Vukmir ‘seriously considering’ Senate run
Republican state Sen. Leah Vukmir said she was seriously considering running for U.S. Senate before U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy announced he would not be a candidate.
And Vukmir said Thursday with the news that he’s out, she is moving forward with evaluating whether to get in. Vukmir said she has no timeline for when she will make a final decision.
Vukmir lives in Brookfield and has been in the state Legislature since 2003. She is one of several Republicans considering a Senate run next year against Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin.
Vukmir said she is evaluating whether she’s the best person to run, if she can put together a team and raise money for the race that’s expected to be a target for both Republicans and Democrats.
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