David Steffen (Rep.), 4th Assembly District
Born October 12, 1971; married; 1 child. Graduate Ashwaubenon H.S. 1990; B.A. political science UW-Madison 1995. Small business owner. Former external affairs director and government affairs representative. Member: Howard Small Business Partnership (founder, vice chp.); Howard Go Green Save Green Initiative (founder, chp.); Ashwaubenon Business Assn. (pres.); Prevent Blindness – Northeastern Wis. (pres.); Team Lambeau (ex. dir.); Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce State and Federal Issues Com. (chp.). Village of Howard Bd. of Trustees 2007-15; Brown Co. Bd. of Supervisors 2012-15.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-5840; District: (920) 662-1492; E-mail: Rep.Steffen@legis.wisconsin.gov
Voting address: 1320 Sunray Lane, Howard 54313.
Mailing address: Office: Room 21 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708.
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