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Dianne Hesselbein elected to represent Wisconsin’s 27th Senate District

MIDDLETON, Wis. — Voters have elected State Rep. Dianne Hesselbein to serve as the next senator to represent Wisconsin’s 27th Senate District. Rep. Hesselbein has represented parts of the area since 2013 when she was elected to represent Wisconsin’s 79th Assembly District. Hesselbein beat Republican challenger Robert Relph with 68.7% of the vote to Relph’s 31.3%. The Associated Press called...
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Rep. Dianne Hesselbein to vie for state Senate as Erpenbach declines to run

State Rep. Dianne Hesselbein plans to run for the 27th State Senate District this fall, as the longtime holder of the seat is declining to run for another term. Hesselbein, a Middleton Democrat who has been serving the 80th State Assembly District since 2013, announced her candidacy for the 27th District seat on Thursday, Dec. 16. Her candidacy announcement comes a little more than a week after Sen. Jon Erpenbach (D-West Point) declared he wouldn’t be seeking another term.