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Badgers In Office

However big or small, UW alumni are making a difference across the globe. And many of them are affecting change right here in the United States — by holding office as governors or as representatives in Washington, DC.

November 21, 2018

What do Badgers do when they graduate from UW–Madison? They change lives. However big or small, UW alumni are making a difference across the globe. And many of them are affecting change right here in the United States — by holding office as governors or as representatives in Washington, DC. Here are just some of the Badgers in office:

U.S. House of Representatives

Jason Crow ’02: Colorado’s 6th district
Bill Foster ’76: Illinois’ 11th district
Glenn Grothman ’78, JD’83: Wisconsin’s 6th district
Jim Jordan ’86: Ohio’s 4th district
Marcy Kaptur ’68: Ohio’s 9th district
Mark Pocan ’86: Wisconsin’s 2nd district
Jim Sensenbrenner JD’68: Wisconsin’s 3rd district
Donna Shalala (former UW chancellor): Florida’s 27th district

U.S Senate

Tammy Baldwin JD’89: Wisconsin

Governors

Tony Evers ’73, MS’76, PhD’86: Wisconsin

Congrats to all of our newly and re-elected alumni!

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