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Wisconsin Conservation Voters endorses its third wave of candidates PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Wisconsin Conservation Voters, Ryan Billingham   
Thursday, 20 August 2020 16:09

wetlands-wiCandidates share values of clean water, clean air, accessible public lands, an equitable, safe democracy, and the pursuit of clean energy.


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

kelda-roys“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.

Wisconsin Conservation Voters endorses the following candidates:

Assembly
Rep. LaKeisha Myers for Assembly District 12
Jessica Katzenmeyer for Assembly District 15
Erik Brooks for Assembly District 21
Shaun Murphy-Lopez for Assembly District 49
Emily Berge for Assembly District 68
John Ellenson for Assembly District 75
Francesca Hong Assembly District 76
Jacob Malinowski for Assembly District 82
Charlene Warner for Assembly District 93

Senate
Melissa Sargent for Senate District 16
Kelda Roys for Senate District 26

“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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