Election Preview: Wisconsin 22nd State Assembly District

State Rep. Don Pridemore is lone candidate in newly drawn 22nd Assembly District.

Republican state Rep. Don Pridemore is facing no remaining opposition in his bid for the redrawn 22nd State Assembly District on the Nov. 6 ballot.

Pridemore has served as representative of the 99th Assembly District, but gave up that seat to run in the 22nd due to redistricting. He has been a member of the state Assembly since 2005.

The district was redrawn this year in the wake of redistricting prompted by population shifts in the 2010 census. The district encompasses portions of the communities of Erin, Lisbon, Lannon, Butler, and parts of Richfield, Menomonee Falls and Milwaukee. (See map)

Assembly members serve two-year terms and earn $49,943 annually. They also receive a per diem of $88 per day for each day they work in Madison.

Candidate profiles

  • Republican Don Pridemore.


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