Mon. Alberta Darling, long-serving Wisconsin Republican, to retire

State Sen.  Alberta Darlingin, R-River Hills, announced that she will retire December 1.

State Sen. Alberta Darling, R-River Hills, who helped oversee budgets and pushed to bring school choice to Wisconsin, announced Wednesday that she’ll end her 32-year political career and retire Dec. 1.

In a letter to Senate President Chris Kapenga, Darling said it “has been my honor and privilege to represent the great people of Wisconsin. I am especially fortunate to have been surrounded by a supporting family and staff. I thank them for their patience and dedication to the state of Wisconsin.

“Serving requires many sacrifices and I look forward to giving my family and friends my full attention,” Darling said.

First elected to the state Assembly in 1990, Darling has served in the state Senate since 1992 and authored more than 200 bills that became laws.

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