Citizen Action of Wisconsin
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Citizen Action of Wisconsin announces endorsements in state legislative primaries

Citizen Action endorsed in legislative races with contested primaries where a progressive champion is on the ballot and sought our endorsement.

By - Jul 29th, 2016 07:55 am

Statewide – Citizen Action of Wisconsin is proud to announce its state legislative candidate endorsements for the primary election on Tuesday, August 9th. Citizen Action is a statewide grassroots organization with over 38,000 members who live in all 99 of Wisconsin’s State Assembly Districts.

The endorsed candidates were screened based on record and support for core progressive values. Key areas include dramatically improving economic opportunity for all, guaranteed access to affordable healthcare, and expanding the right to vote.

Once elected, these progressive leaders will play a major role in putting Wisconsin on a course to achieve the full promise of American life.

Citizen Action endorsed in legislative races with contested primaries where a progressive champion is on the ballot and sought our endorsement.

Citizen Action of Wisconsin primary endorsements include:

Senate District 4
Mandela Barnes

Senate District 6
LaTonya Johnson

Assembly District 8
JoCasta Zamarripa

Assembly District 11
Darrol Gibson

Assembly District 16
Edgar Lin

Assembly District 17
David Crowley

Assembly District 20
Christine Sinicki

Assembly District 78
Lisa Subeck

Assembly District 80
Sondy Pope

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