Dictionary of Wisconsin History
Search Results for: Keyword: 'walker'
Term: Walker, Scott K. 1967
Definition: (Rep.) Milwaukee County executive. Born Colorado Springs, CO, November 2, 1967; married; 2 sons. Graduate Delavan- Darien H.S. 1986; attended Marquette U. 1986-90. Financial development. Member: Wauwatosa Republican Club (exec. bd.); Wauwatosa Historical Society; Tosa United; Wauwatosa Taxpayers Council; Milwaukee Co. Council-Boy Scouts. Former member: American Legion Boys State; Boys Nation (staff). Elected to Wisconsin State Assembly in June 1993 special election; served from 1994-2002. Biennial committee assignments: 2001 Corrections and the Courts (chp., also 1999); Census and Redistricting; Financial Institutions; Health (since 1993); Housing. 1999 - Criminal Justice (vice chp.); Campaigns and Elections; Judiciary and Personal Privacy. 1997 - Corrections Facilities (chp.); Elections and Constitutional Law (chp., also 1995); Criminal Justice and Corrections (also 1995); Labor and Employment (mbr., vice chp. 1995); Campaign Finance Reform; Law Revision Com. 1995 Urban Education; Legis. Coun. Coms. on Minors and Tobacco, on Review of the Election Process (co-chp.). 1993 Elections, Constitutional Law and Corrections; Housing; Legis. Coun. Com. on Electronic Benefit Transfer Systems. Elected Milwaukee County executive in an April 2002 special election.
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1998 Wisconsin Assembly Sesquicentennial Marker (H
Buckner, Walker Sr. 1838 - 1901
Chickamauga, Battle of
Civil War: Battle Flags
Colon, Pedro 1968
Czerwinski, Joseph C. 1944
Evinrude, Ole 1877 - 1934
La Follette, Robert Marion, Jr., 1895 - 1953
Milwaukee [brief history]
timeline of Wisconsin history, 1836-1899
Vandewalker, Nina Catherine 1857 - 1934
Walker, George H. 1811 - 1866
Walker, Isaac Pigeon 1813 - 1872
Walker, Scott K. 1967
Walker, Wood Co.
Wauwatosa [origin of place name]