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Fall 2018 General Election

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The fall 2018 general election takes place Tuesday, November 6, 2018 from 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Voters can register to vote at their polling place on Election Day.

This election is for Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, U.S. Senator, Representative in Congress, State Senator (odd-numbered districts) Representatives to the Assembly (all districts). County offices up for election are Sheriff, Clerk of Circuit Court and Coroner (where applicable).

Democrat Tony Evers narrowly beat Republican incumbent Gov. Scott Walker after a heated race early this morning. more

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The Shepherd Express endorses several candidates for national, state and local offices for the election taking place on Tuesday, Nov. 6. more

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We strongly endorse Rep. JoCasta Zamarripa, a passionate voice for the community where she was born, raised and has represented in the State Assembly since 2011. more

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Small-business owner Liz Sumner knows her community well. A native of Milwaukee, she serves as a trustee on the Fox Point Village Board and believes in local control. more

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In the 14th Assembly District, which includes portions of Wauwatosa, Brookfield and Waukesha, Robyn Vining made such an impression on her Democratic primary opponent that he withdrew from the race to enthusiastically endorse her; she made a great ... more

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Our respect for State Sen. Chris Larson has grown throughout his years in public service from the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors to becoming among the youngest Democratic Senate leaders to serve in 2013. more

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If you live in the Fifth State Senate District (which includes Brookfield, Elm Grove, Wauwatosa, West Allis, the northern part of New Berlin and far western Milwaukee), your vote for Julie Henszey is key to flipping the State Senate to Democratic ... more

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Secretary of State Douglas J. La Follette has brought transparency and honesty to Wisconsin government for many years, diligently serving the people of Wisconsin without seeking the spotlight. more

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The Wisconsin State Treasurer’s office was designed as the fiscal watchdog to monitor and sustain our state’s financial wellbeing. The office works as a check and balance on the rest of state government, much like a company’s chief financial officer. more

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In former federal prosecutor Josh Kaul, our state has the incredible opportunity to hire an attorney general so qualified, talented and experienced that, even with bigger races at the top of the statewide ballot, Kaul should have your full ... more

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This third-generation Wisconsinite grew up and raised his family in the Sixth Congressional District, where he has been extremely active in civic groups to make life better for Wisconsinites. more

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Navy veteran and small-business owner Tom Palzewicz is taking on 40-year career politician James Sensenbrenner to bring bipartisanship and a focus on equality back to the Fifth Congressional District. more

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Congresswoman Gwen Moore is a proven fighter for Milwaukee, especially the underrepresented groups Republicans regularly ignore and demean. more

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With House Speaker Paul Ryan retiring, the First Congressional District has a timely opportunity to reject the divisive, hate-fueled politics of the Republican majority in both Congress and the White House. more

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In her years of service to the people of Wisconsin, voting and advocating on issues from lowering prescription drug prices to defending veterans to holding Wall Street accountable, Sen. Tammy Baldwin has always put the people of her home state first. more

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We are providing you with the top 12 reasons to make a change in our governor’s office, but the final choice is up to you. more

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