Incumbent Stafsholt takes down two challengers to retain 29th Assembly District

(WQOW) – There were three candidates vying for the right to become the representative of Wisconsin’s 29th district.

Republican incumbent Rob Stafsholt defeated Democrat John Calabrese and Libertarian candidate Brian Corriea.

Stafsholt ran his family farm for 22 years and his family’s food manufacturing company in New Richmond. He is a member of the NRA, St. Croix Farm Bureau and Wisconsin Bear Hunters Association.

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Weather Outlook: Another frigid night

Much like Friday night, lows will drop into the single digits tonight with wind chills between -5 and 5 degrees.

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