Fred Clark's file:
Clark

Democrat from Wisconsin

Democrat Fred Clark is a member of the Wisconsin state Assembly, representing the 42nd District near Baraboo. He was elected in 2008. He ran unsuccessfully against Republican state Sen. Luther Olsen in an August 2011 recall election.

Recent statements involving Fred Clark

A Wisconsin bill to limit use of food stamps for junk food would also "prevent -- or limit --  the extent to which" food stamps could be used for organic foods.

Says Gov. Scott Walker "made more than $70 million in cuts to job training programs through (Wisconsin’s) technical colleges."

Democrats in the Legislature in 2009 voted for various "pork projects" including "a $5 million scoreboard for the Milwaukee Bucks."

Says Sen. Luther Olsen, his recall opponent, supported the sale of state-owned power plants "not to the highest bidder, but to the biggest donors" with no oversight.

Says state Rep. Fred Clark (D-Baraboo) ran a red light and seriously injured a bicyclist.

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