State Senate

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

  • First-time candidate and Minocqua family farmer Ed Vocke is running to be a voice for working people in Northern Wisconsin. His priorities include non-partisan redistricting, clean water, and local control. He favors Medicare for All. He is running against the Assistant Majority Leader in the State Assembly, GOP Rep. Mary Felzkowski. Felzkowski opposes Medicaid expansion and is a lifetime NRA Member. Vocke is the progressive choice.

    Eduard Vocke

    First-time candidate and Minocqua family farmer Ed Vocke is running to be a voice for working people in Northern Wisconsin. His priorities include non-partisan redistricting, clean water, and local control. He favors Medicare for All.

    Eduard Vocke

    First-time candidate and Minocqua family farmer Ed Vocke is running to be a voice for working people in Northern Wisconsin. His priorities include non-partisan redistricting, clean water, and local control. He favors Medicare for All.
  • Endorsed By: WI AFL-CIO, WEAC
  • Jonathon Hansen is running to replace the retiring Democratic incumbent, Dave Hansen. He currently serves as a DePere Alderman. Jonathon comes from a blue-collar family and worked at grocery stores and Walmart before he was a teacher. He’ll invest in technical college and job training. He says we need to hold polluters to account, especially when it comes to toxic, cancer-causing chemicals in our water. Hansen will also fight for better, more affordable health care for Wisconsinites including expanding BadgerCare and guaranteeing insurers can’t drop coverage when people get sick. His opponent, Eric Wimberger. Wimberger is an opponent of reproductive choice and favors taxpayer funded private school vouchers. He has been endorsed and partially funded by the NRA in his previous run for the Senate. Jonathon Hansen is the progressive candidate in this race.

    Jonathan Hansen

    Jonathon Hansen is running to replace the retiring Democratic incumbent, Dave Hansen. He currently serves as a DePere Alderman. Jonathon comes from a blue-collar family and worked at grocery stores and Walmart before he was a teacher. He’ll invest in technical college and job training.

    Jonathan Hansen

    Jonathon Hansen is running to replace the retiring Democratic incumbent, Dave Hansen. He currently serves as a DePere Alderman. Jonathon comes from a blue-collar family and worked at grocery stores and Walmart before he was a teacher. He’ll invest in technical college and job training.

State Assembly

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

No Good Choices

Incumbent Republican Jeffrey Mursau is the only candidate in this race. Mursau was one of the prime backers of Wisconsin's permitless concealed carry law. There is no progressive choice in this race.

  • Karl Jaeger's message centers on prioritizing people over big business. For him, that means working to expand Medicaid, cleaning up contaminated waterways, accepting federal Medicaid expansion, repealing Act 10 limits on employee workplace rights, moving towards coal-free energy, and enacting non-partisan redistricting. His opponent, Republican Assemblyman John Nygren is a conservative who has turned in the opposite direction as Jaeger on many of these issues, including taking the side of corporate special interests and not voting for his own bill related to the clean-up of toxic, cancer-causing chemicals in the local water supply. Jaeger is the more progressive choice in this race.

    Karl Jaeger

    Karl Jaeger's message centers on prioritizing people over big business.

    Karl Jaeger

    Karl Jaeger's message centers on prioritizing people over big business.