Chris Larson Files To Run for U.S. Senate
State senator hopes to make move to Washington.
Another candidate has emerged in the 2022 U.S. Senate race.
On Tuesday, Wisconsin State Senator Chris Larson (D-Milwaukee) filed the necessary paperwork to create a campaign committee with the Federal Elections Committee.
Steven Olikara, head of the Millennial Action Project, created an exploratory committee, a precursor to filing to run. Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes is rumored to be interested in the seat. Representative Ron Kind has indicated an interest in running.
Larson, 40, told Urban Milwaukee via text message to “stay tuned” when asked for a comment.
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