Friday, December 19th, 2014

Brett Hulsey's file

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Democrat Brett Hulsey of Madison, the owner of an energy and environmental consulting firm, was elected to the Wisconsin Assembly in 2010. He was an unsuccessful candidate in the Aug. 12, 2014 Democratic primary for governor.

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