In April, Wisconsinites will have the opportunity to elect a new state supreme court justice which will have a drastic impact on the future of abortion rights, redistricting, and many other issues in the state.
Four candidates so far have announced their campaigns for an open seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, an election that has huge implications for the state.
With many sources predicting a Red Wave, Democrats in states like Wisconsin shocked pollsters by maintaining most of their offices, giving little to their Republican opponents.
As Johnson nears the end of his third run for office, his appeal as an “outsider” has worn off. Instead, Johnson has been criticized by many Wisconsinites for using his position as Senator to benefit himself, his businesses, and his friends.
Early voting, also known as in-person absentee voting, began on Tuesday in Wisconsin’s midterm elections.
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers has the edge on Republican challenger Tim Michels, according to the latest Marquette University Law School poll, with 45% of respondents saying they plan to vote for Evers, compared with 43% for Michels.