Time to mobilize-from the DPW

What are you doing to get out the vote?

Contact your local county party to pick up your yard signs to support Tony Evers and Mandela Barnes, Tammy Baldwin, Josh Kaul, Sarah Godlewski, and our entire ticket today!


In-person absentee voting has started in Madison and Milwaukee! Make sure to bring a photo ID. To check if early voting is available in your community, contact your local municipal clerk.


NOTE: These are just a sampling of featured events! You can find a full list of events by checking out our Events page! If you have an event you’d like highlighted in a future update, please email press@wisdems.org.

“Thank you to all the volunteers that came out for the day of action! People in Green Bay are fired up about a great statewide ticket and local candidates. Debbie Hadley, you rock, great job! @SarahforWI @MandelaForWI @tammybaldwin@Lee4WIAssembly @Tony4WI” — @StaushG


  • Brown County Night of Action

    • Find opportunities to rally your neighbors and support our local and statewide candidates

    • This is a regularly occurring event, so if you can’t make it tonight, please check back again!

    • RSVP on Facebook


  • National Voter Registration Day

    • You can register to vote through election day, but seize the opportunity today to mobilize members of your community and get them registered to vote!

    • Visit this site to get registered

  • Meet and Greet with Tony Evers

    • Reps. Peter Barca and Tod Ohnstad and Sen. Bob Wirch will be hosting a meet and greet with Tony Evers, our next governor of Wisconsin!

    • WHEN: 4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

    • WHERE: Kenosha UAW Local 72 (3615 Washington Rd, Kenosha 53144)

    • RSVP on Facebook


  • Join Josh Kaul in Wausau

    • Join Josh Kaul, Democratic Candidate for Attorney General for a reception this Wednesday, hosted by John & Mary Robinson, Mark Bradley, and Tim Buttke & Kay Gruling

    • WHEN: 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

    • WHERE: Home of John and Mary Robinson, 1226 Highland Ct, Wausau, WI 54403
      Purchase your ticket here

“What an incredible crowd in Racine this afternoon! The entire Democratic ticket is ready to work for you in the Statehouse, the House, and the Senate — but we need your help to win! Find out how by signing up at http://tammybaldwin.com/take-action” — @tammybaldwin


  • Canvass in Menomonee Falls

    • We need your help to visit with as many Menomonee Falls Democrats as possible and tell them why it’s so critical that they be engaged and VOTE!

    • WHEN: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

    • WHERE: Menomonee Falls Public Library (W156 N8436 Pilgrim Rd, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin 53051)

    • RSVP on Facebook


  • Milwaukee Coordinated Campaign Office Opening

    • Tony Evers and Mandela Barnes will be joining the Milwaukee County Democrats to celebrate the opening of the new coordinated campaign office

    • Following the celebration, teams will be knocking doors, phone banking, and other volunteer opportunities

    • WHEN: 3:15 p.m.

    • WHERE: 1801 N Dr Martin Luther King Jr Dr

    • RSVP on Facebook


  • Foxconn Town Hall: River Falls

    • Join Senators Jennifer Shilling and Patty Schachtner to hear about Foxconn and what it means for Wisconsin.

    • WHEN: 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

    • WHERE: River Falls Public Library (140 Union St. River Falls, WI 54022

    • RSVP on Facebook

Candidate Spotlight
We have hundreds of amazing Democratic candidates up and down the ballot who have stepped up to run for office and better their communities. They need your help, too! Here are some of their stories:

Name: Gina Walkington

Office: State Assembly

District Number: 61

Where do you live: Bristol, WI

Why are you running for office?

“For far too long we’ve watched our representatives in Madison work for lobbyists, corporate interests, and political parties when they should be working for us. I am running to represent Wisconsin’s 61st Assembly District because I believe everyone in this district deserves the access to the tools and resources they need to achieve the quality of life they choose for themselves and for their families. Better funding for public education, investment in safe and modern infrastructure, access to adequate and affordable healthcare and the creation of jobs that will benefit workers at every level shouldn’t simply be a promise for tomorrow, but the work of today that we can achieve together.”

Learn more about Gina here!

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