Nearly 2 dozen run for open Wisconsin legislative seats
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Nearly 20 people plan to run for three open seats in the state Assembly. Seven Republicans and two Democrats have filed nomination papers to run in the 60th District, which includes parts of Ozaukee and Washington counties.
Two Democrats and one Republican have filed to run in the 83rd District, which covers portions of Waukesha, Racine and Walworth counties.
Five Republicans and two Democrats have filed to run in the 94th District, which includes parts of La Crosse and Monroe counties.
The openings came after three GOP lawmakers -- Mark Gottlieb from the 60th, Scott Gunderson from the 83rd and Michael Huebsch from the 94th -- resigned to take positions in Gov. Scott Walker's cabinet.
A primary has been set for April 5th with the general election on May 3rd.
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