Paul Bucher complained that "elections can be bought" and his loss to J.B. Van Hollen -- who put $700,000 of his own money into the GOP AG primary -- "tells me elections are for sale."
"How can you compete with that? It's pretty clear he was down in the polls and decided to put in the money. ... I'm not going to mortgage my life for this job," Bucher said, taking a swipe at Van Hollen, who got half of the money from a second mortgage on his home.
1. Good to see they are not going to play well together for the general election.
2. Will Bucher join the Democratic Party of Wisconsin in calling for publicly funded election, now?