
The district has previously been represented by:
- Glenn Grothman, 2005-2015
- Mary Panzer, 1993–2005
- Donald K. Stitt, 1985–1993
- David W. Opitz, 1979-1984
- Ernest Keppler, 1961–1979
- Louis H. Prange, 1953–1957
- Henry Krumrey, 1909-1913
- Fred A. Dennett, 1897-1901
- Dennis T. Phalen
- Major C. Mead, 1889–1892
- Ignatius Klotz, 1885-1889
- Patrick Henry Smith, 1880-1884
- Louis Wolf, 1878–1879
- Joseph Wagner, 1872-1875
- Hiram S. Town, 1870-1871
- George Mitchell, 1862-1863
- Bertine Pinckney, 1853
Note: the boundaries of districts have changed repeatedly over history. Previous politicians of a specific numbered district have represented a completely different geographic area, due to redistricting.
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