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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

 11:15 PM 

Dexter says she's 'gratified' by victory, calls on Moulton to debate

Former Rep. Kristen Dexter attributed her victory in the 23rd SD Dem primary to voters that have "had enough of (Terry) Moulton’s record of slashing funding to education, rolling back women’s rights, and doing nothing to improve the economy for workers, families, or small businesses.”

“In the next 27 days I hope Terry Moulton will agree to publicly debate on the issues, our records, and the votes we’ve taken,” Dexter, D-Eau Claire, said in a statement. “People have been asking for a chance to hear Sen. Moulton defend his votes on policies that have made it harder for working class people to get by.”

Moulton spokesman Matt Capristo responded in a statement, "Voters now have a clear choice -- take Wisconsin back to billion dollar tax increases, multi-billion dollar budget deficits and historic job losses under Kristen Dexter or continue moving forward with balanced budgets, declining property taxes and an economy on the rise with Terry Moulton."

-- By Andy Szal

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