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Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin endorses candidates who support access to family planning services and believe a woman should be able to make her own health care decisions without political interference. 

2024 Election Details

Election Date:

  • February 20, 2024 - Spring Primary Election
  • April 2, 2024 -  Spring Election
  • August 13, 2024 - Fall Primary Election
  • November 5, 2024 -  Fall Election
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Milwaukee County

Milwaukee County Executive

David Crowley

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

David Crowley, a lifelong Milwaukeean, was the first Black man elected to be the Milwaukee County Executive in 2020 following a near three-year stint representing Wisconsin’s 17th Assembly District. ​He has clearly proven to be an advocate for health equity by making investments in community-based behavioral health that serves uninsured or underinsured residents, by expanding access of prevention and treatment measures to address the ongoing opioid epidemic, and by centering historically marginalized communities in all policymaking. 

Mayor of Milwaukee

Cavalier Johnson

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

In 2022, Cavalier Johnson was elected Mayor after being first appointed Acting Mayor in 2021, claiming his spot as the first Black Mayor of Milwaukee. He served as Alder of the city’s 2nd District and ascended to Council President after just his first term.​ Cavalier has been a supporter of initiatives focused on addressing Black maternal and infant mortality such as Strong Baby Sabbath and the Blanket of Love program. He also worked to increase funding in the city’s 2024 budget for the Milwaukee Health Department’s BOMB (Birth Outcomes Made Better) Doula program, adding two additional doulas to their staff.​

Milwaukee City Attorney

Evan Goyke

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

Evan Goyke was first elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly in 2012 and currently represents the 18th District. Using his experience in law and vast knowledge of Wisconsin government, he hopes of reforming the City Attorney’s office, making it functional and transparent.​ He has been a champion of reproductive rights during his time in the Legislature by supporting pro-abortion legislation, and he has committed to continue his advocacy in the City Attorney’s office. 

Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors - District 5

Sequanna Taylor

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

Milwaukee Common Council - District 2

Mark Chambers

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

Mark Chambers currently represents District 2 on the Milwaukee Common Council where he has worked to enact change that hopes to continue over his next term as city alder. He plans to engage with younger and underrepresented individuals by establishing mentorship initiatives and advocating for inclusive policies that foster a more diverse and equitable community. Throughout his time on the Council, Mark has been working with the Milwaukee Police Department and advocates to address the issue of increasing domestic violence that has had an unfortunate negative impact upon residents throughout the city of Milwaukee.

Milwaukee Common Council - District 9

JoCasta Zamarripa

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

JoCasta Zamarripa is running for reelection to the Milwaukee Common Council District 8. After becoming the first Latina elected to the Wisconsin State Legislature and subsequently serving ten years representing the 8th State Assembly District, in 2020, JoCasta became the first Latina and open LGBTQ+ member of Milwaukee’s Common Council.​ JoCasta brings valuable experience to her role on the Common Council by championing equitable initiatives that uplift her district, such as creating family supports, fighting for equality for all, and supporting public schools.

Dane County

Dane County Board of Supervisors - District 3

Analiese Eicher​

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

Analiese Eicher was first elected to her current seat on the Dane County Board of Supervisors in 2018. She plans to continue her work in District 3 as she runs for reelection unopposed this spring.  ​Analiese has proven to be a champion of reproductive rights by working with Dane County Public Health to hire abortion navigators and securing funding to cover abortion travel for their employees.

Dane County Board of Supervisors - District 9

Steven Peters

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

Dane County Board of Supervisors - District 13

Jay Brower

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

Jay Brower was first appointed to the Dane County Board of Supervisors in 2023. He is working to address structural inequities by focusing on issues important to his community: access to food, housing, and climate action. As a union organizer and former professor, he believes his professional and academic journey have adequately prepared him to help make positive impacts on the lives of all County residents.

