Duchow Wins Special Election for 99th AD

Cindi Duchow has won the general election for the vacant 99th Assembly District seat in Waukesha County. Duchow received 1,424 votes to defeat two write-in candidates in the election. No Democrats filed to run.

Representative-elect Duchow has worked for large national retailers and owns a small business that provides watersport and boat services on Lake Michigan. Duchow has been elected to the Town of Delafield Board of Supervisors twice, and is a native of Delafield. She received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

In a recent interview with WisPolitics.com, Duchow stated her top priority is eliminating corporate income taxes. Also in the interview, Duchow indicated she would be in favor of repealing the state’s minimum markup law. Additionally, Duchow stated she believes the Government Accountability Board (GAB) and John Doe investigation process both need to be overhauled.

Duchow has yet to receive her committee assignments from Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester).

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