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Gary Hebl

Gary Hebl
Candidate For Assembly District 46

Gary Hebl

Candidate Background


P.O. Box 46
Sun Prairie WI

Phone Number: 
(608) 837-3858
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Candidate Biography

From candidate Website

  Representative Gary Hebl is a life long resident of the City of Sun Prairie.  Elected in 2005, Representative Hebl currently holds two standing committee chairmanships, one as Chair of the Assembly Committee on Judiciary and Ethics, and one as Chair of the Assembly Committee on Ways and Means.  He also serves on the Assembly  Committee on Insurance, the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources, and the Joint Committee on the Review of Administrative Rules.  In addition, Representative Hebl serves as the Assembly’s designee to the Wisconsin Judicial Council, and he has recently accepted the chairmanship of the Joint Legislative Council’s Interim Study Committee on Judicial Discipline and Recusal.

     Representative Hebl’s legal background as a 34 year partner at the law firm of Hebl, Hebl and Ripp LLP has provided Hebl the expertise necessary to author a number of bills related to the improvement of Wisconsin’s judicial system, including the Bankruptcy Exemption Modernization Act and others, which were signed into law in the 2009-10 session.  He has also authored and sponsored a number of bills related to protecting Wisconsin’s consumers, environment and educational future.  Hebl has received many awards for his legislative work from groups including the Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters, the Wisconsin Association of Public, Education and Government Channels, the Wisconsin Pharmacy Association, and the Wisconsin State Bar.

     Representative Hebl currently serves as Corporation Counsel for Operation Fresh Start and Chairman of the Board of the UW Flying Club.   He is also a 30 year board member of the Sun Prairie Cable Access Board and is an avid member of the Sun Prairie Optimist Club, Sun Prairie Chamber of Commerce, The Dane County Bar Association, and the Wisconsin Bar Association.   He and his wife Lynn have three children, Andy, Matt, and Jenny and a dog, Lucy.