Special Election Tuesday to Fill 69th Assembly District Seat

By: WSAW Staff Email
By: WSAW Staff Email

Three candidates are vying for the 69th Assembly District seat once held by Republican Scott Suder.

Suder resigned in October taking a job at the Wisconsin Paper Council. The resignation left the seat vacant leading to Tuesday's special election.

On the ballot is Stratford businessman Bob Kulp, who won last month's Republican Primary. As well as Democratic candidate Kenneth Slezak of Neillsville. And Independent candidate Tim Swiggum, the former Mayor of Owen.

The 69th Assembly District comprises parts of Clark, Marathon and Wood counties.

Polls close at 8 p.m.

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