Rob Swearingen (Rep.), 34th Assembly District
Born Oneida Co., July 23, 1963; married; 2 children. Graduate Rhinelander H.S. 1981. Restaurant owner/operator. Member: Tavern League of Wisconsin (former pres., zone vice pres., district director); American Beverage Licensees (former member, bd. of dir.); Oneida Co. Tavern League (former pres., vice pres.); Rhinelander Chamber of Commerce; Oneida County Republican Party.
Elected to Assembly 2012. Biennial committee assignments: 2013 — State Affairs (vice chp.); Housing and Real Estate; Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage; Public Safety and Homeland Security; Small Business Development; Tourism.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-7141; (888) 534-0034 (toll free); District: (715) 369-5493.
Voting address: 4485 Oakview Lane, Rhinelander 54501.
Mailing address: Office: Room 19 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953, Madison 53708.
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