OnFocus – Early reports indicate that Donna Rozar will soon be elected to represent Wisconsin’s 69th Assembly District. (Incumbent Bob Kulp did not seek reelection.)
Wood County is reporting Rozar took 58% of the votes. Marathon County has 74% reporting currently, with Rozar taking 68% of the votes. Clark County has just 18% reporting, with Rozar taking 71% of the votes.
Rozar is a Republican and ran on a platform of improving rural infrastructure, workforce development, fair taxation, and affordable healthcare.
She was endorsed by the National Rifle Association PVF, Wisconsin Right To Life, Pro Life Wisconsin Victory Fund PAC, Realtors Political Action Committee, Wisconsin Family Action PAC, and National Federation of Independent Business -Wisconsin.
Rozar has lived in Marshfield since 1988 and is a registered nurse. She recently retired from UWEC College of Nursing and Health Services, where she taught for 12 years.
She has also served as a Wood County Board Supervisor since 2000.
Editor’s Note: Results are unofficial until the canvass is complete on Tuesday, November 10, 2020.
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