Rob Hutton has won a three-way Republican primary race Tuesday to vie for the .
Hutton, of Brookfield, a former Waukesha County Board supervisor and businessman, garnered 5,331 votes, or 58 percent, in his first try for a state office.
Hutton will face in the November general election. Pokrandt is an account manager for City Press Inc. who made an unsuccessful bid for the office of mayor of Wauwatosa, his first run for elective office.
Thomas Schellinger, with experience as a Waukesha County Board supervisor and Brookfield city alderman, had 2,961 votes, or 32 percent.
Nate Ristow of Wauwatosa, a 2009 Marquette University law graduate who most recently worked as an assistant legal counsel for Gov. Scott Walker, had polled just 952, or 10 percent, of votes cast. This was Ristow's first bid for any elective office.
The 13th District represents roughly the southern halves of Wauwatosa and Brookfield and all of Elm Grove.