MADISON – State Sen. Kathleen Vinehout of Alma Monday added her name to a crowded Democratic field seeking to challenge GOP Gov. Scott Walker next year.
A spokesman for Vinehout confirmed she would not seek re-election to her Senate seat next year, meaning Democrats will have a challenging race to hold onto the 31st Senate District next year.
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Democratic state senator Kathleen Vinehout launches her candidacy for governor today in Black River Falls. Senator Vinehout says she wants to expand health care coverage, fix the school aid formula, and make tuition free at all of the state's technical and two-year colleges.
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State Senator Would Be Joining Crowded Democratic Field
Vinehout announced Monday on Facebook that she will make a "special announcement" in Black River Falls on Sept. 25 to speak about the next election and her vision. She does not say in the posting whether she will get into the increasingly crowded Democratic field or run for a fourth Senate term.
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