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Bon Iver’s Manager Kyle Frenette is Running for Congress, Shares Campaign Ad Featuring “Wisconsin”

Running for Wisconsin's 7th District

Feb 22, 2018 Kyle Frenette
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Bon Iver‘s manager Kyle Frenette recently announced he was getting into politics and running for Congress. He’s vying for Wisconsin’s 7th District, against Republican incumbent Sean Duffy, who’s a supporter of President Donald Trump. Now Frenette has shared a campaign video officially announcing his campaign. It’s more artful than the usual campaign video, with Frenette leaving a voicemail message for someone (the voter I guess) about why he’s running and how Wisconsin and America as a whole needs help, overtop of images of him in the snowy countryside, having dinner with his family, watching an intimate concert, and other activities. Fittingly, Bon Iver’s “Wisconsin” soundtracks the video. Watch it below.

The 2018 midterm elections are incredibly important, so if you’re based in Wisconsin then check out what Frenette has to say and stand for over at his website, where you can also donate to his campaign.

(Via Stereogum)



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I didn’t get into this race because I desired to be a baby-kisser however because I desired to be a representative. I desired to symbolize the human beings inside the 7th district; to offer back to this first-rate region that’s given me a lot,” Frenette wrote. “lamentably, it isn’t my time. it is with a heavy heart I must withdraw my candidacy for Congress

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