Bob Kulp, Assembly District 69
Biography: Born Elkhart, Indiana, March 21, 1966; married; 7 children, 7 grandchildren. Voting address: Stratford, Wisconsin. ■ Roofing and insulation contractor. ■ Member: National Roofing Contractors Association (board member); Construction Specifications Institute-Wausau Chapter (past president); Small Business Administration Regulatory Fairness Board (former board member); Wausau Area Builders Association (former member, governmental committee); Noon Rotary Club of Marshfield.
Legislature: Elected to Assembly in November 2013 special election. Reelected since 2014. Committee assignments, 2017: Labor (chair); Rural Development and Mining (vice chair); Jobs and the Economy; State Affairs; Transportation; Workforce Development.
Contact: Rep.Kulp@legis.wisconsin.gov; 608-267-0280; 888-534-0069 (toll free); Room 15 West, State Capitol, PO Box 8952, Madison, WI 53708.
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