Dictionary of Wisconsin History
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Term: Sensenbrenner Jr., F. James 1943
(Rep.), 5th Congressional District Born Chicago, June 14, 1943; married; 2 children. Graduate Milwaukee Country Day School 1961; A.B. Stanford U. 1965; J.D. UW-Madison Law School 1968. Attorney. Former assistant to State Senate Majority Leader Jerris Leonard and to U.S. Congressman Arthur Younger. Member: State Bar of Wis.; Friends of the Museum, Milwaukee County; Riveredge Nature Center; American Philatelic Society; Waukesha Co. Republican Party. Former member: Whitefish Bay Jaycees; Shorewood Men's Club. State legislative service: Elected to Assembly 1968-74; elected to Senate in April 1975 special election and reelected 1976. Assistant Minority Leader 1977. Elected to U.S. House of Representatives 1978; reelected since 1980. Committee assignments: 108th Congress - Judiciary Committee (chp., also mbr. since 96th Congress). 106th Congress - Science Committee (chp., also mbr. since 97th Congress). 103rd Congress - House Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control (since 100th Congress). 96th Congress - Standards of Official Conduct Committee. Telephones: Washington office: (202) 225-5101; District office: (414) 784-1111; Toll free: (800) 242-1119. Internet address: http://www.house.gov/sensenbrenner/ Voting address: N76 W14726 North Point Drive, Menomonee Falls 53051-0186. Mailing addresses: Washington office: 2449 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515-4909; District office: 120 Bishops Way, Room 154, Brookfield 53005-6294. (Blue Book 2003-04)
The Wisconsin Historical Society has manuscripts related to this topic. See the catalog description of the F. James Sensenbrenner Papers for details.
[Source: Blue book]