An end to Schluter’s streak

If Democrat Valerie Huttle wins election to the State Assembly next month, she will become the first legislator in 38 years to win a first term in the lower house after previously running for the State Senate. The last time it happened was in 1967, when Republican William Schluter won an Assembly seat two years after losing a Senate race to the incumbent, Sido Ridolfi. Huttle ran a strong campaign against GOP Senator Louis Kosco in 1997.

An end to Schluter’s streak