Devin LeMahieu (Rep.), 9th Senate District
Born Sheboygan, August 8, 1972; single. Graduate Sheboygan Co. Christian H.S. 1991; B.A. business administration and political science, Dordt College (Sioux Center, Iowa) 1995. Publisher/owner, Lakeshore Weekly. Member: Oostburg Kiwanis Club (fmr. pres.); Oostburg Chamber of Commerce; Sheboygan Co. Chamber of Commerce; Oostburg Civic Pride Com.; Bethel OPC (deacon); NRA (life mbr.). Sheboygan Co. Bd. Supervisor 2006-present, Human Resources Com. 2006-present (chm., 2010-14), Finance Com. 2012-present, Exec. Com. 2010-12.
Elected to Senate 2014. Biennial committee assignments: 2015 — Elections and Local Government (chp.); Jt. Survey Com. on Tax Exemptions (co-chp.); Agriculture, Small Business and Tourism; Health and Human Services; Jt. Com. for Review of Administrative Rules.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-2056; (888) 295-8750 (toll free); District: (920) 254-3044.
Voting address: 21 South 8th Street, Oostburg 53070.
Mailing address: Office: Room 15 South, State Capitol, P.O. Box 7882, Madison 53707-7882.
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