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The candidates for District 27, replacing the retiring Jon Erpenbach

Robert Relph, Dane County Republican Party Finance Director, will be running for Wisconsin Senate, District 27, a seat long held by Jon Erpenbach, who announced his retirement from the position earlier this year. Full text available to subscribers only. If you are a current subscriber, please use the login below...
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WisEye Morning Minute: Outgoing Sen. Jon Erpenbach

On this episode of Newsmakers, WisconsinEye Host Lisa Pugh sits down with veteran legislator Senator Jon Erpenbach to discuss, among other things, his legacy after serving 24 years in the state legislature, how he kept humor at the forefront despite high tensions and where he goes from here. Erpenbach says the biggest change he’s seen during his time in office is the in the State Supreme Court and expresses his frustrations with Wisconsin's redistricting process.
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Wisconsin State Sen. Jon Erpenbach looks back at 24-year career in politics

Wisconsin Sen. Jon Erpenbach has served six terms in the state legislature, advocating on issues such as medical marijuana and access to affordable healthcare. The Democratic senator made a name for himself over the past 24 years as a member of the health committee and was elected Senate Democratic Leader by his party in 2002. Erpenbach has spoken on behalf of the Democratic party on several occasions, but most recently found himself the center of state political coverage when he announced this month that he would not seek re-election in 2022.
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Sen. Jon Erpenbach not seeking reelection after 24 years in state Legislature

After more than two decades in the Wisconsin Legislature, Democratic Sen. Jon Erpenbach will not be seeking another term next year. Known for his sense of humor and ability to sneak one-liners into tense political conversations, as well as his seriousness when it comes to drafting legislation, Erpenbach, of West Point, is currently serving his sixth term after joining the Senate in 1999.
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Senator Jon Erpenbach not seeking re-election after 24 years in state legislature | Local government

After more than two decades in the Wisconsin legislature, Democratic Senator Jon Erpenbach will not run for another term next year. Known for his sense of humor and ability to squeeze into tense political conversations, as well as his seriousness when it comes to drafting laws, Erpenbach, of West Point, is currently serving his sixth term after joining the Senate in 1999.
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Longtime Democratic Wisconsin Sen. Jon Erpenbach not seeking reelection

Democratic state Sen. Jon Erpenbach, who has been in the state Senate since 1999 and is a member of the Legislature’s powerful budget-writing committee, will not seek a seventh term next year. Erpenbach represents a heavily Democratic district that includes most of western Dane County, northern Green County, eastern...
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Senator Jon Erpenbach Will Not Run for Reelection

Wisconsin State Senator Jon Erpenbach announced today that he will not be running for re-election in 2022. WORT producer Nate Wegehaupt sat down with him today to talk about his tenure in the senate. Photo courtesy: Nate Wegehaupt / WORT News Team. Did you enjoy this story? Your funding makes...
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Jon Erpenbach won't seek reelection to Wisconsin state Senate

After representing Wisconsin’s 27th Senate District for more than two decades, Democrat Jon Erpenbach announced on Wednesday that he will not seek reelection in 2022. Erpenbach, 60, was first elected in 1998 and served as Senate minority leader from 2003 to 2005. He has served on the Legislature’s influential Joint Finance Committee since 2015.
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