The election could have monumental ramifications in the state.
Gallagher to head newly-created China committee; Pocan remains on powerful budget committee
LITTLE COMPETITION AND NOT MUCH CHOICE: In nearly 90 races for WI state legislature in 2022, only one incumbent lost.
Experts say that’s an indication of extreme gerrymandering in Wisconsin. The April election could change things.
Resignations by the Republican-appointed board members come after Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ re-election.
Western Dane County’s new state representative will continue serving on county board, but “not indefinitely”
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.
Republican Reps. Fitzgerald, Grothman and Tiffany vote no.
The state could get fair maps, or it could be stuck with perhaps the worst gerrymandering in the country for the rest of the decade.
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