Monday, June 16, 2014
By Bill Kraus
June 2 was Filing Day for 2014 legislative candidates, and a lot of things were settled.
Sixteen Republicans and 16 Democrats were elected to the Assembly as were two senators, maybe three.
None of these people will have to campaign for themselves or answer any embarrassing questions.
The same can be said for the six candidates who have no major party opposition in the primary and whose coronation will have to be delayed until August when their third-party opponents will be dispatched.
There are also going to be seven Assembly candidates facing intra-party opposition in August. Five of these will result in an unopposed Republican on the November ballot.
Posted by Common Cause in Wisconsin at 8:43 PM