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State Rep. Suder officially resigned Tuesday


Madison (WAOW) - State Rep. Scott Suder has submitted his resignation letter.

His resignation as the Assembly Majority leader and representative from the 69th Assembly District will be effective at 5 p.m. Tuesday, according to the letter.

"My 14 years in the State Assembly have been a wonderful learning experience and gave the opportunity to enact positive, meaningful reforms for our great state," Suder said in the letter submitted to Assembly Speaker Robin Vos.

Suder (R-Abbotsford) is stepping down to take a job with Gov. Scott Walker's administration.

Three candidates so far have announced plans to run for Suder's seat: Dorchester Village Trustee Debra Koncel, Stratford businessman Bob Kulp, and former Marshfield alderman Scott Noble. All three are Republicans.

The winner will serve until the end of 2014 when Suder's term expires.

A special election has not been ordered yet to replace Suder.

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