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State Sen. Kathleen Vinehout will not run for governor in 2014.
She is expected to make her formal announcement Friday, according to a story at jsonline.com.
Vinehout, a Democrat from Alma, was injured in a car accident last month on I-94 during a snow storm and needed surgery to fully correct her broken arm.
Without another Democrat in the race, Mary Burke – a former Trek executive from the Madison area – will not face a primary to determine who will go up against Gov. Scott Walker’s re-election run.