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Term: Kreuser, James E. 1961

Definition: (Dem.), 64th Assembly District Born Kenosha, May 20, 1961; married; 2 sons. Graduate Tremper H.S. 1979; B.A. in political science, UW-Parkside 1983; M.P.A. UW-Parkside 1986. Full-time legislator. Former admin. assistant to Kenosha County Executive. Member: Southport Masonic Lodge No. 343; Senior Action Council; Kenosha Area Business Alliance; Democratic Party of Wis.; Danish Brotherhood; Polish Legion of Amer. Veterans; Ducks Unlimited; Kenosha Inst. of the Arts; Kenosha Sport Fishing and Cons. Assn.; Urban League of Racine and Kenosha; Natl. Alliance of the Mentally Ill; Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha; AAUW; Democratic Leadership Council. Former member: Red Cross Exec. Bd.; UFCW No. 1444. Elected to Assembly in August 1993 special election; reelected since 1994. Minority Leader 2003; Assistant Minority Leader 2001 (eff. 5/1/01). Biennial committee assignments: 2003 - Assembly Organization (also 2001); Jt. Com. on Employment Relations; Jt. Legislative Council; Jt. Com. on Legislative Organization (also 2001); Rules (also 2001). 2001 - Jt. Com. for Review of Admin. Rules (also 1999, 1997); Review of Administrative Rules; Jt. Com. on Audit; Audit; Information Policy and Technology; Jt. Com. on Information Policy and Technology; Financial Institutions (also 1999); Veterans and Military Affairs (also 1999). 1999 - Jt. Com. on Information Policy; Information Policy; Transportation Projects Comn. (also 1997); Legis. Coun. Coms. on Navigable Waters Recodification, on State- Tribal Relations. 1997 - Elections and Constitutional Law (also 1995); Mandates (also 1995); Legis. Coun. Coms. on Health and Economics of the Tavern Industry, on Public School Open Enrollment. 1995 - Highways and Transportation. 1993 - Elections, Constitutional Law and Corrections (vice chp.); Highways; Legis. Coun. Com. on Electronic Benefit Transfer System and American Indian Study Com. Telephone: Office: (608) 266-5504; (888) 534-0064 (toll free); District: (262) 553-5555; Fax: (608) 282-3664. E-mail address: Voting address: 3505 14th Place, Kenosha 53144. Mailing address: Office: Room 201 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison 53708. (Blue Book 2003-2004)

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