Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below State Senate races on your ballot.

  • Aaron Wojciechowski is an educator and local elected official whose priorities are supporting small businesses, quality public education, creating a public-option for healthcare coverage, and investing in infrastructure. He also favors criminal justice reform and marijuana legalization. If elected, he would be the first Latinx person elected to the Wisconsin State Senate. His opponent, incumbent Dan Feyen is anti-choice and against common sense gun violence prevention. Wojciechowski is the progressive choice.

    Aaron Wojciechowski

    Aaron Wojciechowski is an educator and local elected official whose priorities are supporting small businesses, quality public education, creating a public-option for healthcare coverage, and investing in infrastructure. He also favors criminal justice reform and marijuana legalization.

    Aaron Wojciechowski

    Aaron Wojciechowski is an educator and local elected official whose priorities are supporting small businesses, quality public education, creating a public-option for healthcare coverage, and investing in infrastructure. He also favors criminal justice reform and marijuana legalization.

State Assembly

Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below State Assembly races on your ballot.

No Good Choices

Assemblyman Michael Schraa is not facing a Democratic opponent. Schraa favored the Foxconn deal, is against nonpartisan redistricting, and voted to repeal critical environmental regulations on mining. There is no progressive candidate in this race.

  • Democratic Leader Gordon Hintz is up for his eighth term in the Assembly. He has been a leader in pushing back on Robin Vos and Scott Walker throughout his years in office. Hintz has been outpsoken in seeking to crack down on the predatory payday lending industry and reducing student loan debt. Elected Assembly Democratic leader by his colleagues in 2017, he's continued to advance progressive policy like expanding access to affordable health care, investing in public education, addressing climate change, ending partisan gerrymandering of state legislative districts, and protecting worker rights. Republican Donnie Herman is Hintz's opponent. Hintz is the progressive choice in this race.

    Gordon Hintz

    Democratic Leader Gordon Hintz is up for his eighth term in the Assembly. He has been a leader in pushing back on Robin Vos and Scott Walker throughout his years in office. Hintz has been outpsoken in seeking to crack down on the predatory payday lending industry and reducing student loan debt.

    Gordon Hintz

    Democratic Leader Gordon Hintz is up for his eighth term in the Assembly. He has been a leader in pushing back on Robin Vos and Scott Walker throughout his years in office. Hintz has been outpsoken in seeking to crack down on the predatory payday lending industry and reducing student loan debt.

  • Diana Lawrence is running for Assembly to create a more open and transparent government. She favors a more open process to draw legislative district lines and eliminating laws that make it more difficult for eligible citizens to vote. Conservation and climate change are also top priorities for Lawrence. She believes in moving away from coal-fired power plants, investing in wind energy, and maintaining environmental standards. Lawrence is opposed to private school vouchers, in favor of marijuana legalization, and in favor of fully funding public schools. She believes in prison reform and opposes corporate giveaways like the Foxconn deal. Assemblyman Dave Murphy has been a rubber stamp for Republican leadership and has voted against conservationism, including eliminating long-standing mining regulations. Lawrence is the more progressive choice.

    Diana Lawrence

    Diana Lawrence is running for Assembly to create a more open and transparent government. She favors a more open process to draw legislative district lines and eliminating laws that make it more difficult for eligible citizens to vote.

    Diana Lawrence

    Diana Lawrence is running for Assembly to create a more open and transparent government. She favors a more open process to draw legislative district lines and eliminating laws that make it more difficult for eligible citizens to vote.

  • Endorsed By: WEAC, WI AFL-CIO