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Dana Schultz
Candidate for Wisconsin State Assembly District 87
Political party Democratic
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.[1]

Schultz holds a M.A. in Political Science from University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.[2]



See also: Wisconsin State Assembly elections, 2010

Schultz ran in the 2010 election for Wisconsin State Assembly District 87. Schultz was defeated by Republican incumbent Mary Williams in the general election on November 2, 2010. Schultz was unopposed in the Democratic primary election on September 14, 2010.[3][4]

Wisconsin State Assembly, District 87 General Election (2010)
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Mary Williams (R) 11,223
Dana Schultz (D) 7,908
Frank Rutherford (I) 623
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 website highlighted the following campaign themes:

  • "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."[5]

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