- Associated Press - Tuesday, September 29, 2015

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Republican Cindi Duchow is the only candidate on the ballot to fill a vacant seat in the Wisconsin state Assembly.

No Democrats registered to run in the election to be decided Tuesday for the 99th Assembly district representing conservative Waukesha County.

Duchow is a Town of Delafield supervisor. She won a four-person primary on Sept. 1 to advance to the uncontested general election.

Duchow, of Pewaukee, has won endorsements from several high-profile Republicans, including former Gov. Tommy Thompson.

The seat is open after Chris Kapenga was elected to the state Senate in a July special election.

Republicans will hold a 62-36 advantage heading into the election.

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