Kind, Toft discuss Kavanaugh Confirmation Process

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La Crosse, WI (WXOW) –  A conversation about the Kavanaugh confirmation process following a forum at the UW-La Crosse focusing on public health.

A number of lawmakers attended, including Congressman Ron Kind and his opponent, republican Steve Toft from Osseo.

Along with health issues, we asked each about the possible effect of the Kavanaugh confirmation process could have on future Supreme Court nominees.

Toft served 32 years in the Army running a healthcare system in military zones.  He’s a UW-Eau Claire graduate.  He’s living in Osseo on his farm.

Kind has served Wisconsin’s Third District since 1997.  After graduating from the University of Minnesota Law School, he worked in the La Crosse County District Atorney’s Office before running for the Third District.  The election is November 6.

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