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Polls open for the 69th Assembly primary tomorrow


UNDATED (WSAU) - A group of Republican candidates will face off tomorrow in the primary for the 69th Assembly seat.

Four Republican candidates have declared for the race. Former Marshfield alderman Scott Noble, Granton restaurateur Tommy Dahlen, businessman Bob Kulp from Stratford, and current Marshfield alderwoman Alana Feddick-Goodwin are all in the race for the seat given up by Scott Suder when he stepped down to take a position with the state and then a lobbying group.

The winner of the race will face Democrat Ken Slezak who's running unopposed.

The polls open at 7am and close at 8pm.

The Republican candidates met in September at a special forum hosted by the Tea Party. You can listen to the entire forum at WSAU.com in the Newsmakers Interview Podcast Section.