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AP News Break: AG hopeful cited in alcohol crash

MADISON, Wis.—Wisconsin attorney general hopeful Ismael Ozanne’s campaign says he was ticketed in an alcohol-related crash in 1986.

 

The revelation comes one day after Republican Brad Schimel’s campaign acknowledged a drunken-driving ticket in 1990. The Ozanne campaign disclosed his ticket in response to inquiries by The Associated Press to other candidates in the race.

 

A campaign statement Thursday said Ozanne, a Democrat, crashed his car in Madison and was ticketed after a Breathalyzer test showed his blood alcohol level at 0.04 percent. That was under Wisconsin’s 0.10 percent limit to drive at the time and he wasn’t cited for drunken driving.