The 13th District of the Wisconsin Senate is located in Southern Wisconsin, and under the May 22, 2002 Federal District Court decision is composed of parts of Dodge and Jefferson counties. However, under the 2011 Wisconsin Act 43 the 13th District of the Wisconsin Senate is composed of parts of Columbia Dane, Dodge, Jefferson, Washington, and Waukesha counties.
Wisconsin Senate, District 13 Wikipedia
Scott L. Fitzgerald is the senator currently serving the 13th District. He was first elected in 1994, and has been re-elected to four-year terms ever since. He currently serves as the Wisconsin State Senate Majority Leader.
The area of the 13th Senate District contains three State Assembly Districts:The 37th (represented by John Jagler)
The 38th (represented by Joel Kleefisch)
The 39th (represented by Mark Born)
The district is also located within Wisconsin's 6th congressional district, which is represented by U.S. Representative Tom Petri.
The district has previously been represented by:Barbara Lorman, 1980–1994
Peter D. Bear, 1979-1980
Dale McKenna, 1969–1978
Jesse Peters, 1939-1942
Frank E. Panzer, 1933-1938, 1943-1969
Eugene A. Clifford, 1931-1934
William H. Markham. 1927-1930
Herman J. F. Bilgrien, 1919-1926
William Campbell North, 1903-1906
Charles Pettibone, 1887-1890
Charles Williams, 1877-1878
John A. Barney, 1875-1876
Philemon Simpson, 1857-1860
E. B. West, 1852
George Hyer, 1851
Frederick Sprague, 1849-1850
Note: the boundaries of districts have changed repeatedly over history. Previous politicians of a specific numbered district have represented a completely different geographic area, due to redistricting.