Friday, September 7, 2012

Who's Running for State Office in Wisconsin 2012: 10th Assembly District (General Election Edition)

Public libraries in the 10th District
Milwaukee Public Library

From the previous edition of this post.  

Sandy Pasch as the Kinda/Sorta Democratic Incumbent.

Strictly speaking, there is no incumbent in the 10th Assembly District, just 4 Democratic candidates vying for this open seat.  

However, you can make a case for Sandy Pasch as the incumbent as she currently represents the [pre-2011 Wisconsin Act 4322nd Assembly District.  She was first elected to this seat in 2008.  As the Shorewood Patch notes, however, legislative redistricting turned the district's color scheme from purple to red.   Pasch says she will move to Milwaukee or Shorewood if she wins the election.  According to Media Trackers, minorities comprise nearly 75% of the population of the newly redrawn 10th District.

Primary election update.  

And win she did.  Convincingly.  With more than 60% of the vote.   She will run unopposed in the general election.

Racial politics among dirty tricks marring primary.  (Milwaukee Area Labor Council, 8/9/2012) 

Pasch wins in new 10th Assembly district.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 8/14/2012)

Biography. Born Milwaukee, May 19, 1954; married; 3 children.

Graduate Bay View H.S. 1972; B.S. Nursing UW-Madison 1976; M.S. Psychiatric nursing U. of Rochester (NY) 1981; M.A. Bioethics Medical Coll. of Wisconsin 1999.

Full-time legislator. Former assistant professor Columbia College of Nursing; clinical nurse specialist; community health nurse. Member: American Public Health Assn.; Wis. Nurses Assn.; National Alliance on Mental Illness (fmr. pres.); American Society for Bioethics and Humanities; National Conference of State Legislatures Health Com.; Midwest CSG Health and Human Services Com.; Wis. Women’s Council; UW Population Health Institute Advisory Bd.; City of Milw. Flooding Study Task Force; Milwaukee Legislative Caucus (chp.). Former member: Hope House (bd. mbr., secy.); American Red Cross – Southeastern Wis.

Elected to Assembly 2008; reelected 2010.

Related posts (General Election Edition).
Assembly District 1.
Assembly District 2.
Assembly District 3.
Assembly District 4.
Assembly District 5.
Assembly District 6.
Assembly District 7.
Assembly District 8.
Assembly District 9.

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