Democrat from Wisconsin
Julie Lassa, a Democrat, was elected to the Wisconsin state Senate in 2003 after serving five years in the state Assembly. In November 2010, she lost a bid for the open U.S. House seat previously held by U.S. Rep. Dave Obey (D-Wis.). The district covers northwest Wisconsin.
Recent statements involving Julie Lassa
Democratic U.S. House candidate Julie Lassa pushed for a "Canadian-style government takeover of health care."
Says "Sean Duffy was a no-show" as Ashland County District Attorney while he was on the campaign trail
"Julie Lassa willingly took a hefty pay raise at a time when people throughout her district and the state were losing their jobs."
"She created the Waste, Fraud and Mismanagement Hotline.... (that) has saved Wisconsin taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars."
Recent stories featuring Julie Lassa
Most campaign ads this year pummeled viewers into submission -- or apathy. But a few didn't. Here are eight that changed the trajectory of their races.
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