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Term: Warren, Robert W. 1925


(Rep.).: Born Raton, N.M., Aug. 30, 1925; married; 6 children. Grad. Sturgeon Bay high sch. (valedictorian); B.A. magna cum laude Macalester coll., St. Paul, 1950; M.A. in public admin. Univ. of Minn. 1951; J.D. UW-Madison 1956. Attorney; former U.S. state dept. foreign affairs officer; G.I. loan officer; shipfitter's helper. Veteran of World War II; army 1943-46. Mbr. Natl. Assn. of Attys. Gen. (pres.-elect), Midwestern Conf of Attys. Gen. (former chm.), State Bar of Wis., V.F.W., D.A.V., Mill.. Order of the Purple Heart, Optimists, Four Lakes Council of Boy Scouts of Amer.; former mbr. Brown County Bar Assn., Brown County Council of Churches, Family Service Assn. Asst. district attorney 1959-61; district attorney 1961-65. Elected state senator 1964. Asst. maj. ldr. 1967. Biennial committee assignments were: 1967 -- joint finance (also 1965); jt. com. on admin. rules; senate select com. on Univ. of Wis.; gov.'s comn. on law enforcement and crime; jt. corn. on legis. org.'s staffing and procedures subcom. 1965 -- judiciary; gov.'s com. on water resources; reorganization corn.; civil defense coup. Elected attorney general 1968 and 1970. Member commissioners of the public lands, state bd. of canvassers, bd. of trustees of state library, judicial coun., coun. on drug abuse (vice-chm.), controlled substances bd. (chm.), state urban affairs corn., group insurance bd., coun. on criminal justice, public records bd., Great Lakes comn. (chin.). Mailing address: State Capitol, Madison 53702. (Blue Book 1973)

The Wisconsin Historical Society has manuscripts related to this topic. See the catalog description of the Robert W. Warren Papers for details.

[Source: Blue book]
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