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Assembly to vote Tuesday on amendment that would eliminate treasurer position
MADISON - The races for Wisconsin secretary of state and state treasurer, which have been stripped of most of their power in recent years, have gathered widespread interest despite renewed efforts by lawmakers who want to eliminate the positions entirely. The Assembly is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a constitutional amendment that could make Wisconsin one of five states that don't have a treasurer. But that hasn't stopped candidates from voicing their ideas about what they would do with the virtually powerless office if elected.

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