David Considine (Dem.), 81st Assembly District
Born Janesville, March 29, 1953; married; 5 children. Graduate Mukwonago Union H.S. 1970; B.S. education UW-Whitewater 1974; certificate in EBD UW-Madison 1990; M.A. education Viterbo U. 2005; certificates – instructor certificate, autism spectrum, and enhanced verbal skills, Crisis Prevention Institute (Milwaukee) 2008, 2010, 2013. Full-time legislator. Former dairy goat farmer, special education teacher. Member: St. John’s Episcopal Church (worship leader); Columbia Co. Democratic Party; Pheasants Forever; Ducks Unlimited. Former member: Baraboo Education Assn. (pres.); American Dairy Goat Assn. (judge); Wisconsin Dairy Goat Assn. (pres.); Crisis Prevention Institute (instructor).
Elected to Assembly 2014. Biennial committee assignments: 2015 — Agriculture; Education; Environment and Forestry; Mental Health Reform; Mining and Rural Development.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-7746; (888) 534-0081 (toll free); District: (608) 356-9693.
Voting address: N6194 Breezy Hill Road, Baraboo 53913.
Mailing address: Room 412 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison 53708.
Content referencing David Considine
This committee will focus on addressing the barriers facing biological and adoptive parents in the adoption process.May 30th, 2019 by State Rep. Robyn Vining
The bill honors the service and heroism of a young veteran who gave his life for his country.May 21st, 2019 by State Sen. Jon Erpenbach
Bi-partisan Authors Optimistic about Crop’s FutureApr 5th, 2019 by State Rep. Dave Considine
"This photo is a clear reminder of the racism that is still present in our Baraboo community and in our country."Nov 12th, 2018 by State Rep. Dave Considine
"With the current negotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and newly imposed tariffs, it’s essential that we’re actively engaged in a dialogue to protect our state’s interests."Mar 14th, 2018 by Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos
"I'm proud to have earned Dave's support."Oct 6th, 2017 by State Rep. Dana Wachs
SB 76 would exempt high capacity well repairs, reconstructions, replacements, and ownership transfers from any oversight by the state Department of Natural Resources.May 3rd, 2017 by State Rep. Dave Considine
This bill would finally allow Wisconsin farmers and tribes to take full advantage of the great agricultural opportunity hemp presents.Mar 16th, 2017 by State Rep. Dave Considine
The committee will allow only invited guests to speak.Mar 29th, 2016 by State Rep. Mark Spreitzer
Walker Administration and Republican Legislators Must Also Be Held Accountable for Corrections Crisis
Assembly Democrats Request Audit of Department of CorrectionsFeb 12th, 2016 by State Rep. Peter Barca
Over 25% of Walker’s budget proposal comes from the federal government.Apr 15th, 2015 by Citizen Action of Wisconsin