Contributing writer Elizabeth McBride reports that former school administrator and insurance commissioner Ann Haney is mounting an aggressive bid to unseat incumbent U.S. Rep. Bob Kastenmeier. "The issue is Mr. Kastenmeier's record," says Haney. She charges that he has been focusing too much on subcommittee work regarding patent and copyright law while neglecting the needs of his constituents in the 2nd Congressional District. Kastenmeier calls Haney's attacks "snide" and "gratuitious" and suggests Haney's moderate views might be subject to manipulation by conservatives. Kastenmeier wins re-election to a 16th term, but is ousted two years later by former TV anchorman Scott Klug. Diagnosed with breast cancer in 1996, Haney establishes the Breast Cancer Recovery Foundation but dies in 2003. Kastenmeier now lives in Arlington, Va.