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

  • Entrepreneur Adam Murphy describes himself as moderate and practical. He favors non-partisan redistricting and separating insurance from employment while making health care a basic American right. He strives to be anti-racist and supports labor unions and collective bargaining. Murphy is running against former GOP Chairman Julian Bradley. Bradley is strongly anti-choice, supports strict voter ID, opposes common sense gun reforms, and believes that the state needs to roll back public health measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. Adam Murphy is the progressive choice in this race.

    Adam Murphy

    Entrepreneur Adam Murphy describes himself as moderate and practical. He favors non-partisan redistricting and separating insurance from employment while making health care a basic American right. He strives to be anti-racist and supports labor unions and collective bargaining.

    Adam Murphy

    Entrepreneur Adam Murphy describes himself as moderate and practical. He favors non-partisan redistricting and separating insurance from employment while making health care a basic American right. He strives to be anti-racist and supports labor unions and collective bargaining.
  • Endorsed By: WI AFL-CIO

State Assembly

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

  • Lifelong District 62 resident August Schutz believes in investing in education, infrastructure, and creating high-paying jobs in Wisconsin. He believes that the gas tax should be tied to inflation to fund safe roads and bridges. Schutz is also in favor of fair maps, legalizing marijuana, and taking action on climate change. His opponent, Assemblyman Robert Wittke, is opposed to Medicaid expansion, wants lower taxes for the wealthy and corporations and fewer regulations, opposes common-sense gun safety measures, and is anti-choice. Schutz is the more progressive choice in this race.

    August Schutz

    Lifelong District 62 resident August Schutz believes in investing in education, infrastructure, and creating high-paying jobs in Wisconsin. He believes that the gas tax should be tied to inflation to fund safe roads and bridges.

    August Schutz

    Lifelong District 62 resident August Schutz believes in investing in education, infrastructure, and creating high-paying jobs in Wisconsin. He believes that the gas tax should be tied to inflation to fund safe roads and bridges.

  • Endorsed By: WEAC, WI AFL-CIO
  • Joel Jacobsen is challenging Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos for the second time to improve access to healthcare, protect the environment, and lower the middle class tax burden. Jacobsen believes in Medicaid expansion, fully funding public schools, investing in technical colleges, and investing in renewable energy. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has been largely responsible for creating partisan gridlock in Madison. He is responsible for the laws passed in the 2018 lame duck session, the weakening of what once were landmark environmental protection regulations, the failure of the Assembly to respond adequately to the COVID-19 crisis and the resulting economic crisis, and much more. Jacobsen is the more progressive choice.

    Joel Jacobsen

    Joel Jacobsen is challenging Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos for the second time to improve access to healthcare, protect the environment, and lower the middle class tax burden.

    Joel Jacobsen

    Joel Jacobsen is challenging Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos for the second time to improve access to healthcare, protect the environment, and lower the middle class tax burden.

No Good Choices

Democratic candidate Alan DeYoung describes himself as a moderate, fiscally conservative, pro-business Democrat. Incumbent Chuck Wichgers is a right wing, anti-reproductive health care extremist who helped a group that advocates for the death penalty for women who have had an abortion hold a meeting in the State Capitol. Wichgers is also outspoken in his opposition to requiring vaccines for childhood diseases like mumps and measles. While DeYoung would likely be less regressive than Wichgers, there is no genuinely progressive option in this race.