• A native of Plymouth, Wisconsin, former public school educator, husband, father of three and grandfather of nine, Tony Evers is running for re-election as Wisconsin Governor. During his first term, Gov. Evers cut income taxes by 15% for middle class families, led the investment of nearly $1 billion to support Wisconsin's small businesses, farms and workers, and stood with Wisconsinites by stopping numerous extreme policies designed to divide people from becoming law. Based on his belief that what's best for our kids is what's best for our state, Gov. Evers has provided strong and steady leadership for Wisconsinites and continued to reach across the aisle to find solutions to the issues most important to Wisconsinites, like addressing rising costs and making sure Wisconsin's public schools have the resources they need to provide a high-quality education to our kids. Throughout his first term, Gov. Evers has prioritized equality and inclusion and taken steps to show all Wisconsinites they are welcome in our state, including being the first Wisconsin governor to raise the LGBT pride flag over the State Capitol. Gov. Evers believes Wisconsin women should be able to make their own reproductive decisions, which is why he called a special session to overturn Wisconsin's 1849 abortion ban. His opponent is Republican Tim Michels, who is endorsed by an extreme right wing group that supports Wisconsin's criminal abortion ban, prohibiting abortion even in cases of rape or incest. Evers is the progressive choice in this race.

    Tony Evers

    A native of Plymouth, Wisconsin, former public school educator, husband, father of three and grandfather of nine, Tony Evers is running for re-election as Wisconsin Governor. During his first term, Gov.

    Tony Evers

    A native of Plymouth, Wisconsin, former public school educator, husband, father of three and grandfather of nine, Tony Evers is running for re-election as Wisconsin Governor. During his first term, Gov.

State Assembly

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

No Good Choices

Incumbent Alex Dallman has cast consistently anti-healthcare, anti-choice, anti-public education, anti-worker, and anti-middle class votes. There is no progressive choice in this race.

AD 41 - No Good Choices

Incumbent Alex Dallman has cast consistently anti-healthcare, anti-choice, anti-public education, anti-worker, and anti-middle class votes. There is no progressive choice in this race.
  • Central Wisconsin native Criste Greening is running for the 72nd Assembly District after earning her teaching degree in special education and working as an educator for over twenty years. A long time community advocate who has fought for workers' rights, a fair democracy and a clean environment, Greening knows how important it is that our State Representative actually listen to the people and reflect their interests and concerns. Greening lists a comprehensive platform of progressive views, including fighting for clean water, raising the minimum wage, supporting common-sense gun safety legislation, and ensuring Wisconsin's public schools have the resources they need to teach our kids. Greening is also a supporter of reproductive rights, including contraception and abortion, though she supports banning abortion after 20 weeks. Greening is challenging Republican incumbent Scott Krug, who has consistently cast anti-choice, anti-public education, anti-environment, and anti-democracy votes. Greening is the progressive choice in this race.

    Criste Greening

    Central Wisconsin native Criste Greening is running for the 72nd Assembly District after earning her teaching degree in special education and working as an educator for over twenty years.

    Criste Greening

    Central Wisconsin native Criste Greening is running for the 72nd Assembly District after earning her teaching degree in special education and working as an educator for over twenty years.

  • Endorsed By: Citizen Action Wisconsin, WI AFL-CIO, Wisconsin Conservation Voters , National Association of Social Workers