Pasch starts fundraising in advance of 2012 race

    State Rep. Sandy Pasch (D-Whitefish Bay) has e-mailed supporters a fundraising appeal asking their help “to continue our fight to get our state back on track” after last week filing with the state Government Accountability Board to run for her Assembly seat next fall.
    Insiders have been watching what Pasch will do next fall because the 22nd Assembly District has been redrawn in such a way to make it a solidly GOP seat and pair Pasch against state Rep. Jim Ott (R-Mequon). There has been some question whether she would seek re-election for such a difficult seat or possibly look for another race.
    In her e-mail appeal, Pasch writes that Republicans continue to divide Wisconsin with “an extreme social agenda” even “after voters booted out two Republicans” in last summer’s recall elections.
    “Can you contribute $25, $50, or $100 today to ensure that leaders like myself in the State Assembly are able to fight back against the continued attack on our shared values?” Pasch asks in the appeal. “It has been an honor and privilege to work alongside you. Our fight is far from over, and I need your continued support as we continue our work to reclaim our great state.”

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