Capital City Sunday: Kathleen Vinehout and Jon Erpenbach

This week on Capital City Sunday: with less than three weeks to go before the state primary, Democrat Kathleen Vinehout says is going after the growing pool of undecided voters in her bid for the highest office in the state. Vinehout has been a member of the Wisconsin Senate since 2007, and represents the 31st District in the western part of the state. 

Also, State Senator Jon Erpenbach (D-Middleton) talks about why he’s endorsing Tony Evers for governor, as many other democrats say they’re waiting until after the primary to make their choice.



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