.
Change Begins With You!

Candidates

This is not an endorsement it is presented for information purpose only. So, you can make an informed decision. This may not be a complete list of all Democratic-leaning candidates. Please take some time and do your research this election is too important.
The Next Election is in

Tony Evers for Governor: We must invest in our schools, grow the economy and rebuild the middle class. Since Scott Walker became governor, we haven’t been investing enough in our kids. We haven’t been investing in our future. I’ve watched voters in over half the school districts in Wisconsin vote to raise their own taxes because our governor and state Legislature have failed to provide for our public schools.
We can do better. More Info
Matt Flynn for Governor: I will not let Walker and the Republican donor cartel destroy Wisconsin’s progressive traditions. It’s time to move Wisconsin forward again by restoring fair wages and prosperity in every county. It’s time to restore clean water, rebuild our roads, ensure everyone has health coverage, and fully fund public education. Above all, it’s time to restore clean, open and honest government to Wisconsin. More Info
Mike McCabe for governor: The political system is failing us and needs to be shaken up and transformed so our government works for all of us and not just a privileged fewThe political system is failing us and needs to be shaken up and transformed so our government works for all of us and not just a privileged few More Info
Mahlon Mitchell for governor: currently serves as President of the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin, the youngest and first African American to serve in the post. Born in Milwaukee, grew up in Delavan, and now lives with his wife, April and two children, Sie’anna and Karson in Fitchburg. Mahlon has served as a firefighter in Madison for twenty years and when the fight over collective bargaining and Scott Walker's Act 10 law began in 2011, he led the fire fighters in a monumental stand of solidarity. More Info
Sen. Kathleen Vinehout, Democrat for Governor:I am running for Governor to turn the state's priorities upside down, to put people first, at the center of state policy and the top priority when it comes to spending the state's dollars. My vision is very different from where the state is today. More Info 

Josh Pade for governor: Partisanship is replacing political discourse in America—but it doesn’t have to be that way here. For more than a century, Wisconsinites have pioneered progressive, bipartisan movements that didn’t just change our state, they changed our nation. We refuse to be ranked 50th, because we can do what no other state can.  More Info 

Kelda Roys for Governor:  Kelda is a 39-year old small business owner, former state representative, attorney, and candidate for governor of Wisconsin. She is a dynamic community leader, skilled policymaker and lifelong advocate for women and children. Currently, she is the CEO & Founder of OpenHomes, a real estate startup that has grown to serve residents in 41 Wisconsin counties More Info

Paul Soglin Only one democratic candidate for Governor has got what it takes to lift up Wisconsin, bring down Scott Walker, and stand up to Donald Trump: Madison Mayor Paul Soglin. Paul Soglin is the longest serving - and most effective - mayor in Madison’s history. He has been Madison's Mayor for more than 20 years, spanning four decades. Mayor Soglin has always been that rare elected leader unafraid to do what’s right. More Info

Brian Ewert For Congress. Brian has served his community for 25 years as a doctor in Marshfield Healthcare: Universal healthcare is a right Government Reform: To serve all Americans we must work towards bipartisan solutions. We live in communities, not political parties. Taxes: Tax reform should be based on fairness and strengthening our communities Roads & Bridges: Wisconsin's roads and bridges are aging and need repair. Local business are hurt when we fail to invest in these community resources. Broadband: Without broadband access, the people of the 7th district are cut off from the larger economy. Everyone in Northern Wisconsin needs access. {He is running to replace Sean Duffy}

State Senator Janet Bewley Why I am running for re-election to the Wisconsin State Senate Four years ago, I was humbled and honored to be elected to serve as the Senator for Wisconsin's 25th Senate District. I have worked hard to make good use of the confidence and trust the voters placed in me. Like most of you, I am looking forward to all the joys that summer in Northern Wisconsin brings. But November will be here sooner than we think and I will be spending most of my time in the next few months reaching out to you to talk about how to make life better for all the people who live in our part of this great state. My priorities have not changed - we need to continue fighting to Create dependable family-sustaining jobs - Protect the integrity of local governance and control - Provide our children with a quality education that is funded fairly - Be sensible stewards of our natural resources and preserve our rich outdoor sporting heritage - Invest in the infrastructure to foster strong, thriving hometown

U.S Senator Tammy Baldwin: In 1998, Wisconsin’s 2nd Congressional District shattered the state’s glass ceiling and elected Tammy as the state’s first female member of Congress and the nation’s first openly gay challenger sent to Congress. She served seven terms in the House of Representatives, serving on the Budget Committee, the Judiciary Committee, and the Energy and Commerce Committee.  

Shortly after Tammy was first elected to Congress, she voted against letting Wall Street and the big banks write their own rules — one of only a handful of members of Congress who voted no on repealing the Glass-Steagall Act.  

As a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Tammy was a champion of middle class economic security. She helped craft the landmark Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, leading the effort to include the provision that now allows young people to remain on their parents’ insurance plans up to age 26. She was the lead sponsor of the Buffett Rule to ensure tax fairness, fought for student loan reforms to make higher education accessible and affordable and developed a strong record of fighting against unfair trade deals that have shipped American jobs overseas.

Margaret Engebreston for Congress: For twenty-four years I served our nation as a member of the United States military. I love this country and I’m concerned for its future. As your representative, I’ll work to regain your trust that elected officials can, and will, do the right thing – even when no one is looking. The bottom line is this – we enter into a contract with our elected officials in which they take an oath to “support and defend the Constitution” and to “faithfully discharge the duties” of their office. As your representative, I pledge to have your back and to adhere to my oath of office to the best of my ability.

State Representative Nick Milroy As a legislator, Nick is well positioned to utilize his natural resource expertise and life experience as a member of the Committees on Natural Resources & Sporting Heritage, Veterans & Military Affairs, Rural Development & Mining, and Environment & Forestry in the Wisconsin State Assembly. Nick also serves on the Governor's Council on Forestry, the Sporting Heritage Council, and the Military & State Relations Council. Most recently, Nick was named Co-Chair of the Wisconsin Sportsmen's Caucus, a branch of the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation.
If you would like to help any of the above candidates please drop us an email for contact info click here.

If you are a democratic leaning candidate and would like to be listed please click here.