Cory Mason (Dem.), 66th Assembly District
Born Racine, January 25, 1973; married; 2 daughters, 1 son. Graduate Case H.S. (Racine); B.A. in philosophy UW-Madison. Full-time legislator. Member: River Alliance of Wis. (fmr. bd. mbr.); UW Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention (fmr. bd. mbr.); League of Conservation Voters; Racine Heritage Museum; Root River Council; Wild Root Co-op; I-94 Labor Development Com. (fmr. co-chp.). Former member: Wis. Coastal Management Bd.; Racine Rotary West. Redevelopment Authority of Racine 2005-11 (commissioner).
Elected to Assembly 2006; reelected since 2008. Biennial committee assignments: 2015 — Environment and Forestry (ranking min. mbr.); Labor; Tourism; Jt. Legis. Council (ranking min. mbr., mbr. 2013); Jt. Survey Com. on Retirement Systems (ranking min. mbr.). 2013 — Jt. Com. on Finance (ranking min. mbr, also 2011 eff. 1/12/12, mbr. 2009). 2011 — Jobs, Economy and Small Business; Natural Resources (ranking min. mbr., mbr. since 2007); Tourism, Recreation and State Properties; Legis. Coun. Spec. Com. on Infant Mortality. 2009 — Jt. Com. on Information Policy and Technology; Spec. Com. on Clean Energy Jobs; UW Hospitals and Clinics Authority Board; Groundwater Work Group. 2007 — Education; Jobs and the Economy.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-0634; (888) 534-0066 (toll free).
Voting address: 1948 Michigan Boulevard, Racine 53402.
Mailing address: Office: Room 6 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708.
Content referencing Cory Mason
Multi-use Development Plan is Being ExploredOct 23rd, 2018 by Racine Mayor Cory Mason
Second annual initiative includes 150+ events in 12 cities to assist startups, promote entrepreneurshipOct 23rd, 2018 by Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation
Working families champions challenging Republican incumbents in Southeastern Wisconsin blue waveJul 12th, 2018 by Wisconsin Working Families Party
Industrial Acid Mining Bill Will Put Public Health at Risk for GenerationsNov 8th, 2017 by Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters
Wisconsin is Hiring! People-driven Organizations Launch Major Grassroots Effort to Shape 2018 Election and Race for Governor
Effective grassroots organizations coming together to build a government that works for the people of WisconsinOct 23rd, 2017 by Wisconsin Working Families Party
Conservation Scorecard 2015-2016 ReleasedJun 15th, 2016 by Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters
With one exception every UW school has seen a cut of at least $1.6 million dollars.Apr 25th, 2016 by Democratic Party of Wisconsin
Thirty-five legislators join call for Senator Ron Johnson to Do His Constitutional DutyMar 24th, 2016 by Racine Mayor Cory Mason
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and his allies in the legislature have continued their staunch opposition to loan refinancing for borrowers in Wisconsin.Jan 19th, 2016 by Democratic Party of Wisconsin
“Wisconsin’s economy would clearly do better if we had a real policy solution to student loan debt and the governor’s plan isn’t it.”Jan 11th, 2016 by State Rep. Peter Barca
Bills Will Have a Devastating Impact on Wisconsin’s Tradition of Clean, Open and Transparent GovernmentNov 17th, 2015 by State Rep. Peter Barca
Democrats Vote for Student Debt Relief While Republicans Waste Millions to Create New Problems in Safety Net
Assembly Democrats voted in favor of the “Higher Ed, Lower Debt” bill, which will provide significant assistance to the more than one million Wisconsin residents burdened with student loan debt.Nov 3rd, 2015 by State Rep. Peter Barca
Higher Ed, Lower Debt Bill will help lower interest rates and provide tax relief for 815,000 Wisconsin student loan borrowersOct 7th, 2015 by State Sen. Jennifer Shilling
End of longtime Federal Perkins Loan Program hurts Wisconsin studentsOct 6th, 2015 by State Rep. Dana Wachs
Bill will drive down wages, hurt Wisconsin’s middle classMar 4th, 2015 by State Rep. Peter Barca
Public testimony shows the need to amend a bill that will drive down wages, hurt Wisconsin’s middle classMar 3rd, 2015 by State Rep. Christine Sinicki
Representatives Sinicki, Mason and Ohnstad Urge for Maximum Public Input on Incredibly Damaging BillFeb 26th, 2015 by State Rep. Christine Sinicki
The audit found that nearly 1.7 million phone calls to the unemployment call center were blocked over the year.Dec 16th, 2014 by State Rep. Peter Barca
Slate highlights problem solvers.Sep 25th, 2014 by Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters
Governor Walker's support of less-than-minimum-wage industries reveals shocking disregard for fair payJan 16th, 2014 by Citizen Action of Wisconsin
Press Release from Rep. Barca, Rep. Mason, and Rep. Ricards.Jun 5th, 2013 by State Rep. Peter Barca
The City of Milwaukee needs your help with an issue that's of critical importance to our future.Mar 28th, 2013 by Ald. Michael Murphy
Dear residents, The City of Milwaukee needs your help with an issue that’s of critical importance to our future. Since 1938, Milwaukee has required all city employees to live within its municipal boundaries. The residency requirement has helped maintain a strong middle class in our neighborhoods, bolstered property values and ensured that municipal employees live […]Mar 28th, 2013 by Joe Dudzik
The City of Milwaukee needs your help with an issue that's of critical importance to our future.Mar 28th, 2013 by Willie Wade
Today Assembly Democratic Leader Peter Barca (D-Kenosha) announced the Assembly Democratic members of the standing and joint committees for the 2013-2014 legislative session.Dec 21st, 2012 by State Rep. Peter Barca
The Wisconsin state budget is now at a point where it will go to a conference committee after the Senate approved their version of the budget yesterday. The conference committee will reconcile the difference between the Assembly and Senate versions, and send the budget off to Governor Doyle. Doyle will then use his line-item veto power on certain language he doesn't like, and Wisconsin have a budget.Jun 18th, 2009 by Jeramey Jannene
The Regional Transit Authority, a solution to Milwaukee’s transit woes that we’ve advocated before, is coming down to the wire in the halls of the state capitol. For the plan to move forward it needs to be included in the state budget, and for that to happen it needs to be approved by the Joint […]Apr 28th, 2009 by Jeramey Jannene