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There Will be a Democratic Gubernatorial Primary After All

People, I give you Madison Rep. Brett Hulsey…Candidate for Governor.

Rep. Brett Hulsey (D-Madison) cleared up months of speculation about his political future in emphatic fashion Monday morning, announcing he will challenge Mary Burke for the Democratic nomination for Governor.

“I am getting a great reception for my Get Wisconsin Working Again Plan as I travel the state,” Rep. Hulsey noted. “People want a real plan to get back to work, not more divisive politics.”

Rep. Hulsey says that plan allocates $2.1 billion to create clean energy jobs, increase job training, provide investments for public schools, the UW system and technical college investments.

“Gov. Walker’s Reign of Error has made Wisconsin 2nd in the nation in losing jobs. We have to turn the state around to create a better future for our children and neighbors,” said Rep. Hulsey.

The announcement comes after a tumultuous couple of years for Rep. Hulsey, which saw him plea “no contest” to disorderly conduct for flipping a 9-year-old boy, whom he did not know, off his inner tube while both were swimming on July 4, 2012 at Spring Harbor Beach.

In early 2013, Hulsey aide Terri Zimmerman filed a complaint with Capitol Police after he brought a box cutter to work to allegedly teach her how to defend herself.  Zimmerman told police Hulsey also considered bringing a gun to the Capitol, even though he didn’t have a concealed weapons permit.

After that second incident, Madison Alders Mark Clear and Lisa Subeck both announced they would challenge Rep. Hulsey for his 78th Assembly District seat.

Rep. Hulsey was first elected to the State Assembly in 2010, after serving 14 years on the Dane County Board.

Emphasis of the crazy is mine.

Oh, this his chances of winning are an utter joke, but to Hulsey, this is no doubt a real thing.

 

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