Paine Trying To Build on Strong Mayoral Primary Results

The two candidates for mayor of Superior took part in a debate Thursday night

SUPERIOR, Wisc. – Jim Paine says he feels he’s feeling good as Election Day approaches. The candidate for mayor of Superior had a strong performance in last month’s primary, receiving nearly 600 more votes than his opponent Brent Fennessey.

According to Paine, eight labor organization and more than two dozen current and former elected officials have come forward to endorse him.

In conversations he’s had with residents in the community, Paine says people still believe in the opportunities Superior has to offer.

“We believe this is a fantastic city, a unique city in the United States,” Paine told Fox 21. “We can build on the things that make us unique and make us a jewel in the upper Midwest.”

Fennessey and Paine took part in a debate Thursday night at the Superior Public Library.

Election Day is Tuesday, April 4th.

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