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Two Democratic Duffy challengers speak to voters in Cable

Trying to unseat U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy in November will be a tall order for Democrats. Two of them – attorney and military vet Margaret Engebretson and physician Brian Ewert – were in Cable Thursday discussing what each brings to the table ahead of the August primary. > ABC 10 Duluth

Margaret Engebretson looks to unseat Sean Duffy

Margaret Engebretson believes she is the right candidate to challenge U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy for his seat in November. A military veteran of 24 years, a former union worker and an attorney, Engebretson will face off against four challengers in the Democratic primary. > Juneau County Star-Times

Why Ryan's House seat may be the only one in play in Wisconsin

That Republicans may lose the U.S. House this fall while still hanging on to their five Wisconsin seats is a testament to how hard it is to defeat a sitting member of Congress in a district that favors their party. 13 more words

Duffy attracts another Dem challenger

A Central Wisconsin radio broadcaster has declared his candidacy for the 7th Congressional District, currently served by U. S. Rep. Sean Duffy. Bob Look told  16 more words

Duffy attracts another Dem challenger

Dr. Dennis Paulaha has announced his candidacy for Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District on the Democratic ticket. A resident of Hudson for 23 years, Paulaha has authored a book called “Wealth and Freedom” to help Democrats win elections, and decided to run himself for the seat currently held by Congressman Sean Duffy. > Sawyer County Record

Duffy challenger calls for legalization

Kyle Frenette, one of five Democratic candidates challenging U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy in northern Wisconsin, has come out in favor of the national marijuana legalization. In a proposal released Friday, Frenette argued legalization would help solve the opioid crisis, reduce the number of inmates, and provide needed revenues for Wisconsin. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Duffy tortures logic at town mall meeting

In defending President Trump and the recent tax overhaul during a town hall meeting in Hayward, Congressman Sean Duffy claimed that millionaires would probably say they had not gained much from the new tax reform law, but that they still supported it since it enhanced the economy and helped middle-income Americans. > Cap Times