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Mason, WI – Early this morning, Janet Bewley won re-election to serve another four year term in the Wisconsin State Senate. Senator Bewley defeated Republican challenger James Bolen with 51% of the vote.
“I want to thank everyone who supported me and my campaign over the last several months,” Said Bewley, “When I got into politics, I pledged to run on the issues affecting my constituents , and I’m proud of the race that we ran on those very issues. It is a great honor to be re-elected to the Wisconsin State Senate and I pledge to continue to work for everyone within the 25th Senate District, regardless of their political persuasion.”
Bewley concluded, “I look forward to working with Governor-elect Evers and his incoming administration, as well as my colleagues in the State Legislature, towards common sense solutions to the issues we all care about: well funded public education, finding a solution to our transportation funding shortfall, and expanding healthcare into the most rural areas of the state.”
Senator Janet Bewley has served the 25th Senate District since 2015 after previously serving two terms in the State Assembly. The 25th Senate District includes all of or some of 13 counties; Douglas, Bayfield, Ashland, Iron, Price, Vilas, Washburn, Burnett, Barron, Dunn, St. Croix, Sawyer, and Polk.