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Theobald, H. Rupert; Barish, Lawrence S. (ed.) / The state of Wisconsin 1987-1988 Blue Book

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MEMBERS OF STATE LEGISLATURE                                     63
           Representative                Representative                 Representative
             FERGUS                       NEUBAUER                      
Scott C. Fergus (Dem.), 61st Assembly District
  Born Racine, January 27, 1955. Graduate Washington Park High School; B.A.
Carthage College 1978.
Full-time legislator. Former bricklayer and cement finisher, executive director
of a mental health clinic, policy
advisor to Assembly Committees on Education and on Economic Development.
Member NAACP; Alliance
for the Mentally Ill; Northside Business Assn.; Downtown Redevelopment Corp.;
Racine Co. Economic De-
velopment Corp.
  Elected to Assembly 1984; reelected 1986. Biennial committee assignments:
1987 - Trade, Industry and
Small Business (vice chp.); Employment and Training; Financial Institutions
and Insurance (also 1985); Hous-
ing and Securities; Wis. Housing and Economic Development Authority. 1985
- Elections (vice chp.); Eco-
nomic Development and chp. Subcom. on Regulations and Permits; Education;
Legis. Council Com. on Ven-
ture Capital (chp.).
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-0731; District: (414) 633-4446.
  Voting address: 2142-1/2 Clarence Avenue, Racine 53405.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 32 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8952, Madison
Jeffrey A. Neubauer (Dem.), 62nd Assembly District
  Born Racine, December 8, 1955; single. Graduate J.I. Case High School;
B.A. and graduate work Stanford
University. Legislator and director of family-owned business. Former congressional
and legislative aide.
Member The Academy of Political Science; Citizens Utility Board; Common Cause;
Democratic Natl. Com.;
Downtown Racine Development Corp.; Environmental Defense Fund; Forward Wis.
(bd. of dir.); IMPACT;
League of Women Voters; NAACP; Preservation Racine; Sierra Club; Wis. Women's
Network; N.C.S.L.
Federal Budget and Taxation Com.
  Elected to Assembly since 1980. Biennial committee assignments: 1987 -
Ways and Means (chp., also
1985); Elections (also 1983, 1981); Jt. Survey Com. on Tax Exemptions (also
1985); Legis. Coun. Com. on
Marital Property Implementation (eft. 3/10/87). 1985 - Legis. Coun. Com.
on Liability Law and Insurance.
1983- Environmental Resources (chp., mbr. 1981); Economic Development; Higher
and Vocational Educa-
tion; Legis. Coun. Coms. on Private Sewage Systems (chp.) and on Acid Rain;
Air Resources Allocation
Coun.; Low Level Radioactive Waste Coun.; Radiation Protection Coun.; Gov.'s.
Task Force on Solid Waste
Recycling (chp.). 1981 - Education (vice chp.); Government Operations (vice
chp.); Small Business and Eco-
nomic Development (elf. 8/24/81); Job Creation and International Marketing
Development (eft. 12/11/81);
Legis. Coun. Coins. on Economic Development (vice chp.) and on Close Corporations.
  Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-0634; District: (414) 633-6822.
  Voting address: 111 Eleventh Street, No. 4BS, Racine 53403.
  Mailing address: (office) Room 112 West, State Capitol, P.O. Box 8953,
Madison 53708.
E. James Ladwig (Rep.), 63rd Assembly District
   Born Milwaukee, April 13, 1938; married; 3 children. Graduate Milw. Riverside
H.S.; B.S. 1960, M.S. 1961
UW-Madison. Legislator and investment broker. Former high school teacher.
Served in Army 1962-64. Mem-
ber Racine Kiwanis Club (dir.); Racine Co. Republican Party (chm.); American
Legion Post 310; Salmon
Unlimited; Univ. of Wis. "W" Club. Former member J.I. Case H.S.
Parents Club (pres.); North Park P.T.A.
(pres.); Racine Aquatic Club (pres.). Served as town supervisor 1971-73,
Racine Co. supervisor 1974-78.
   Elected to Assembly 1978, 1980, 1984 and 1986. Biennial committee assignments:
1987- Financial Institu-
tions and Insurance (also 1985); State Affairs (also 1981); State Supported
Programs Study and Advisory
Com.; Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (also 1985). 1985
- Tourism, Recreation
and Forest Products; Legis. Coun. Coms. on Environmental Resource Management,
on Regulation of Finan-
cial Institutions. 1981 - Consumer and Commercial Credit; Tourism and Recreation.
1979 - Elections;
Financial Institutions; Tourism, Recreation and Economic Development; Legis.
Coun. Coms. on Constitu-
tional Bail Revision and on Pretrial Release.
   Telephone: Capitol: (608) 266-9171; District: (414) 639-0081.
   Voting address: 4616 Marcia Drive, Racine 53405.
   Mailing address: (office) Room 9 East, State Capitol; P.O. Box 8952, Madison

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