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The winner of a Republican primary in a state Assembly race has been banned from county GOP headquarters because of a criminal conviction, and a candidate he defeated is considering a write-in campaign.
For now, Republican Peter A. Schmidt of Bonduel and Democrat William J. Switalla of Wittenberg are the candidates whose names will be on the ballot Nov. 8 in Wisconsin Assembly District 6.
But the Republican Party of Shawano County has withdrawn its support of Schmidt and might support one of the runners-up from the Aug. 9 primary.
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A self-described “strong conservative and Christian” Republican candidate for Wisconsin’s state assembly is speaking out after he says he was blackmailed by someone who had video of him performing oral sex on another man.
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Peter Schmidt won the Republican primary for Wisconsin’s Assembly District 6 by 63 votes earlier this month. But just after the primaries were held, news about a criminal complaint he filed with the Shawano County Sheriff’s Department in 2019 broke.
According to the report, an employee of Schmidt’s family farm—Schmidt Ponderosa Farm—told Schmidt that he had a video of the Republican performing oral sex on a man and that he would send the video to Schmidt’s family if he didn’t get $50,000. Schmidt negotiated with the alleged blackmailer and got the price down to $5,000.