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U.S. Senate


Ron Johnson

R-Oshkosh, elected in 2016 to a second six-year term
(202) 224-5323
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Twitter: @SenRonJohnson
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Chief of staff: Sean Riley
Born Mankato, Minn., April 8, 1955. Plastics manufacturing company owner; accountant.
Committees: Budget; Commerce, Science & Transportation; Foreign Relations, Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs 


Tammy Baldwin
D-Madison, re-elected in 2018 to a second six-year term
(202) 224-5653
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Twitter: @SenatorBaldwin
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Chief of staff: Ken Reidy
Born Madison, Feb. 11, 1962. Former practicing attorney. Elected to state Assembly 1992-96.  Elected to U.S. House of Representatives 1998-2010 and to U.S. Senate in 2012.
Committees: Appropriations; Commerce, Science and Transportation; Health, Education, Labor and Pensions 

House of Representatives


1st Congressional District, Bryan Steil

R-Janesville, re-elected in 2020 to a second two-year term
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(202) 225-3031
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Twitter: @RepBryanSteil
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Chief of staff: Ryan Carney
Born Janesville, March 3, 1981. Attorney for manufacturing companies. University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents, 2016-2018. Elected to U.S. House of Representatives 2018.
Committee: Administration, Financial Services 


2nd Congressional District, Mark Pocan

D-Town of Vermont, re-elected in 2020 to a fifth two-year term
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(202) 225-2906
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Twitter: @repmarkpocan
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Chief of staff: Glenn Wavrunek
Born Kenosha, Aug. 14, 1964. Owner of printing company. Dane County supervisor 1991- 1996; elected to state Assembly 1998-2010, former Joint Finance Committee co-chair. Elected to U.S. House of Representatives 2012 and re-elected since. Co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus since 2017.
Committees: Appropriations; Education & Labor 


3rd Congressional District, Ron Kind

D-La Crosse, re-elected in 2020 to a 13th two-year term
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(202) 225-5506
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Twitter: @RepRonKind
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Chief of staff: Hana Greenberg
Born La Crosse, March 16, 1963. Attorney; former La Crosse County assistant district attorney and state of Wisconsin special prosecutor. Elected to U.S. House of Representatives 1996; re-elected since.
Committee: Ways and Means


4th Congressional District, Gwen Moore

D-Milwaukee, re-elected in 2020 to a ninth two-year term
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(202) 225-4572
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Twitter: @RepGwenMoore
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Chief of staff: Sean Gard
Born Racine, April 18, 1951. Former housing officer with Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority. Elected to state Assembly 1988 and 1990; elected to state Senate 1992-2000. Elected to U.S. House of Representatives 2004; re-elected since.
Committee: Ways and Means


5th Congressional District, Scott Fitzgerald

R-Juneau, elected in 2020
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(202) 225-5101
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Twitter: @fitzgeraldforwi
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Born Chicago, Nov. 16, 1963. Former associate newspaper publisher; member of the U.S. Army Reserve (rank Lt. Colonel). Elected to state Senate 1994; re-elected since 1998.
Committees: Education & Labor; Judiciary; Small Business


6th Congressional District, Glenn Grothman

R-Glenbeulah, re-elected in 2020 to a fourth two-year term
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(202) 225-2476
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Twitter: @RepGrothman
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Chief of staff: Rachel VerVelde
Born Milwaukee, July 3, 1955. Former practicing attorney. Elected to state Assembly in December 1993 special election, re-elected 1994-2002; elected to state Senate 2004. Elected to U.S. House of Representatives in 2014.
Committees: Budget; Education & Labor; Oversight & Reform


7th Congressional District, Tom Tiffany

R-Minocqa, elected in a May special election, re-elected to a first two-year term
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(202) 225-3365
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Twitter: @RepTiffany
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Chief of staff: Jason Bauknecht
Born Wabasha, Minn. December 30, 1957. Former town supervisor for Little Rice. Elected to state Assembly 2010. Elected to state Senate 2012, re-elected in 2016.
Committees: Judiciary, Natural Resources


8th Congressional District, Mike Gallagher

R-Allouez, re-elected in 2020 to a third two-year term
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(202) 225-5665
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Twitter: @RepGallagher
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Chief of staff: Taylor Andreae
Born Green Bay, March 3, 1984. Former Marine intelligence officer. Served as Republican staffer for the Middle East, North Africa and counterterrorism on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and was national security adviser for Gov. Scott Walker’s presidential campaign. Most recently worked as senior global market strategist at Breakthrough Fuel in Green Bay. Elected to U.S. House of Representatives 2016.
Committees: Armed Services; Transportation and Infrastructure