John Tracy (Wisconsin politician)
John Tracy was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Tracy was born on April 18, 1852 in County Limerick, Ireland. In 1865, he moved to Appleton, Wisconsin in Outagamie County. There, he worked in a hub factory. In addition, Tracy owned near-by farm in the county.
Tracy was elected to the Assembly in 1890 and 1892. From 1882 to 1890, he was a member of the city council of Appleton, serving as its President in 1887. Other positions Tracy held include Chairman of the county board of Outagamie County. He was a Democrat.
- Thomas J. Cunningham, ed. (1891). The Blue Book of the State of Wisconsin. Milwaukee: The Milwaukee Litho. and Engr. Co. p. 599.
- Thomas H. Ryan, ed. (1911). History of Outagamie County Wisconsin. Chicago: Goodspeed Historical Association. pp. 1038–1040.
- Journal and Indexes of the 1931 Special Session of the Wisconsin Legislature. Madison: Democrat Printing Company. 1932. pp. 247–248.