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In Wisconsin, the Democrats took control of the Senate and elected Judy Robson Senate majority leader.

In Wisconsin, the Democrats took control of the Senate and elected Judy Robson Senate majority leader. On the Assembly side, Republicans elected Representative Michael Huebsch speaker. Each chamber--and party--elected a Fitzgerald to leadership. Representative Jeff Fitzgerald is the Assembly majority leader. Scott Fitzgerald is the Senate minority leader. Representative Jim Kreuser will continue as minority leader for the Democrats in the Assembly. Fred Risser was elected Senate president. He is the longest serving legislator in the country, having been first elected in 1956.
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Title Annotation:People & Politics
Publication:State Legislatures
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U3WI
Date:Jan 1, 2007
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