Bowen jumps into Dem race for lieutenant governor

Photo courtesy of the Wisconsin Legislature
Photo courtesy of the Wisconsin Legislature

State Rep. David Bowen today joined the growing Dem field for lieutenant governor, saying his experience sets him apart from others vying to run on the ticket with Gov. Tony Evers next fall.
Bowen, 34, was elected to the Assembly in 2014 after two years on the Milwaukee County Board. He also served as vice-chair for the state Dem Party under Martha Laning.
Bowen said in an interview he’s been “on the front lines” on issues such as those impacting working families and overhauling the criminal justice system. He also said his experience can help turn out those that Dems need next fall, including...

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