Kaul in victory speech pledges to be an independent AG


MADISON -- Josh Kaul, declaring victory in the AG race, pledged to be independent and "an advocate for all Wisconsinites."
Kaul, who addressed supporters and media outside the Dane County Courthouse this morning, also said he'd work with Dem guv-elect Tony Evers to withdraw the state from its involvement in a lawsuit looking to overturn the Affordable Care Act.
And he said he'd fight for a "more serious" approach to school safety, including long-term funding for mental health in schools.
Kaul's comments come as the current margin gives Kaul a 22,900 vote lead over Republican AG Brad Schimel wi...

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