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Slinger is a city in Southeast Wisconsin.


Slinger dates back to the 1850s and is named for a former State Senator named Baruch Schleisinger. Originally named "Schleisinger", the city's name was officially shortened in the 1920s.[,_Wisconsin]

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Go to a Slinger Super Speedway race, the world's fastest quarter mile paved oval.

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