• Democrat Kelda Roys is unopposed. A former Assembly member, she has extensive proposals on a number of issues from Education, Housing, and Healthcare to Disability Rights, Ending Police Brutality, and supporting dairy farms. Roys believes in Badgercare for All, a Green New Deal for Wisconsin, and the legalization of Marijuana, among many other policies. Roys is a progressive choice.

    Kelda Roys

    Democrat Kelda Roys is unopposed. A former Assembly member, she has extensive proposals on a number of issues from Education, Housing, and Healthcare to Disability Rights, Ending Police Brutality, and supporting dairy farms.

    Kelda Roys

    Democrat Kelda Roys is unopposed. A former Assembly member, she has extensive proposals on a number of issues from Education, Housing, and Healthcare to Disability Rights, Ending Police Brutality, and supporting dairy farms.
  • Small business owner Francesca Hong is running on a progressive platform that is built around an intersectional understanding of Madison's challenges and a commitment to addressing systemic economic inequalities. Hong believes addressing racial inequity is an issue not just of police reform but also education and healthcare policy. Hong believes in reversing Act 10, supports universal child care benefits, and increased funding to public schools, especially for special needs programs. She is also proposing a carbon tax to address climate change, nonpartisan redistricting, Medicaid expansion, making BadgerCare accessible to more people, and a $15 minimum wage. Her opponent is Republican candidate Patrick Hull. Hong has a comprehensive progressive platform and is the most progressive choice for District 76

    Francesca Hong

    Small business owner Francesca Hong is running on a progressive platform that is built around an intersectional understanding of Madison's challenges and a commitment to addressing systemic economic inequalities.

    Francesca Hong

    Small business owner Francesca Hong is running on a progressive platform that is built around an intersectional understanding of Madison's challenges and a commitment to addressing systemic economic inequalities.

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    Vote YES to Support Madison Schools!

  • Vote Yes on Question 1. This will provide the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) with $33 million over 4 years to invest in greater equity and close the achievement gap, attract and retain high quality teachers and staff and preserve vital educational programming and improve disparities in access to technology.. Community leaders and organizations have joined to endorse the "Vote Yes 2 Invest" campaign, including Madison Teachers Incorporated, the South Central Federation of Labor, the Building Trades Council of South Central Wisconsin, the Madison Black Chamber of Commerce, the Latino Chamber of Commerce of Dane County, the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce, 100% Renew Madison, and 350 Madison.

    Vote Yes on Question 1. This will provide the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) with $33 million over 4 years to invest in greater equity and close the achievement gap, attract and retain high quality teachers and staff and preserve vital educational programming and improve disparities in access to technology.. Community leaders and organizations have joined to endorse the "Vote Yes 2 Invest" campaign, including Madison Teachers Incorporated, the South Central Federation of Labor, the Building Trades Council of South Central Wisconsin, the Madison Black Chamber of Commerce, the Latino Chamber of Commerce of Dane County, the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce, 100% Renew Madison, and 350 Madison.

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    Vote YES to Build and Improve Madison Schools

  • Vote Yes on Question 2. This referendum would allow Madison Metropolitan School District to issue bonds to raise up to $317 million dollars to improve facilities with modern, safe, flexible, classrooms that support multiple learning styles This would include renovations at all four high schools, remodeling Hoyt School to relocate Capital High, and constructing a new elementary school near RimRock Road. This last element in particular would eliminate the long bus rides that students, mostly from low-income and or immigrant families, in the Moorland-Rimrock neighborhood. Advocates say this would help address equity issues. Community leaders and organizations have joined to endorse the "Vote Yes 2 Invest" campaign, including Madison Teachers Incorporated, the South Central Federation of Labor, the Building Trades Council of South Central Wisconsin, the Madison Black Chamber of Commerce, the Latino Chamber of Commerce of Dane County, the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce, 100% Renew Madison, and 350 Madison.

    Vote Yes on Question 2. This referendum would allow Madison Metropolitan School District to issue bonds to raise up to $317 million dollars to improve facilities with modern, safe, flexible, classrooms that support multiple learning styles This would include renovations at all four high schools, remodeling Hoyt School to relocate Capital High, and constructing a new elementary school near RimRock Road. This last element in particular would eliminate the long bus rides that students, mostly from low-income and or immigrant families, in the Moorland-Rimrock neighborhood. Advocates say this would help address equity issues. Community leaders and organizations have joined to endorse the "Vote Yes 2 Invest" campaign, including Madison Teachers Incorporated, the South Central Federation of Labor, the Building Trades Council of South Central Wisconsin, the Madison Black Chamber of Commerce, the Latino Chamber of Commerce of Dane County, the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce, 100% Renew Madison, and 350 Madison.