Hancock Goes For Third Run

In her first two attempts to unseat Mike Huebsch for the 94th state assembly district seat, Democrat Cheryl Hancock took a stance to reform the state education funding formula, to reduce the reliance on property taxes and eliminate the revenue caps she says limit local control.

You can expect those platforms again as she will take a 3rd crack at the empty assembly seat.

Hancock, a 14-year member of the Holmen School Board and Executive Director of the local red cross, joins fellow democrat Steve Doyle and a hand full of republicans including Lynetta Kopp, Jake Speed, Ray Ebert and Jon Hetland.

The seat was left vacant after Mike Huebsch left for a cabinet position with the Governor.

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