Samantha Kerkman (Rep.), 61st Assembly District
Born Burlington, March 6, 1974; 2 children. Graduate Wilmot H.S.; B.A. UW-Whitewater 1996. Member: Kenosha Area Business Alliance; Twin Lakes Chamber and Area Business Assn.; Twin Lakes American Legion Auxiliary Post 544; VFW Auxiliary, Bloomfield Center Post 5830; St. Alphonsus Catholic Church. Former member: Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce; Powers Lake Sportsmen Club.
Elected to Assembly since 2000. Majority Caucus Sergeant at Arms 2015, 2013, 2011. Biennial committee assignments: 2015 — Jt. Legis. Audit Com. (co-chp. since 2011, mbr. since 2001); Children and Families (also 2013); Interstate Affairs; Judiciary (also 2013, 2001-05); Ways and Means (vice chp. 2013, chp. 2011, 2007, mbr. since 2001). 2011 — Financial Institutions (also 2003, 2001); Judiciary and Ethics (since 2007). 2007 — Homeland Security and State Preparedness (vice chp.); Consumer Protection and Personal Privacy; Jobs and the Economy. 2005 — Budget Review (chp., also 2003); State-Federal Relations (vice chp.); Southeast Wisconsin Freeways. 2001 — Urban and Local Affairs (vice chp.); Government Operations.
Telephone: Office: (608) 266-2530; (888) 529-0061 (toll free); District: (262) 279-1037.
Voting address: Town of Salem.
Mailing address: Office: Room 315 North, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison 53708; District: P.O. Box 156, Powers Lake 53159.
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