Dane County Board of Supervisors - District 14

Anthony Gray

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

Anthony Gray has represented Dane County’s 14th District on the County Board since 2020, and he is running for reelection this spring. As an attorney, nonprofit executive, and small business owner, Anthony brings critical experience and dedication to his role. AnAnHe is committed to both improving the systems impacting Dane County’s most vulnerable residents and uplifting the community as a whole. 

Dane County Board of Supervisors - District 15

April Kigeya​

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

April Kigeya, current 2nd Vice Chair for the Dane County Board of Supervisors, is seeking reelection to represent District 15 this spring. ​ As a single mother of four children, April has a unique but challenging view of how issues impact the most vulnerable community in Dane County. Her current priorities include food security, mental health services, and affordable housing. ​

Dane County Board of Supervisors - District 18

Michele Ritt

Election Date: April 2, 2024​


Dane County Board of Supervisors - District 20

Andrea Andrews

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

Andrea Andrews has been a Board Trustee for the Village of Marshall for six years, and in hopes to foster positive change and address the pressing issues in her community, she is running for the Dane County Board of Supervisors for District 20.  ​As a Village Board Trustee, Andrea has shown to actively seek the community’s input to facilitate a transparent, inclusive, and equitable decision-making process while also acknowledging the importance of experts in policymaking. 

Dane County Board of Supervisors - District 27

Kierstin Huelsemann 

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

Kierstin Huelsemann is running for reelection to the Dane County Board of Supervisors after serving District 27 since 2022. Her experiences have prepared her well to be an active representative of her community, which are exemplified as she works to help build a safe, healthy, and equitable county through people-centered initiatives. As a working-class parent, Kierstin is committed to advocating for and open government that involves the members of the community most impacted by racial and economic justice.

Dane County Board of Supervisors - District 28

Michele Doolan

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

Michele Doolan was first elected to the Dane County Board of Supervisors in 2020 and is running this spring to continue to represent District 28. Over the past four years, she has brought a unique perspective to her work with an awareness of how policies and programs work differently for rural residents. Michele has proved to be an advocate for reproductive rights, comprehensive sex education, and affordable healthcare through collaborations with local partners and providers, community education, and support for policies that address the social determinates of health.

Dane County Board of Supervisors - District 36

Loreen Gage

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

Loreen Gage, the current Monona Grove School Board President, is running for Dane County Board of Supervisors in District 36 so she can use her knowledge, leadership skills, and community connections to bring about meaningful change in key areas that impact the lives of residents. Informed by the constituents within her district, Loreen aims to be a strong advocate in areas such as public health, affordable housing, mental health, social services, and environmental sustainability.

Fitchburg Common Council - District 3

Donald Dantzler​

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

Donald Dantzler is running for Fitchburg Common Council District 3, Seat 6 this spring. In addition to pursuing a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, he serves on the Board of 100 Black Men of Madison, Inc., and is Board Chairman at Madison Area Technical College. As a trained researcher, Donald understands the importance of incorporating both data and historically marginalized voices into decision-making to implement the most culturally responsive policies. 

Fitchburg Common Council - District 4

Nicole Vafadari

Election Date: April 2, 2024​


Verona Area School District Board of Education 

Korbey White

Election Date: April 2, 2024​


Kenosha County

Kenosha Common Council - District 3

Tanya McLean

Election Date: April 2, 2024​


Winnebago County

Oshkosh Common Council

DJ Nichols

Election Date: April 2, 2024​


Winnebago County Circuit Judge - Branch 1 

LaKeisha Haase

Election Date: April 2, 2024​

LaKeisha Haase was first appointed by Governor Evers to serve Branch 4 of the Winnebago County Circuit Court in 2020, making her the first African American judge in the County. She now hopes to serve Branch 1 as she runs for election this spring. LaKeisha believes that a fair and impartial judiciary must consist of individuals who are diverse, education, and compassionate; if elected, LaKeisha will be the only woman serving as a judge in Winnebago County following the retirement of the current Branch 1 Judge.

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