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Term: Barca, Peter W. 1955
Definition: (Dem.), 1st Congressional District Born Kenosha, August 7, 1955; married; I daughter and 1 son. Graduate Mary D. Bradford H.S.; B.S. UW-Milwaukee 1977; graduate work Harvard University; M.A. in public admin. and in educational admin., UW-Madison 1982. Former employment specialist, teacher of emotionally disturbed, dir. of camp for handicapped children, distribution manager. Member: Kenosha Co. Dem. Party; AFL-CIO and COPE; Assn. for Retarded Citizens; Boys and Girls Club (dir.). Former member: Gateway Enterprise Center Corn. (pres.); United Way (unit chm.); Kenosha Legislative Affairs Corn.; Multiple Sclerosis Soc. (local coord.); Toastmasters Intl. (officer); Community Action Prog. for Delinquent Children. State legislative service: Elected to Assembly 1984-1992. Majority Caucus Chairperson 1991 and 1993. Elected to U.S. House of Representatives in May 1993 special election. Committee assignments: 103rd Congress - Public Works and Transportation Committee; Science, Space and Technology Committee. Telephones: Washington office: (202) 225-3031; District offices: Janesville: (608) 752-9074; Racine: (414) 632-4446. Voting address: 1520 Sheridan Road, Kenosha 53140. Mailing addresses: Washington office: 1719 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515-4901; District offices: 20 South Main Street, Janesville 53545; 1661 Douglas Avenue, Racine 53404. (Blue Book 1993-94)
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Barca, Peter W. 1955