Incumbent Janet Bewley defeats political newcomer Bolen

(WQOW) – The race for Wisconsin’s Senate District  25 featured a Republican making his first run at office and an incumbent Democrat.

Tuesday, it was the incumbent, Janet Bewley, coming out on top, defeating Republican challenger James Bolen.

Bewley has served in the Senate since 2015. She was a Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority senior community development officer.

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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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