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

No Good Choices

State Senator Van Wanggaard is running for a third term in the state senate, where he has consistently cast anti-choice, anti-public education, anti-environment, anti-middle class and anti-democracy votes. There is no progressive choice in this race.

SD 21 - No Good Choices

State Senator Van Wanggaard is running for a third term in the state senate, where he has consistently cast anti-choice, anti-public education, anti-environment, anti-middle class and anti-democracy votes. There is no progressive choice in this race.

State Assembly

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

  • Candidate for the 61st Assembly District Max Winkels is a former 911 operator, technical college professor, hospital administrator, and a longtime banjo player. Running on the three principles of patriotism, competent government, and promoting the general welfare, Winkels's top three priorities are education, affordable healthcare, and public safety. Winkels also believes in strengthening and supporting public schools in Wisconsin, not tearing them apart with the politics of division, and he supports taking proactive steps to increase the safety of our communities. Also running is Republican candidate Amanda Nedweski, who helps lead local efforts of extremist group Moms for Liberty and who is endorsed by an extreme right wing group that supports Wisconsin's criminal abortion ban, which prohibits abortion even in cases of rape or incest. Winkels is the more progressive choice in this race.

    Max Winkels

    Candidate for the 61st Assembly District Max Winkels is a former 911 operator, technical college professor, hospital administrator, and a longtime banjo player.

    Max Winkels

    Candidate for the 61st Assembly District Max Winkels is a former 911 operator, technical college professor, hospital administrator, and a longtime banjo player.

  • Endorsed By: WI AFL-CIO , Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate
  • Joel Jacobsen is challenging Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos as a write-in candidate to improve access to healthcare, protect the environment, and lower the middle class tax burden. Jacobsen believes in BadgerCare 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 enacting an even more partisan gerrymander after the 2020 census, wasting $1 million in taxpayer funds on a partisan, Big Lie-fueled sham inquiry led by Trump-supporter Michael Gableman, continued attacks on reprodutive freedom and equality for LGBTQ+ folks in Wisconsin, standing in the way of expanding BadgerCare in Wisconsin which would bring in $1 billion federal dollars that would transform Wisconsin's economy, and much more. Also running as a write-in is conservative candidate Adam Steen, who is advocating for decertification of the 2020 presidential election and who lost the Republican primary to Vos. In the 63rd Assembly District race, Jacobsen is the more progressive choice.

    Joel Jacobsen (Write-In)

    Joel Jacobsen is challenging Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos as a write-in candidate to improve access to healthcare, protect the environment, and lower the middle class tax burden.

    Joel Jacobsen (Write-In)

    Joel Jacobsen is challenging Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos as a write-in candidate to improve access to healthcare, protect the environment, and lower the middle class tax burden.

  • State Representative Tip McGuire is running for re-election to represent the 64th Assembly District. In his first two terms, McGuire has helped introduce multiple pieces of important progressive legislation, including the Healthcare Heroes Act, which would provide paid sick leave, hazard pay, and no-cost COVID-19 healthcare coverage for frontline healthcare workers, and the Safer Wisconsin proposal, which would invest $115 million of state surplus resources in a broad array of public safety programs to strengthen communities and reduce crime. McGuire has also worked across the aisle to pass key components of his Main Street Recovery package, which provided relief to small business and working families. McGuire is pro-choice and promises to continue prioritizing support working families and the middle class by building a strong pathway to economic security. His opponent is Republican candidate Ed Hibsch. McGuire is the progressive choice in this race.

    Tip McGuire

    State Representative Tip McGuire is running for re-election to represent the 64th Assembly District.

    Tip McGuire

    State Representative Tip McGuire is running for re-election to represent the 64th Assembly District.

  • Endorsed By: Planned Parenthood, WEAC, WI AFL-CIO, Wisconsin Conservation Voters , Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate, Progressive Turnout Project
  • Tod Ohnstad was elected to represent workers at AMC/Chrysler for the UAW for 25 years and has since been elected to represent the citizens of the 65th District in the State Assembly for the last ten years. His priorities are healthcare, education, and tax fairness. He has sponsored bills on those issues and others, including LGBTQ+ rights, environmental protection, criminal justice, and union rights. His opponent is Republican challenger Frank Petrick. Ohnstad is the progressive choice in this race.

    Tod Ohnstad

    Tod Ohnstad was elected to represent workers at AMC/Chrysler for the UAW for 25 years and has since been elected to represent the citizens of the 65th District in the State Assembly for the last ten years. His priorities are healthcare, education, and tax fairness.

    Tod Ohnstad

    Tod Ohnstad was elected to represent workers at AMC/Chrysler for the UAW for 25 years and has since been elected to represent the citizens of the 65th District in the State Assembly for the last ten years. His priorities are healthcare, education, and tax fairness.