Wis. attorney general candidate to take questions

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MILWAUKEE (AP) -- As a candidate for state attorney general, Dane County's district attorney is getting his turn to take questions during a Milwaukee Press Club luncheon.

Wednesday afternoon's event is open to the public.

Ismael Ozanne received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He was appointed the Dane County district attorney in 2010 after his predecessor was elected an Appeals Court judge.

Ozanne is one of three Democrats vying for the attorney general post. The others are Jefferson County district attorney Susan Happ and state Rep. Jon Richards.

The three will square off in an August primary. The winner faces Brad Schimel, the Waukesha County district attorney and the only Republican in the race.

Incumbent Republican Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen isn't seeking re-election.

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