Wisconsin State

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Stan Gruszynski
... is a former Democratic member of the Wisconsin State Assembly representing the 71st district ... He served five terms as State Representative from 1984 to 1994 ... He has endorsed Barack Obama in the 2008 United States Presidential Election ...
Calvary Cemetery (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) - Notable Interments
... Francis Seminary, pastor and Vicar General John Black, elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly and Senate Erhard Brielmaier, noted architect who also designed the Basilica of St ... House of Representatives representing Wisconsin's 4th District Patrick Cudahy, industrialist and founder of the Patrick Cudahy meat packing company Peter ... House of Representatives and Senate Patrick Drew, served in the Wisconsin State Legislature Theodore Hilbert, city engineer and member of the Common ...
List Of United States Political Families (S) - The Sholes of Wisconsin
... Charles Sholes (1816–1867), member of the Wisconsin State Assembly 1855, Wisconsin State Senate 1866-1867, Mayor of Kenosha, Wisconsin ... Sholes (1819–1890), inventor of the typewriter, Wisconsin State Senate 1848-1849, 1856–1857, Wisconsin Assembly, 1852-1853 ...
Mary Lazich - Electoral History
... Wisconsin State Senate District 28 Election 2000 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Republican Mary Lazich 61,366 67.48% Democratic Kathleen S ... Arciszewski 29,519 32.46% Scattering 60.06% Wisconsin State Senate District 28 Election 2004 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Republican Mary Lazich 73,899 99.27% Scattering 544.73% Wisconsin State ...
Sparta (city), Wisconsin - Geography - Transportation
... major highways, including Interstate 90, Wisconsin State Highway 16, Wisconsin State Highway 21, Wisconsin State Highway 27, and Wisconsin State Highway 71 ...

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    On our streets it is the sight of a totally unknown face or figure which arrests the attention, rather than, as in big cities, the strangeness of occasionally seeing someone you know.
    —For the State of Vermont, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)