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Pocan, Theron focus on economy
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MONROE - Candidates in the race for Wisconsin's 2nd Congressional District seat are focusing their campaigns on the economy ahead of the Nov. 4 general election. Incumbent Mark Pocan, D-Madison, said his background as a small business owner for the past 25 years makes him the best choice to tackle tough economic issues facing the state. Pocan, who will face Republican challenger Peter Theron, is finishing his first term in the House after taking Tammy Baldwin's seat when she left for the U.S. Senate in November 2012.