Gov. Tony Evers Appoints Connie Cobb Madsen as Racine County Register of Deeds
"With her impressive record of public service and her commitment to Racine County, I am confident that Connie Cobb Madsen will be an exceptional Register of Deed."
“With her impressive record of public service and her commitment to Racine County, I am confident that Connie Cobb Madsen will be an exceptional Register of Deeds,” Gov. Evers said. “She has the background and vision necessary to continue and expand upon the innovative, efficient work seen at the Racine County Register of Deeds’ Office.”
Connie Cobb Madsen has two decades of experience in public service and local government, many of which were spent in Racine County. From 1993-2000 she worked in law enforcement, first as a Deputy Sherriff in the Racine County Sherriff’s office and later in the Racine Police Department as a Patrol Officer. From 2000-2011 she served the Racine County District Attorney’s Office as the Program Coordinator for the Victim Witness Assistance Program. Most recently, Madsen worked in various local government roles throughout rural Alabama, and after returning to Racine in 2018 she ran for Clerk of Circuit Court.
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