Howard Marklein (Rep.), 17th Senate District
Born Madison, October 3, 1954; married; 2 children, 3 stepchildren, 3 grandchildren. Graduate River Valley H.S. (Spring Green) 1972; B.A. UW-Whitewater 1976. Certified public accountant; certified fraud examiner. Member: St. John’s Catholic Church, Spring Green (fin. com. mbr.); Taliesin Preservation Inc. Bd. of Trustees (treas.); UW-Whitewater Natl. Alumni Assn. (pres.). Former member: UW-Whitewater Foundation (bd. of dir. pres.); Fort Health Care Bd. of Dir. (chp., treas.); Fort Atkinson Rotary Club (pres.); Fort Atkinson Chamber of Commerce (pres.); Whitewater Chamber of Commerce (pres.); Dodgeville Chamber of Commerce (vice pres.). Recipient: WMC Working for Wisconsin Award 2014, 2012; MMAC Champion of Commerce Award 2014, 2012; Wisconsin Pork Association Distinguished Service Award 2013; Wisconsin Newspaper Association Badger Award 2013; Wisconsin Aquaculture Association Legislator of the Year 2013; Dairy Business Association Legislative Excellence Award 2012.
Elected to Assembly 2010, 2012; elected to Senate 2014. Biennial Senate committee assignments: 2015 — Revenue, Financial Institutions and Rural Issues (chp.); Transportation and Veterans Affairs (vice chp.); Labor and Government Reform; Jt. Com. on Finance; Jt. Survey Com. on Retirement Systems; Council on Highway Safety; Governor’s Small Business Regulatory Review Bd. (chp.); Transportation Projects Comn.; WHEDA Bd. Assembly committee assignments: 2013 — Ways and Means (chp.); Agriculture (also 2011); Education (vice chp. 2011); Financial Institutions (also 2011); Rural Affairs; Jt. Legis. Audit Com.; Small Business Regulatory Review Bd. (chp.). 2011 — UW Hospitals and Clinics Authority.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-0703; District: (608) 588-5632.
Voting address: S11665 Soeldner Road, Spring Green 53588.
Mailing address: Office: Room 8 South, State Capitol, P.O. Box 7882, Madison 53707-7882.
Content referencing Howard Marklein
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The proposed legislation allocates an additional $15.5 million for broadband grants.Feb 14th, 2017 by Todd Novak
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“One of the reasons I ran for office was to fight rural crime and drug use.”Feb 17th, 2016 by Todd Novak
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The bill relates to temporary alcohol beverage retail licenses.Oct 21st, 2015 by Gov. Scott Walker
"We are disappointed in Sen. Marklein’s decision to side with special interests over Wisconsin taxpayers."May 7th, 2015 by AFP Wisconsin