MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - Just over a quarter of Wisconsin's likely voters are not sure who they'll pick yet for state attorney general.
The new Marquette Law School poll gives Democrat Susan Happ a 7-point edge over Republican Brad Schimel among registered voters, 40-33 percent. Among likely voters, Happ gets the edge 42-32.
In both groups, just over 25 percent are undecided.
Happ, the Jefferson County district attorney, defeated two other candidates in a primary earlier this month. Schimel, the Waukesha County DA, was given a clear path by Republicans, along him to have a fundraising advantage over any of the Democrats.
The winner replaces Republican J.B. Van Hollen, who's stepping down after 8 years in office.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)