Terry Moulton was elected to the State Senate in 2010. Senator Moulton serves as Chair of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Small Business and Tourism, where he has worked to increase family-supporting jobs in Wisconsin and position us for long-term economic growth. Senator Moulton also serves as Vice-Chair of the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services and sits on the Senate Committee on Sporting Heritage, Mining, and Forestry. He also serves on the Wisconsin State Building Commission, which oversees the planning, improvement, major maintenance and renovation of state facilities. He is a founding member and Co-Chair of the Legislative Sportsmens Caucus.
Terry served in the State Assembly from 2005 to 2008 where he was a leading voice on small business issues. From his post as Chair of the Assembly Committee on Small Business, he worked across the aisle to push for tax reforms targeted at increasing investment in our local economy and expanding research and development.
Born in Whitefish, Montana, Terry moved to Chippewa Falls with his family when he was two years old. He grew up on the shores of Small Lake Wissota and has spent almost his entire life in the Chippewa Valley. For more than two decades, Terry has owned and operated Mouldy’s Archery and Tackle. Before opening his business, he worked for 17 years as a hospital administrator at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Chippewa Falls. Terry is married to his wife Sue Kay, and together they have two children and eight grandchildren.