State Assembly

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

  • Mental health professional and business owner Emily Berge is running to help create an economy that works for everyone, not just big corporations. She believes in investing in her community through accessible healthcare, reliable internet, and quality education. She also believes in non-partisan redistricting and conservation efforts. Her opponent, Jesse James, is a private school vouchers proponent who opposed the Safer at Home order, and was one of the signatories of a letter pressuring school superintendents to reopen their local schools. Berge is the more progressive choice.

    Emily Berge

    Mental health professional and business owner Emily Berge is running to help create an economy that works for everyone, not just big corporations. She believes in investing in her community through accessible healthcare, reliable internet, and quality education.

    Emily Berge

    Mental health professional and business owner Emily Berge is running to help create an economy that works for everyone, not just big corporations. She believes in investing in her community through accessible healthcare, reliable internet, and quality education.

  • Representative Jodi Emerson feels compelled by challenges in education, healthcare, and a lack of well-paid jobs. After being diagnosed with a chronic health condition, she saw firsthand the importance of affordable and accessible healthcare for all. She is also an advocate for social justice, more education funding, and protecting natural resources. She authored a bill to phase out Wisconsin's voucher program and has called for additional COVID-19 relief. Her opponent, Republican Charlie Walker, is in favor of taxpayer funded private school vouchers and a believer in deregulation. Emerson is the more progressive choice.

    Jodi Emerson

    Representative Jodi Emerson feels compelled by challenges in education, healthcare, and a lack of well-paid jobs. After being diagnosed with a chronic health condition, she saw firsthand the importance of affordable and accessible healthcare for all.

    Jodi Emerson

    Representative Jodi Emerson feels compelled by challenges in education, healthcare, and a lack of well-paid jobs. After being diagnosed with a chronic health condition, she saw firsthand the importance of affordable and accessible healthcare for all.

  • Realtor Charlene "Charlie" Warner believes in non-partisan redistricting, changing the school funding formula, and supporting family farms over corporate ones. Her campaign also emphasizes protecting natural resources, high speed broadband internet, and returning local control. Her opponent, Assemblyman Warren Petryk, has been endorsed over the years by the NRA, anti-abortion Wisconsin Right to Life, and the Wisconsin Tavern League, among others. Warner is the more progressive choice.

    Charlene Warner

    Realtor Charlene "Charlie" Warner believes in non-partisan redistricting, changing the school funding formula, and supporting family farms over corporate ones. Her campaign also emphasizes protecting natural resources, high speed broadband internet, and returning local control.

    Charlene Warner

    Realtor Charlene "Charlie" Warner believes in non-partisan redistricting, changing the school funding formula, and supporting family farms over corporate ones. Her campaign also emphasizes protecting natural resources, high speed broadband internet, and returning local control.