(Charles) Kyle Kenyon (March 22, 1924 – March 6, 1996) was an American Republican politician.
Born in Wyeville, Wisconsin, to Charles M. Kenyon and Harriet (Shookman) Kenyon, he served in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. In 1951 he received his law degree from University of Wisconsin Law School and married Xena Cade. He practiced law in Tomah, Wisconsin until shortly before his death. Kenyon served in the Wisconsin State Assembly 1957–1970. Kenyon died in Tomah survived by his wife, Xena, and five children, Charles Kyle Kenyon, Jr., Kathleen Kenyon Harris, Elizabeth Kenyon Hart, John Cass Kenyon, and Helen Annemarie Kenyon.
Allan Edward "Ed" Thompson was an American businessman and politician. He served as Mayor of Tomah, Wisconsin for two non-consecutive terms, and was the Libertarian candidate for Governor of Wisconsin in 2002, receiving nearly 11% of the vote in that race.
Tomah is a city in Monroe County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 9,093 as of the 2010 census. The city is surrounded by the Town of Tomah and the Town of La Grange.
William Squire Kenyon was a United States Senator from Iowa, and a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.
James Taylor Lewis was an American lawyer and politician who served as the 9th Governor of Wisconsin (1864–1866). Prior to his election as Governor, he was the 7th Secretary of State of Wisconsin (1862–1864) and the 4th Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin (1854–1856), and served one year each in the Wisconsin State Senate (1853) and Assembly (1852).
Robert Quackenbush was a Wisconsin politician.
James McMillan Shafter was an American politician who served in Vermont, Wisconsin, and California, and owned large ranches in Marin County, California.
Anthony Steven Evers is an American politician and educator who has served as the 46th governor of Wisconsin since January 7, 2019. A member of the Democratic Party, Evers previously served as the Wisconsin Superintendent of Public Instruction for ten years.
The 24th Senate District of Wisconsin is one of 33 districts in the Wisconsin State Senate. Located in central Wisconsin, the district comprises all of Portage County and most of Wood County, as well as the northern half of Adams County, the western half of Waushara County, eastern Jackson County, and northern Monroe County. It contains the cities of Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids, and the U.S. Army base Fort McCoy.
George R. Vincent was an American physician from Tomah, Wisconsin who spent one term as a Greenbacker member of the Wisconsin State Assembly from Monroe County.
Donald Kyle Stitt was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly and Wisconsin State Senate, and a chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin.
Glenn L. Henry was an American lawyer and politician.
Adelbert Bleekman was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly and the Wisconsin State Senate.
Lewis T. Mittness, Jr. was a former member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Kenyon Ezra Giese was an American dairy farmer and Republican politician. He was elected to three terms in the Wisconsin State Assembly, representing Sauk County, but died of cancer in the first year of his third term.
Thomas McCaul was an American merchant, contractor and insurance agent from Tomah, Wisconsin who served one term as a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly, as well as the first mayor of the newly elevated City of Tomah. During the American Civil War, he was a member of the 1st United States Sharpshooters.
Charles Emmett Quigg was an American physician and politician.
Elmer A. Kenyon was an American businessman, farmer, and politician.
Charles D. Wells was a Wisconsin newspaperman and politician.
Charles K. Erwin was an American businessman and politician.
James Tormey was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.