One La Crosse lawmaker often bills himself as bi-partisan.
Now, Steve Doyle has a study to back up his claim.
Democrat Doyle says the report from the non-partisan Legislative Reference Bureau rates him as the most bi-partisan member of the current Wisconsin Assembly.
“It wasn’t even a close call,” said Doyle. “I came in Number One, as the most bi-partisan member” of the state Assembly.
The report also measured when Republicans agree with Democratic leaders, and area reps Tony Kurtz and Loren Oldenburg scored high in that area.