Amy Loudenbeck (Rep.), 31st Assembly District
Born Midland, MI, September 29, 1969; married. Graduate Hinsdale Central H.S. (Hinsdale, IL) 1987; B.A. political science, international relations UW-Madison 1991; studied abroad in Kingston, Jamaica. Former chamber of commerce executive, compliance manager, environmental/engineering services project manager. Member: State Line World Trade Assn. (pres.); Clinton Community Historical Soc.; Clinton Fencehoppers Snowmobile Club; International Miniature Zebu Cattle Assn.; Wis. DNR Green Tier Advisory Bd.; Friends of Clinton Public Library. Former member: Town of Linn Fire Dept. Town of Clinton supervisor 2010-12.
Elected to Assembly 2010; reelected 2012. Biennial committee assignments: 2013 — Workforce Development (chp.); Children and Families (vice chp.); Environment and Forestry; International Trade and Commerce; State and Federal Relations; Jt. Legis. Council; State Capitol and Executive Residence Bd. (also 2011); Wis. Housing and Economic Development Authority. 2011 — Tourism, Recreation and State Properties (vice chp.); Jobs, Economy and Small Business; Public Health and Public Safety.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-9967; District: (262) 296-1030.
Voting address: 10737 South State Road 140, Clinton 53525.
Mailing address: Office: Room 209 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison 53708.
Content referencing Amy Loudenbeck
Governor Walker Signs Bills to Create and Expand Outdoor Recreation, Attract Talent to Wisconsin, and Improve Medical Assistance
93 bills signed into law at the Wisconsin State CapitolApr 16th, 2018 by Gov. Scott Walker
Governor Walker Signs Bills on Improving Family Access to High-Quality Child Care, Creating Transitional Jobs Program for Wisconsin Veterans, and Increasing Funding for Watershed Protection Grants
Governor Walker signs 64 bills into law at the Wisconsin State CapitolApr 3rd, 2018 by Gov. Scott Walker
Industrial Acid Mining Bill Will Put Public Health at Risk for GenerationsNov 8th, 2017 by Wisconsin Conservation Voters
Republican Legislators Rejecting Student Loan Refinancing Themselves Attended College at One-Fifth the Cost Today
Cost of Their Own Schooling May Explain Ignorance of Student Loan Debt Crisis, But it Doesn’t Excuse Their Refusal to HelpMay 26th, 2017 by One Wisconsin Now
The law aligns Wisconsin with the federal Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act.Apr 25th, 2016 by State Sen. LaTonya Johnson
Wisconsinites deserve access to quality health care options, where they need it and when they need it, Governor Walker said.Jan 26th, 2016 by Gov. Scott Walker
Assembly Bill 400 is available to be scheduled for a vote before the full Assembly when they reconvene in January.Dec 8th, 2015 by State Rep. Chris Taylor
September 13-19 is National Child Passenger Safety Week.Sep 16th, 2015 by State Rep. Chris Taylor