Monday, November 28, 2016

UPDATE: 21st Wisconsin Assembly District: GOP incumbent Jessie Rodriquez defeats Dem challenger Jack Redmond

Margin of victory (percentage points)
AD1.    20.2
AD2.    38.8
AD3.    21.2
AD4.    19.4
AD5.    29.2
AD6.    40.4
AD7.    17.9
AD14.  14.6
AD21.  18.8

Rodriguez wins re-election to represent State Assembly District 21.  (SouthNow, 11/92016)
In her next two-year term, Rodriguez said she will focus on her work with the speaker's task force on urban education. Rodriguez is the chair of the committee, and last summer put together a list of recommendations to improve urban education.

Other election updates:
1st Assembly District.  (11/27/2016)
2nd Assembly District.  (11/27/2016)
3rd Assembly District.  (11/27/2016)
4th Assembly District.  (11/27/2016)
5th Assembly District.  (11/27/2016)
6th Assembly District.  (11/27/2016)
7th Assembly District.  (11/28/2016)
14th Assembly District. (11/28/2016)

8/25/2016 update "Wisconsin State Assembly 21st District Dem primary winner to face Jessie Rodriguez in November", starts here.

Original 6/18/2016 post, "Who's running for state office in Wisconsin 2016 (The primary edition: 21st Assembly District)"  starts here.

Two Democrats are challenging the incumbent Republican Jessie Rodriguez, who resides in Franklin and won a special election in November 2013 and was re-elected in 2014.

As far as I can tell, Gratke doesn't have a campaign website, and Redmond tells us nothing about himself on his Facebook and website, except that he's a dad.  The two tidbits about Frank "Disco" Gratke are found here and here.

The winner of the Tuesday, August 9 primary will face Rodriguez in the November general election.

Campaign websites

21st Assembly District

Public libraries in the 21st Assembly District
Franklin Public Library (service area)
Oak Creek Public Library
South Milwaukee Public Library

Related article:
Two challengers in 21st Assembly race.  (South Milwaukee Blog, 6/4/2016)

Related posts:
Who's running for state office in Wisconsin 2016 (The unopposed edition).  (6/12/2016)
26th Assembly District.  (6/19/2016)
31st Assembly District.  (6/20/2016)
34th Assembly District.  (6/21/2016)
35th Assembly District.  (6/21/2016)
38th Assembly District.  (6/22/2016)
43rd Assembly District.  (6/23/2016)
47th Assembly District.  (6/24/2016)
50th Assembly District.  (6/24/2016)
67th Assembly District.  (6/27/2016)
72nd Assembly District.  (6/28/2016)
78th Assembly District.  (6/28/2016)
80th Assembly District.  (6/29/2016)
83rd Assembly District.  (6/30/2016)
86th Assembly District.  (7/1/2016)
92nd Assembly District.  (7/1/2016)
4th Senate District.  (7/4/2016)
18th Senate District.  (7/5/2016)
32nd Senate District.  (7/6/2016)
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UPDATE: Sinicki easily survives challenge in Wisconsin State Assembly 20th District Dem primary.  (8/10/2016)

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