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politician , member of the Wisconsin State Assembly

Andrew Earl 'Andy' Jorgensen is a Democratic Party member of the Wisconsin State Assembly, representing the 43rd Assembly District since 2013, previously representing the 37th from 2007 to 2013.


Jorgensen, Andy was born on September 10, 1967 in Omro, Wisconsin, United States.


Graduate, Brown College, Mendota Heights, Minnesota, 1987.


As a result of redistricting, Mr. Jorgensen's district was divided, and on November 6, 2012, he defeated incumbent Evan Wynn to represent the 43rd Assembly District. Jorgensen was born in Berlin, Wisconsin.

He graduated from Omro High School in Omro, Wisconsin in 1986. He attended the Brown Institute, in 1987, to train for a career in radio broadcasting. He worked as a DJ and program host at WNBK in New London, then moved to WFAW, in Fort Atkinson.

In 1995, he began working on the assembly line at General Motors’ Janesville plant, where he served as a shop steward for UAW Local 95.


He is a member of the Committees on Agriculture, Biofuels and Sustainable Energy, Consumer Protection and Personal Privacy, and Rural Affairs.


Married; 3 children.