🚨 POLL: Should more Republicans run for office?

Don't miss out!
Invalid email address
By submitting, you agree to our Privacy Policy & Terms.

🚨 POLL: Should more Republicans run for office? 👇

By voting, you agree to our Privacy Policy

Republican Tom Tiffany won the special election in Wisconsin’s 7th District on May 11, according to the Hill.

Tiffany is now filling the vacancy left by former Rep. Sean Duffy.

“Tom Tiffany (@TomTiffanyWI) is a Great Advocate for the incredible people of Wisconsin (WI07). We need Tom in Congress to help us Make America Great Again!” Trump tweeted Monday.

The former state Senator defeated Democrat Tricia Zunker for the position.

Duffy resigned in September in anticipation of the birth of a child who was expected to have health complications.

Tiffany will serve for the rest of Fuffy’s term and will have to compete again in November if he is seeking a full term of his own.

More from The Hill:

The election took place about a month after Wisconsin held primaries following a legal wrangling between Gov. Tony Evers (D) and Republican leaders of the state legislature over whether to postpone the elections due to the coronavirus.

Evers had sought to delay the elections but was prevented by the courts from doing so

— Advertisement —

The Wisconsin special election was one of two House races on Tuesday, with California also holding a contest to fill former Rep. Katie Hill’s (D) seat.