Gubernatorial candidate Vinehout visits Prairie du Sac town hall

State Senator Kathleen Vinehout, one of 10 gubernatorial candidates running on the ballot of a heavily-contested primary, kicked off her visit to Prairie du Sac Town Hall June 5 with a message about the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association and its intention to limit a July debate to four candidates.

On its website, the WBA states it will select four candidates to participate in the debate by first qualifying for a place on the ballot, raising at least $250,000 in campaign funds, and rank as one of the top candidates in a recent Marquette Law School poll.

Calling it “undemocratic,” Vinehout said it’s time to take the money out of politics.

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