Clint (Clint) P. Moses (R-SH29)
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Capitol: 608.237.9129
FAX: 608.282.3629
District: 715.505.2294
Room 12 West State Capitol 2 East Main Street
Madison, WI 53702

District Office:
N6602 470th Street
Menomonie, WI 54751
Elected: 2020    Next Election: 2024
Spouse: Nora   
Committee Assignments
ChairmanAssembly Committee on Health, Aging and Long-Term Care
MemberAssembly Committee on Colleges and Universities
MemberAssembly Committee on Agriculture
MemberAssembly Committee on Rural Development
MemberAssembly Committee on Forestry, Parks and Outdoor Recreation
MemberAssembly Committee on State Affairs
Counties Representing
Dunn / Pierce / St. Croix


Clint Moses was born and raised in Menomonie, WI. His childhood was filled with helping out on the family's small farm, playing sports and participating in activities like Boy Scouts where he earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Clint is alumni of Menomonie High School and UW-Stout. At the age of 16 he started his first business in lawn care, and was able to pay his own way through undergraduate earning degrees in Psychology and Human Biology. Clint then went on to earn his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Northwestern College of Chiropractic.

Clint lives on a small farm where they raise sheep and cattle in the Menomonie Township with his wife and four daughters. In 2003 he opened Red Cedar Chiropractic with his wife, Dr. Nora Moses. They have been caring for residents of Dunn County and beyond since then, as well as donating time and resources to various charitable organizations.

Even with a busy professional and personal life Clint finds time help his community. Clint has served on the Tall Oaks Council for the Boy Scouts of America, Colfax Health & Rehabilitation board, Rotary Club of Menomonie member and Past President, Community Foundation of Dunn County member, past grants chair, board president, and current school board member for the School District of the Menomonie Area.

Clint's passion for staying busy and helping his community has led him to run for the 29th district Assembly, where he feels the real grassroots problem solving can occur. He has an insider's view of our healthcare system, and understands the system's flaws, and what can be changed to actually improve the health of our population, as well as make access to medical care more affordable. He's concerned our small towns are disappearing, and wants to ensure they remain vibrant, and can be supported by bringing business and commerce to the more rural areas so they can be sustained. He cares deeply about children, and realizes that they are our future. He wants to ensure their safety, access to quality education, and a clean world to live in. ​He looks forward to meeting and speaking to many of the residents of the 29th district. He is always willing to listen to concerns, and figure out solutions that can be truly beneficial. He would appreciate your support!