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Dana Schultz

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Dana Schultz
Candidate for Wisconsin State Assembly District 87
Political party Democrat
Website Campaign website
Dana Schultz was a Democratic candidate for District 87 of the Wisconsin State Assembly. The primary election was on September 14, 2010 and the general election was on November 2, 2010.

Schultz holds a M.A. in Political Science from University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.[1]



See also: Wisconsin State Assembly elections, 2010

Schultz was defeated by incumbent Republican Mary Williams in the November 2 general election. Also defeated was Independent Frank Rutherford. Schultz was unopposed in the primary election. [2]

Wisconsin State Assembly, District 87 Democratic primary (2010)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Dana Schultz (D) 2,388 99.92%

Campaign issues

Schultz lists the following five issues of concern:

  • "Jobs - "Economic development has to be a priority."
  • "Family Farming and Local Business -..I support ways for farms to diversify and direct market more efficiently."
  • "Focus on Rural Education Needs - "Voucher programs continue to take tax-payer money out of public education - away from where it is needed most."..."we need to rework the formula so taxes are applied fairly and rural districts have the transportation and program resources needed for a quality education."
  • "Protecting Our Land and Water -...I will work to conserve our precious resources. That means being able to make the tough choices on our pending water problems."
  • "Fiscal Responsibility - "We need to get every nickel out of every dollar in the state budget."[3]

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