Seanfaced the public with somewhat mixed sentiments as he said farewell to his District Attorney's position today. Though Sean Duffy will still be playing the role of the DA for as long as it takes the government to find a suitable replacement, his position there has been clarified. Sean Duffy has left the DA's office to put all his attention to his next mission of becoming a congressman.
You might be seeing Sean Duffy in his office for the next few weeks as it is estimated that it will take that amount of time for the new DA to be announced and made effective. Sean Duffy told the press that he will miss working as the DA for Ashland in Wisconsin.
Sean Duffy stated that he would miss helping victimized families catch the culprits and bring them to justice. Sean Duffy is looking to campaign for a position in the congress and right now has three main opponents in the race ahead of him. Joe Reasbeck and Julie Lassa are going to be facing him from the Democratic front while Dan Mielke is going to be his Republican opponent.