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Chad Weininger

Chad Weininger
Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
from the 4th district
Incumbent
Assumed office
January 3, 2011
Personal details
Born (1972-02-07) February 7, 1972
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Heather
Residence Green Bay, Wisconsin
Alma mater Cardinal Stritch University, St. Norbert College
Profession Politician
Website Official website

Chad Weininger (February 2, 1972) is a Wisconsin administrator, politician and Republican legislator from Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Born in Green Bay, Weininger attended Ashwaubenon High School. He was a Green Bay Area Soap Box Derby Champion in 1983 (Junior) and 1985 (Senior).[1] He graduated with a B.B.A. from St. Norbert College, in political science and business administration, and went on to obtain an M.B.A. from Cardinal Stritch University.

Public office

He was a former city clerk of Green Bay when he was elected to the 4th Wisconsin State Assembly district in 2010,[2] with 12,476 votes to 8,361 for Democrat Sam Dunlop. Re-elected in 2012, he chose not to run for re-election in 2014, instead accepting a post as director of administration for Brown County, Wisconsin.[3]

The successor to his seat will be chosen in the 2014 general election, in which Republican nominee David Steffen will be opposed by Democrat Chris Plaunt.

References

  1. ^ Green Bay Area Soap Box Derby
  2. ^ Wisconsin Assembly Website
  3. ^ Pabst, Georgia. "Chad Weininger to leave Assembly —that's 20 exiting the house" Milwaukee Journal Sentinel April 12, 2014


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