Tip McGuire Incumbent

Tip McGuire

Candidate for Assembly District 64

Candidate Information

Candidate Biography

Tip attended elementary school at St. Sebastian’s in Sturtevant and St. Catherine’s High School in Racine. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Marquette University and he was elected to serve on the student government. Following graduation, McGuire worked from 2009 to 2014 as a legislative aide for Rep. Peter Barca. In that role, McGuire served district residents by helping them navigate state agency issues, advising Rep. Barca on policy issues, and hosting numerous groups at the State Capitol and in the district. McGuire left Barca’s office to earn his law degree from the University of Wisconsin. In law school he worked with the Wisconsin Innocence Project and the Prosecution Project. Since then, he has worked as a criminal prosecutor, first in the Kenosha County District Attorney’s office as a special prosecutor, and today as an Assistant District Attorney in Milwaukee County. Tip McGuire has proudly served the Kenosha area community. He is currently the President of the Kenosha Public Library Foundation Board, a board he has served on for over six years. Tip also served on the board of the National Alliance for Mental Illness – Kenosha (NAMI). He resides in the district and is currently working as a criminal prosecutor in Milwaukee County.

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