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A member of the Democratic Party, he previously served as a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly from 1999 to 2013, representing the 78th district.

He represented much of downtown Madison, including the Wisconsin State Capitol.

Many called for toning down the rhetoric that has continued at a fever pitch after a highly divisive presidential election.

Democrats canceled political events assailing Trump. “It seems as though hate just over political differences has ratcheted up to where it is just entertainment value, and that has to stop,” said Rep.

(born August 14, 1964) is an American politician and businessman who has served in the United States House of Representatives, representing Wisconsin's 2nd congressional district, since 2013.

The district is based in the state capital, Madison.

Especially painful was Jon Ossoff's three-percentage-point loss Tuesday in Georgia's 6th Congressional District after his campaign was buoyed by more than million in donations, much of it from grassroots Democrats across the country eager to oppose President Donald Trump.

That funding surge was blunted by millions of dollars' worth of TV ads and mailers from Republican victor Karen Handel and from outside GOP groups.

The other two top spots also are held by septuagenarians Minority Whip Steny Hoyer of Maryland is 77 and Assistant Minority Leader Jim Clyburn of South Carolina is 76. He’s running because he believes there’s a need for inclusion and deep thinking on how we operate in the future.” Cleaver said Ryan asked for his vote, and he replied he’d look at Ryan’s plans and “make an intelligent decision.” Ryan, speaking on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday, said Democrats won’t be able to win the House without a change in leadership.“People need to understand that Tim Ryan is not a fool’s errand,” Cleaver said. “Moving forward, we have to win congressional seats in areas of the country that voted for Donald Trump, even in my district, where they voted for me and they voted for Donald Trump,” Ryan said.Narrow losses in two House special elections had Democrats once again trading recriminations Wednesday and pondering anew whether their leaders have them on a path back to power.In November 2012, Pocan won the general election to replace Tammy Baldwin, a fellow Democrat and longtime friend who was elected to the U. Senate, as the next member of Congress from the district.He had also succeeded Baldwin in the State Assembly. He graduated from Harvey Elementary School, Washington Junior High School, and Mary D. He attended the University of Wisconsin–Madison, earning a bachelor's degree in journalism in 1986.

The other two top spots also are held by septuagenarians Minority Whip Steny Hoyer of Maryland is 77 and Assistant Minority Leader Jim Clyburn of South Carolina is 76. He’s running because he believes there’s a need for inclusion and deep thinking on how we operate in the future.” Cleaver said Ryan asked for his vote, and he replied he’d look at Ryan’s plans and “make an intelligent decision.” Ryan, speaking on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday, said Democrats won’t be able to win the House without a change in leadership.“People need to understand that Tim Ryan is not a fool’s errand,” Cleaver said. “Moving forward, we have to win congressional seats in areas of the country that voted for Donald Trump, even in my district, where they voted for me and they voted for Donald Trump,” Ryan said.Narrow losses in two House special elections had Democrats once again trading recriminations Wednesday and pondering anew whether their leaders have them on a path back to power.In November 2012, Pocan won the general election to replace Tammy Baldwin, a fellow Democrat and longtime friend who was elected to the U. Senate, as the next member of Congress from the district.He had also succeeded Baldwin in the State Assembly. He graduated from Harvey Elementary School, Washington Junior High School, and Mary D. He attended the University of Wisconsin–Madison, earning a bachelor's degree in journalism in 1986.Democrats desperate for fresh faces cast 37-year-old Heath Mello as a pragmatic, next-generation leader who could win in the Nebraska heartland.