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Judy Robson

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Judith Biros Robson (born 1939) is a retired American nurse, nursing instructor, and Democratic politician. She served 12 years in the Wisconsin State Senate and 12 years in the Wisconsin State Assembly, representing Rock County. She was the first female Democratic State Senate majority leader in Wisconsin history. Biography Robson was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and now lives in Beloit, Wisconsin. She received a B.S.N. degree from St. John's College in Cleveland, and a master's degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1976. She is a registered nurse. Before being elected to public office, Robson worked as a nurse and as an instructor, primarily at Blackhawk Technical College. Robson was elected to the Wisconsin Assembly in June 1987 in a special election to replace Timothy Weeden (who had been elected to the State Senate). She was reelected to her seat several times and served in that house until 1999. In 1998, she was elected to the State Senate and reelected in
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