Associate justice of the Ho-Chunk Nation Supreme Court and the president of the Wausau School Board, Tricia Zunker, announced today that she will be running as a Democrat in the special election for Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District seat, according to a press release from her campaign.
(Press Release) -- Today, Tricia Zunker launched her campaign for the United States House of Representatives.
We’re proud to welcome her to Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District race. Tricia was born and raised in Wausau. She is a first generation college graduate who also went on to graduate law school As a farmer’s granddaughter with blue collar roots and single parent of one, she understands the issues that matter here in the 7th CD.
In 2013, Tricia was elected to serve her People, the Ho-Chunk Nation Supreme Court. She currently serves her second elected term. In 2018, she was elected to the Wausau School Board. She currently serves as board president. Tricia champions strong public schools and prioritizes student mental health and teacher appreciation. And as your Congresswoman, she will bring these values to Washington and fight for working people instead of the wealthy few.
We need a bold representative in WI-7 who will put public education first, protect parks and public lands, lower prescription drugs and defend family farmers. Who knows how to get to work and get work done - for our country over party. A representative that will fight everyday for Wisconsin’s biggest district, instead of big donors in Washington. Join her at www.triciaforwisconsin.com - together, we can put our Northwoods over party and get the job done. Let’s get to work, Wisconsin."
Zunker is the second Democrat to announce for the seat formerly held by Republican Sean Duffy.