Assembly 7 - Representative Daniel Riemer - Democrat
Assembly 8 - Representative JoCasta Zamarripa - Democrat
Assembly 9 - Representative Josh Zepnick - Democrat
Assembly 10 - Representative Sandy Pasch - Democrat
Assembly 11 - Representative Mandela Barnes - Democrat
Assembly 12 - Representative Frederick Kessler - Democrat
Assembly 13 - Representative Rob Hutton - Republican
Assembly 14 - Representative Dale Kooyenga - Republican
Assembly 15 - Representative Joe Sanfelippo - Republican
Assembly 16 - Representative Leon Young - Democrat
Assembly 17 - Representative La Tonya Johnson - Democrat
Assembly 18 - Representative Evan Goyke - Democrat
Assembly 19 - Representative Jon Richards - Democrat
Assembly 20 - Representative Christine Sinicki - Democrat
Assembly 21 - Representative Mark Honadel - Republican
Assembly 22 - Representative Don Pridemore - Republican
Assembly 23 - Representative Jim Ott - Republican
Assembly 24 - Dan Knodl - Republican
- Democrat – 15
- Republican – 9
Democrat – 4
Republican - 2
The Milwaukee Delegation consists of 24 elected legislators to Wisconsin state legislature.
NEW Senator in District 6 – Nikiya Harris
Senator Nikiya Harris came from Milwaukee County – Supervisor of District 2. She replaced Senator Spencer Coggs, who exchanged his senatorship (since 2003) for Treasurer of the City of Milwaukee.
Representative Johnson is an Entrepreneur/Business Owner and Labor leader.
Senate District 3
Assemblyman Daniel Riemer, Milwaukeean, 26 years old, is NEW to state government representation. He is committed to solving problems of the People and providing representation.
Senate District 4
Assemblywoman Sandy Pasch is not NEW as an Assemblywoman. She is part of a re-districting effort that took her from District 22 (Senate District 8) to District 10 (Senate District 4). The election invoked racial tension as Pasch, a Caucasian, now representing a largely African American district. This is a huge opportunity for racial growth and harmony. However, it will need sincere efforts of engagement and leadership on both the stakeholders/voters and elected Representative Pasch. Representative Pasch will need to earn her wings. She will need to answer inquiries and remove herself from the Governor Walker’s Women’s group that does not include African American and other People of Color.
Assemblyman Mandela Barnes, Milwaukeean, 26 years old, is NEW to government leadership but comes with neighborhood organizing as a long-suit.
Senate District 5
Senate District 7
Senate District 8
Each of the districts has at least 57,000 stakeholders and each Senate District has at least 171,000 stakeholders. The largest three (3) senate districts are: District 4/Taylor (172,425), District 7/Larson (172,423) and District 5/Vukmir (172,421). The two (2) largest Assembly Districts are: District 14/Kooyenga (57, 597) and District 23/Ott (57,579).
Each of the 24-member delegation is identified and connected to the successful representation of the City of MILWAUKEE due to their “constituents” - voters, business endeavors, their attendance to Milwaukee public schools (secondary and/or higher education), benefits received from Milwaukee, and their association with/in a specific Senate District.
We have identified and depend on the TOTAL 24-member delegation as contacts for INFRASTRUCTURAL growth of the City of Milwaukee and its neighbors.
Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC is a channel development and public policy firm based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our major initiative is called All Hands on Deck, WE CAN. It was created June 3, 2010 to address Enduring Concentrated Poverty in Milwaukee. Its Mission is to re-define, re-brand and un-trap hidden talent and vetted businesses at the neighborhood level.
MPA LLC has identified the City of Milwaukee as the Mother Board of economic development and quality of life for Southeastern Wisconsin and the State of Wisconsin.
We are a premier Affordable Health Care supporter in the City of Milwaukee with education attainment, technology attainment and INNOVATION as a pre-requisite for full implementation January 1, 2014. We support “population” health care as the Smart way to address improving health care and driving down cost.
We will call upon the 24 legislators for leadership in creating, navigating and enforcement of the laws of the state. Additionally, a special expectation is on professionalism, access to knowledge, referrals, resources, presentations, collaborations, best practices, transparency, accountability and strategies as an ELECTED partner for Milwaukee’s development of pathways and pipelines for growth engines. Remembering, if the Mother Board/Infrastructure of the City of Milwaukee is updated and running well, with the beneficiaries engaged in their sustainability, everyone in the state of Wisconsin will grow.