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Reported in After six decades at Capitol, Madison Sen. Fred Risser announces his retirement. (Capital Times, 3/26/2020)
The 26th is a solidly Democratic district. No Republican need apply, as he or she will get crushed.
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Kelda Roys to run for State Senate. (Media release, 3/27/2020)
A Madison native,, Kelda’s passion for public service was inspired by her mother, a social worker, father, a prosecutor, and stepfather, an environmental lawyer. Graduating from college in 3 years, while working full time during the last year to help pay for her education, Roys earned a B.A. magna cum laude in Politics, Drama, and Cultural Studies from NYU. In 2004, Roys earned a JD magna cum laude from UW Law School, where, as part of the Wisconsin Innocence Project, she helped pass landmark criminal justice reforms to prevent wrongful convictions.
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