Democratic candidate for Attorney General, Susan Happ, makes stop in Eau Claire

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU)-- Democratic candidate for Attorney General, Susan Happ, was in Eau Claire Tuesday.

Happ spoke outside the Eau Claire County courthouse. She says it is time to bring Wisconsin back together again and says she has a track record of doing so.

Happ says the state has to get back on track and focus on what matters to its citizens.

"I want to protect our values and our rights, not take them away. That includes the right for people to be able to marry who they love, the right for people to vote, the right for women to make their own health care decisions," said Happ.

Happ is running against Republican Brad Schimel for Attorney General in the general election November 4th.

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