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Kristen Dexter Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly from the 68th district In office January 3, 2009 – January 3, 2011 Preceded by Terry Moulton Succeeded by Kathy Bernier Personal details Born July 20, 1961 Hallock, Minnesota Political party Democratic Spouse(s) Donn Dexter Residence Eau Claire, Wisconsin Alma mater University of Wisconsin, River Falls Occupation metalsmith Kristen Dexter (July 20, 1961) is a Democratic Party politician and former member of the Wisconsin State Assembly, who represented the 68th Assembly District from 2009 to 2011. She succeeded long-time incumbent Representative Terry Moulton. In 2010, she ran for reelection but was defeated by her challenger, Chippewa County Clerk Kathy Bernier.[1] Dexter was elected to the Altoona Board of Education in 2002 and served for six years. In addition to regular board duties, she sat on the Educational Planning Council and Policy Committee for the school district. After helping State Senator Pat Kreitlow win election in 2006, Kristen worked as his Community Outreach Director. She has been a volunteer with the Girl Scouts, Meals on Wheels, the Eau Claire Municipal Band, and currently serves on the Regional Steering Committee for Health Literacy Wisconsin. Dexter was born and raised on the farm where her parents still live. She is a graduate of UW-River Falls and for 15 years has been married to Donn, a neurologist at Luther Midelfort. They have three children.[2] References ^ ^ Assembly Democrats External links Kristen Dexter official campaign website Biography, voting record, and interest group ratings at Project Vote Smart Follow the Money - Kristen Dexter 2008 campaign contributions Kristen Dexter campaign contributions at Wisconsin Democracy Campaign Persondata Name Dexter, Kristen Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 20, 1961 Place of birth Hallock, Minnesota Date of death Place of death This article about a Wisconsin politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e