Former Real World Star Becomes a Congressman
Former Real World: Boston star Sean Duffy is headed for another house full of strangers: the U.S. Congress!
Duffy, now 39, won an open seat in Wisconsin's 7th Congressional district. In Tuesday's election, the Republican Duffy easily defeated his opponent, state Senator Julie Lassa; the duo were battling to replace the outgoing Rep. David Obey, a Democrat who held the spot for 41 years.
"What a great night in Wisconsin," Duffy cried at a victory party in Wausau, Wisc. early Wednesday after his victory was announced, according to the Associated Press.
Duffy's chief platform during the expensive campaign: cutting the national deficit.
He became a reality star in 1997 on the sixth season of MTV's Real World, set in the Massachusetts city. He is married to Rachel Campos, from Real World: San Francisco. The couple have six kids together.
Duffy appeared on the 2002 version of Real World/Road Rules Challenge, and was recently the district attorney for Wisconsin's Ashland County.