Wisconsin Assembly, District 63

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Wisconsin's 63rd
State Assembly District
Assemblymember
  Robin Vos
RRochester
since January 3, 2005 (16 years)
Demographics85.9% White
4.8% Black
7.0% Hispanic
1.9% Asian
0.4% Native American
Population (2010)
 • Voting age
57,365[1][2]
44,622
NotesSoutheast Wisconsin

The 63rd Assembly District of Wisconsin is one of 99 districts in the Wisconsin State Assembly.[3] Located in Southeastern Wisconsin, the district covers most of the south half of Racine County west of Wisconsin Highway 31, including the city of Burlington and the villages of Union Grove and Sturtevant, as well as most of the village of Mount Pleasant and part of the city of Racine.[4] The seat has been held by Republican Robin Vos, the Speaker of the Assembly, since 2005.[5]

The 63rd Assembly District is located within Wisconsin's 21st Senate District, along with the 61st and 62nd Assembly Districts.

List of District Representatives[edit]

List of representatives to the Wisconsin State Assembly from the 63rd district
Member Party Residence Counties Represented Term Start Term End Ref.
District Created
Henry Rohner Rep. Mount Pleasant Racine January 1, 1973 January 6, 1975
Marcel Dandeneau Dem. Caledonia January 6, 1975 January 3, 1979
E. James Ladwig Rep. Caledonia January 3, 1979 January 3, 1983
John H. Robinson Dem. Wausau Marathon January 3, 1983 January 7, 1985
E. James Ladwig Rep. Caledonia Racine January 7, 1985 January 4, 1993
Bonnie Ladwig Rep. Caledonia January 4, 1993 January 3, 2005 [6]
Robin Vos Rep. Rochester January 3, 2005 Current [5]

Electoral history[edit]

Year Date Elected Defeated Total Plurality Other primary candidates
1972[7] November 7 Henry Rohner Republican 9,208 51.31% John Siefert Dem. 8,551 47.65% 17,946 657 George H. Iverson (Dem.)
Joseph Yugo Amer. 187 1.04%
1974[8] November 5 Marcel Dandeneau Democratic 6,613 57.58% Henry Rohner (inc.) Rep. 4,872 42.42% 11,485 1,741 John Siefert (Dem.)
1976[9] November 2 Marcel Dandeneau (inc.) Democratic 12,657 62.14% Herman V. Nelson Rep. 7,711 37.86% 20,368 4,946
  • Robert N. Miller (Dem.)
  • Daniel J. Nielsen (Dem.)
1978[10] November 7 E. James Ladwig Republican 8,242 53.31% Marcel Dandeneau (inc.) Dem. 7,219 46.69% 15,461 1,023
1980[11] November 4 E. James Ladwig (inc.) Republican 13,386 57.83% Marcel Dandeneau Dem. 9,762 42.17% 23,148 3,624 Larry M. Mork (Dem.)
1982[12] November 2 John H. Robinson Democratic 8,733 53.79% John L. McEwen Rep. 7,503 46.21% 16,236 1,230
1984[13] November 6 E. James Ladwig Republican 11,943 53.55% Ronald A. Sell Dem. 10,359 46.45% 22,302 1,584
1986[14] November 4 E. James Ladwig (inc.) Republican 9,218 62.25% Marilyn S. Nemeth Dem. 5,590 37.75% 14,808 3,628 William H. Kumm (Dem.)
1988[15] November 8 E. James Ladwig (inc.) Republican 11,999 53.79% Jeff Leavell Dem. 10,309 46.21% 22,308 1,690
1990[16] November 6 E. James Ladwig (inc.) Republican 7,690 51.42% Robert A. Beezat Dem. 7,266 48.58% 14,956 424
1992[17] November 3 Bonnie Ladwig Republican 16,148 63.94% Ronald Coutts Dem. 9,105 36.06% 25,253 7,043 Shirley Mishleau (Rep.)
1994[18] November 8 Bonnie Ladwig (inc.) Republican 14,724 100.0% 14,724 14,724
1996[19] November 5 Bonnie Ladwig (inc.) Republican 16,520 69.03% Patrick F. Cherf Dem. 6,672 27.88% 23,932 9,848
Michael J. O'Hare Tax. 740 3.09%
1998[20] November 3 Bonnie Ladwig (inc.) Republican 14,328 71.94% Patrick F. Cherf Dem. 5,588 28.06% 19,916 8,740
2000[21] November 7 Bonnie Ladwig (inc.) Republican 22,640 99.68% 22,712 22,568 Marla Ann Malacara (Rep.)
2002[22] November 5 Bonnie Ladwig (inc.) Republican 15,068 99.18% 15,192 14,944
2004[23] November 2 Robin Vos Republican 23,682 99.37% 23,831 23,533
2006[24] November 7 Robin Vos (inc.) Republican 14,329 58.16% Tim Daley Dem. 10,304 41.82% 24,637 4,025
2008[25] November 4 Robin Vos (inc.) Republican 20,172 61.51% Linda Flashinski Dem. 12,609 38.45% 32,794 7,563
2010[26] November 2 Robin Vos (inc.) Republican 19,525 99.35% 19,653 19,397
2012[27] November 6 Robin Vos (inc.) Republican 17,704 58.31% Kelley Albrecht Dem. 12,637 41.62% 30,362 5,067
2014[28] November 4 Robin Vos (inc.) Republican 15,361 63.23% Andy Mitchell Dem. 8,917 36.70% 24,295 6,444 Bryn Biemeck (Rep.)
2016[29] November 8 Robin Vos (inc.) Republican 18,771 64.16% Andy Mitchell Dem. 10,487 35.84% 29,258 8,284
2018[30] November 6 Robin Vos (inc.) Republican 16,775 61.00% Joel Jacobsen Dem. 10,705 38.93% 27,499 6,070
2020[31] November 3 Robin Vos (inc.) Republican 19,919 58.44% Joel Jacobsen Dem. 14,132 41.46% 34,087 5,787

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Wisconsin Legislative District Health Profile - Assembly District 63 (PDF) (Report). University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. 2018. Retrieved January 29, 2021.
  3. ^ "Assembly District 63". Wisconsin Legislature. Retrieved January 7, 2021.
  4. ^ "Wisconsin Legislative Districts - Assembly District 63 Boundaries". Wisconsin Legislature. Retrieved August 23, 2020.
  5. ^ a b "Representative Robin Vos". Wisconsin Legislature. Retrieved August 23, 2020.
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