Robb Kahl (Dem.), 47th Assembly District
Born Menomonee Falls, January 5, 1972; married; 4 children. Graduate L.P. Goodrich H.S. (Fond du Lac) 1990; B.A. cum laude Ripon College 1994; J.D. cum laude U. of Wisconsin Law School 1997; attended Syracuse College of Law 1994-95. Attorney, small business owner. Member: State Bar of Wis.; Democratic Party of Wis.; Monona Chamber of Commerce; Fitchburg Chamber of Commerce; McFarland Chamber of Commerce; Monona Grove Businessmen’s Assn.; International Union of Operating Engineers; Ripon College Bd. of Trustees. Law clerk, Wis. court of appeals 1997-98; Wis. Transportation Finance and Policy Commission 2011-13; Monona Community Development Authority (chair) 2011-13; Monona City Council 2001-03; Mayor of Monona 2003-11.
Elected to Assembly 2012. Biennial committee assignments: 2013 — Aging and Long Term Care; Children and Families (eff. 5/10/13); Energy and Utilities; Insurance; State Affairs; Jt. Com. for Review of Administrative Rules.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-8570; District: (608) 224-0342.
Voting address: Monona 53716.
Mailing address: Office: Room 7 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison 53708.
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