|President pro tempore of the Wisconsin Senate|
January 7, 1895 – January 4, 1897
|Preceded by||Robert MacBride|
|Succeeded by||Lyman W. Thayer|
|Member of the Wisconsin Senate|
January 2, 1893 – January 4, 1897
|Preceded by||Charles Simeon Taylor|
|Succeeded by||John W. Whelan|
|Constituency||24th Senate district|
January 5, 1874 – January 3, 1876
|Preceded by||Samuel Pratt|
|Succeeded by||Asahel Farr|
|Constituency||8th Senate district|
|Member of the Wisconsin State Assembly|
from the Walworth 3rd district
January 7, 1867 – January 6, 1868
|Preceded by||Shepard O. Raymond|
|Succeeded by||George A. Ray|
|Born||November 5, 1832|
Norwich, Massachusetts, U.S.
|Died||February 12, 1901 (aged 68)|
Whitewater, Wisconsin, U.S.
|Resting place||Hillside Cemetery, Whitewater, Wisconsin|
Adelaide M. Hall
Thompson Dimock Weeks (November 5, 1832 – February 12, 1901) was an American lawyer and Republican politician. He served six years in the Wisconsin State Senate, representing Walworth County, and was president pro tempore of the Senate during the 1895–1896 session. He also served one term in the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Born in Norwich, Massachusetts, he settled in Lyons, Wisconsin Territory, in 1843. Weeks then moved to Whitewater, Wisconsin in 1860. Weeks graduated from Lawrence University in 1858 and Albany Law School in 1859. He then practiced law in Wisconsin. Weeks served in the Wisconsin State Assembly in 1867 as a Republican and then in the Wisconsin State Senate in 1874 and in 1895. Weeks also served on the board or regents for Wisconsin normal schools. He died in Whitewater, Wisconsin.