Beth Meyers

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Beth Meyers (born May 29, 1959) is an American social worker and politician.

Born in Bayfield, Wisconsin, Meyers received her bachelor's degree from Northland College and worked for the Red Cliff Tribe as family services divisions chief and later for CORE Community Services. Meyers served on the Bayfield County, Wisconsin Board of Supervisors from 2010[1] until she resigned in 2015 to concentrate on her duties in the Assembly.[2] On November 4, 2014, Meyers was elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly as a Democrat replacing Janet Bewley (also a Democrat) who was elected to the Wisconsin State Senate.[3]

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  1. ^ Meyers for Assembly
  2. ^ Mullen, Amber. "Meyers resigns from Bayfield County Board" Ashland Daily Press April 2, 2015
  3. ^ "Janet Bewley wins 25th Wisconsin Senate Dist. 25 seat", NNCNOW.com., November 4, 2014