MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - It's Election Day in two Wisconsin Assembly districts where Republican incumbents recently resigned.
GOP candidates are the only ones squaring off Tuesday -- and in each case, the winner will run against a Democrat a month from now.
Four Republicans hope to replace Scott Suder in central Wisconsin's 69th District. They are Marshfield Common Council member Alanna Feddick, former Marshfield Alderman Scott Noble, Granton tavern owner Tommy Dahlen, and Stratford businessman Bob Kulp.
The winner will face Democrat Ken Slezak and independent Tim Swiggum on November 19th.
In the Milwaukee area, five Republicans are running today to try and replace 21st District Representative Mark Honadel.
Those five are former pilot William "Larry" Gamble, Oak Creek Alderman Ken Gehl, South Milwaukee landscaper Chris Kujawa, school choice advocate Jessie Rodriguez of Franklin, and Jason "Red" Arnold of South Milwaukee.
Tuesday's winner will face Democrat Elizabeth Coppola on November 19th.
No matter what happens, Republicans will still have a huge majority in the Assembly. The GOP currently has a 57-39 advantage.