William Penterman ’18 wins special election for 37th Assembly District
Republican William Penterman ’18 of Columbus, Wisconsin, was elected to District 37 of the Wisconsin State Assembly in a special election held July 13. His term will end in January 2023.
The district covers southwestern Dodge County and parts of northern Jefferson County and eastern Columbia County.
Penterman is a U.S. Army Reserve member who previously worked as an aide to Republican state Rep. Ron Tusler of Appleton. At Ripon, he majored in politics and government.
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