Know your candidate: Terry Larson, Constitution Party, running for attorney general

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(WLUK) -- Terry Larson is one of three candidates on the ballot for Wisconsin attorney general.

Larson currently lives in Juneau in Dodge County. According to his website, the Minnesota native has experience in technical writing and publishing as well as farming.

Larson says he became involved in politics following the 2015 U.S. Supreme Court decision which legalized same-sex marriage. In 2017, Larson wrote a book titled "The Christian Response to Homosexual Marriage," and subtitled "How Progressives are Ending America."


Larson's website lists four concepts he says he will end: the enforcement of Supreme Court opinions as law upon the citizens of Wisconsin; the destruction or removal of Civil War memorials and monuments including those for the Confederacy; the creation of sanctuary areas for illegal aliens; and infringements upon the freedom of speech and religion, or the right to bear arms which the citizens of Wisconsin have under both our federal and state constitutions.

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