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Pocan used his membership to investigate the organization's agenda and sponsors and wrote a series of articles on his experiences with ALEC for the Madison-based magazine The Progressive.
On the September 29, 2012 edition of Moyers and Company, Pocan said "ALEC is a corporate dating service for lonely legislators and corporate special interests that eventually the relationship culminates with some special interest legislation and hopefully that lives happily ever after as the ALEC model.
Pocan ran to succeed her in the state legislature and won a three-way Democratic primary with 54% of the vote.
Unfortunately what’s excluded from that equation is the public." During his time as a state legislator, Pocan earned a reputation for moving the Wisconsin political debate to the left.
One of the most outspoken progressive members of the state assembly, Pocan focused on difficult issues including corrections reform, the state budget, education funding, and fighting privatization schemes.
Pocan was succeeded in the Assembly by Democrat Brett Hulsey, who had previously represented the 77th District.
(As in the 2010 race, the only serious challenge to the Democratic candidate was a Green candidate, Jonathan Dedering; the Republicans did not even field a candidate.) and Midwest Progressive Elected Officials Network.