MADISON, Wis. — For four years, people across our country have demonstrated our commitment to standing with and for each other by marching to demand liberty and justice, pulling through this pandemic by pulling together, and rejecting every attempt to divide us based on what we look like, where we come from, or where we live.
This election season, our work has paid off. We saw young people, Black people and people struggling to make ends meet overcome unacceptable barriers to exercise their most basic right as Americans. We saw our non-partisan election officials prepare all year and work all night to ensure that every valid ballot gets counted. This is a triumph of democracy that Wisconsin will celebrate.
At the legislative level, Governor Tony Evers’s veto remains intact. There will not be a supermajority in the State Senate and Democrats have gained seats in the Assembly, showing the strength of progressive values in suburban areas.
Commented A Better Wisconsin Together Executive Director Nicole Safar, “This is a historic election in Wisconsin and we celebrate the triumph of democratic ideals. Wisconsinites have come together to vote for solutions to the pandemic, a deep recession, and persistent racial inequity. No matter who we voted for, we must unify to tackle these crises and deliver a Wisconsin where all of us can thrive. We must continue to hold power to account and build a better future.”
- Murphy’s Law: How Vos Pushes The Big Lie - Bruce Murphy - Jun 1st, 2021
- Hesselbein Votes No to Republican Private Investigators - State Rep. Dianne Hesselbein - May 28th, 2021
- Robin Vos Wasting Taxpayer Resources To Investigate Non-Existent Voter Fraud - Democratic Party of Wisconsin - May 26th, 2021
- Elections Commission to Discuss Suspected Voter Fraud Reports for 2020 and 2021 Elections - Wisconsin Elections Commission - May 24th, 2021
- Murphy’s Law: The Vanishing Courage of Mike Gallagher - Bruce Murphy - May 11th, 2021
- Op Ed: Liz Cheney’s Profile In Courage - Dave Cieslewicz - May 9th, 2021
- Spindell Gets Second Term on Elections Commission - Henry Redman - Apr 30th, 2021
- A Tale of Two Elections - Melanie Conklin - Apr 26th, 2021
- Elections Commission Head Saw No Problems in Green Bay - Megan Hart - Mar 31st, 2021
- ‘Kraken’ Lawsuits Not Based on Facts - Graham Kilmer - Mar 23rd, 2021
Read more about 2020 General Election here