Democrat Mike Bare is the first new face to represent the 80th Assembly District — which includes Middleton, Verona, Oregon and Mount Horeb — in 20 years.
Billionaires and millionaires, most supporting Democrats, continue to dump huge sums into Wisconsin politics through a loophole left open by state Republicans.
Democrat Dianne Hesselbein will be the first woman to represent the 27th State Senate district, which includes Middleton, Waunakee, Mount Horeb and New Glarus.
STILL PURPLE: Dem Evers wins most votes of all statewide Wisconsin races; Repub Johnson 2nd, Barnes 3rd, Michels near bottom
Statewide incumbents hold on, regardless of party
Wisconsin Gov. Evers way ahead of Republican challenger Michels in direct donations, but losing in outside spending
The Wisconsin governor has raised nearly $42 million to Michels’ mostly self-funded $25 million. But independent groups have spent more than $12 million trying to get the Republican elected, compared to about $4 million for the Democrat.
Independent groups allied with Johnson have spent a total of $76 million supporting him and attacking Barnes, compared to $49 million spent by groups allied with the Wisconsin Democrat.
Republican Quinn outraising Democrat Westlund in NW Wisconsin Senate seat vital to control of state government
Includes lists of top donors to both candidates
A list of all donors who have given the maximum to Rep. Bryan Steil, Republican candidate for Congress in southeastern Wisconsin
The Republican is dominating fundraising with big support from big business in the race to retain his U.S. House seat.
A list of donors who gave the maximum to Derrick Van Orden, GOP candidate for Congress in western Wisconsin
Notable donors include Diane Hendricks of ABC Supply Co., John Menard, the Uihleins of ULINE, casino magnate Steve Wynn and Chicago Bears minority owner Pat Ryan.
A list of top donors to state Sen. Brad Pfaff, Democratic candidate for Congress in western Wisconsin
Notable donors include Judith Faulkner of Epic, Kevin Conroy of Exact Sciences, Herb Kohl, and the man he hopes to replace, the retiring U.S. Rep. Ron Kind.