Wisconsin Conservation Voters
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Wisconsin Conservation Voters endorses its second wave of candidates


By - Jul 16th, 2020 01:04 pm

MADISON – Wisconsin Conservation Voters is proud to announce its second wave of endorsements for candidates running for office in the Wisconsin State Legislature.

“Our endorsed candidates share our values: clean water, clean air, accessible public lands, an equitable, safe democracy, and the pursuit of clean energy,” said Executive Director Kerry Schumann. “We’re proud to endorse this most recent slate of candidates who will fight for a brighter, cleaner, more equitable Wisconsin.”

The Wisconsin Conservation Voters Board vets candidates through a questionnaire, a personal interview, and research on each prospective candidate and their campaigns.

Some of the candidates will face a primary challenge on Aug. 11 ahead of the General and Presidential Election on Nov. 3. Those candidates facing a primary are denoted by an asterisk below.

Wisconsin Conservation Voters endorses the following candidates: 

Kim Delorit Jensen for Assembly District 1
Rep. Marisabel Cabrera for Assembly District 9*
Rep. David Bowen for Assembly District 10
Sara Rodriguez for Assembly District 13
Rep. Evan Goyke for Assembly District 18
Rep. Jonathan Brostoff for Assembly District 19
Rep. Chris Sinicki for Assembly District 20
Emily Siegrist for Assembly District 24
Sarah Yacoub for Assembly District 30
Elizabeth Lochner-Abel for Assembly District 31
Kirk Bangstad for Assembly District 34
Kriss Marion for Assembly District 51
Rep. Gordon Hintz for Assembly District 54
Lee Snodgrass for Assembly District 57
Joel Jacobsen for Assembly District 63
Chris Kapsner for Assembly District 67
Rep. Nick Milroy for Assembly District 73
Rep. Sondy Pope for Assembly District 80*
Kristin Lylery for Assembly District 88
Karl Jaeger for Assembly District 89
Amanda WhiteEagle for Assembly District 92

Sen. Lena Taylor for Senate District 4
Brad Pfaff for Senate District 32*

“With the future of Gov. Evers’ veto power in jeopardy as well as the future of clean energy policy, clean water policy, and voting rights, this election is one of the most important in the state’s history,” Seth Hoffmeister, Organizing and Political Director, said.

For our entire slate of endorsed candidates and election updates click here.

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