MARSHFIELD, Wis. (WSAU) - Another candidate is throwing his hat in the ring in the race for the 69th Assembly District seat being vacated by Assembly Majority Leader Scott Suder.
Scott Kenneth Noble of Marshfield says he’s getting into the already crowded field so voters can have what he calls, “a true TEA Party alternative”. Noble says he’s got a proven track record with the TEA Party, “having served as the former vice-chairman, I was elected to the executive board of the central Wisconsin TEA Party. So, I guess I’ve been a leader of the TEA Party for quite some time.”
The two candidates already in the race are Stratford businessman Bob Kulp, and Deb Koncel, Chair of the Clark County Republican Party. As of yet, no Democrats have announced a run for the seat.