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Wisconsin Senate

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The Wisconsin State Senate is the upper house of the Wisconsin Legislature. It has 33 seats. Currently, Republicans have the majority with 19 seats. Democrats have 14 seats. Their pay is $50,950 a year.[1][2]

The President of the Senate is Republican Roger Roth. The Majority Leader is Republican Scott L. Fitzgerald. The Minority Leader is Democrat Janet Bewley.

It is in the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin.

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  1. "Wisconsin State Senate". legis.wisconsin.gov. Retrieved 2020-05-15.
  2. "Wisconsin State Senate". Ballotpedia. Retrieved 2020-05-15.

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