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EXCLUSIVE: Bob Donovan Considering Run For State Assembly


Former Milwaukee Alderman Bob Donovan is thinking about running for the 84th State Assembly district.

Donovan told WRN that he is “strongly considering” the run and hopes to make a final decision by Monday.

Donovan was defeated by Cavalier Johnson earlier this month in a run for Milwaukee Mayor.

The current 84th State assembly Representative, Mike Kuglitsch of New Berlin, announced in February that he won’t seek reelection this fall. Kuglitsch has represented the district since 2011.

The district has trended solidly Republican for the last 20 years and includes the southern half of the City of New Berlin in Waukesha County, as well as the western half of the City of Greenfield and several blocks of the southwest corner of the city of Milwaukee.

David Karst, current chairman of the Republican Party of Milwaukee County, has filed in February to run for the same seat.


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