Meet Amy   

     Rep. Loudenbeck was first elected to the state Assembly in 2010 to serve the 45th Assembly District. She was elected to her sixth term in the state Assembly in 2020 to represent the 31st Assembly District. She currently serves as the Vice Co-Chair on the Joint Committee on Finance, and the Co-Chair on the Joint Committee on Information Policy and Technology. She also serves as the Chair of the State Capitol and Executive Residents Board and is a member of the State Fair Park Board. 

   As a Midwesterner, Rep. Loudenbeck grew up in the suburbs of Detroit and Chicago, and moved to Wisconsin to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she graduated in 1991 with two undergraduate degrees: Political Science and International Relations. After graduation, she worked in environmental project management and regulatory compliance across three states helping businesses navigate the complex regulatory process while protecting human health and the environment. Rep. Loudenbeck spent seven years working at the Greater Beloit Chamber in various leadership roles.

Amy and her husband Matt live on a farmette in rural Clinton. She represents the 31st Assembly District which includes eastern Rock and western Walworth counties.


Amy with her husband, Matt on Inauguration Day 2015.