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Term: Petri, Thomas E. 1940

Definition:

(Rep.), 6th Congressional District Born Marinette, May 28, 1940; married; 1 child. Graduate Goodrich H.S.; B.A. Harvard College 1962; J.D. Harvard Law School 1965. Attorney. Former Peace Corps volunteer; White House aide. State legislative service: Elected to Senate 1972 and 1976. Elected to U.S. House of Representatives in April 1979 special election; reelected since 1980. Committee assignments: 108th Congress - Education and the Workforce Committee (vice chp., mbr. since 96th Congress) and its Subcommittee on 21st Century Competitiveness; Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (mbr. since 98th Congress) and its Subcommittees on Highways, Transit and Pipelines (chp.), and on Aviation. Telephones: Washington office: (202) 225-2476; District offices: Fond du Lac: (920) 922-1180; Oshkosh: (920) 231-6333; Toll free: (800) 242-4883. Internet address: http://www.house.gov/petri/welcome.htm Voting address: (Town of Empire) N5329 DeNeveu Lane, Fond du Lac 54935. Mailing addresses: Washington office: 2462 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515-4906; District offices: 490 West Rolling Meadows Drive, Suite B, Fond du Lac 54937; 115 Washington Avenue, Oshkosh 54901. (Blue Book 2003-04)

The Wisconsin Historical Society has manuscripts related to this topic. See the catalog description of the Thomas E. Petri Papers for details.

[Source: Blue book]
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