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Join Congressman Tom Tiffany as he offers an update from Washington, DC and discusses topics relevant to businesses and constituents in Wisconsin's 7th Congressional District. Immediately following the updates, attendees will have an opportunity to participate in a Q & A session with Congressman Tiffany.
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Tom Tiffany (R) has established deep roots in the 7th Congressional District over the past 30 years where he and his wife, Chris, have lived and raised their three daughters.
As a successful small business owner, Tom owned and operated Wilderness Cruises for 20 years. Tom has also worked as a dam tender for 25 years on the Willow Flowage. He is a former town supervisor in the Town of Little Rice and served on the Oneida County Economic Development Board of Directors.
Most recently, Tom served one term in the State Assembly and is currently serving his second term as a State Senator for the 12th District.
Fighting for the Northwoods, Tom serves on a number of legislative committees including the Joint Finance Committee, which works on the state’s budget, and he is chairman of the Senate Committee on Sporting Heritage, Mining and Forestry. Tom has worked to cut taxes by more than $13 billion, defend the lives of the unborn and ensure our 2nd Amendment rights are protected.
Tom grew up on a dairy farm near Elmwood, Wisconsin, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin–River Falls with a degree in agricultural economics. Now, Tom’s running for Congress because he knows the people of Northern and Western Wisconsin — not Washington bureaucrats — should be trusted to make the best decisions for their life. Tom knows that restoring freedom is the best path to create a prosperous America.