From Across Wisconsin — State Treasurer and candidate for U.S. Senate Sarah Godlewski announced today 10 new endorsements from current and former elected officials and prominent leaders from across Wisconsin.
From Ashland to Kenosha, and including the Milwaukee area, Madison, Winnebago County, and more, these respected leaders are expanding Sarah’s statewide coalition to elect a Senator who will fight for the kitchen table issues that Wisconsin workers and families worry about. Sarah is the only candidate who can build a 72-county campaign to defeat Johnson and the extreme, right-wing machine that supports him.
Sarah’s campaign now counts dozens of elected officials and community leaders from all corners of the state among its supporters, including a major endorsement from the influential EMILY’s List — an early and important backer in both of Tammy Baldwin’s Senate campaigns.
“These respected voices from all corners of our state are propelling our movement to retire Ron Johnson, and send to the US Senate a champion of workers and families who will always fight for the kitchen table issues and values that Wisconsin truly stands for. I’m thrilled to earn their support,” said State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski. “Whether in small towns or from big communities, we are building the coalition that will finally stop the extremism, the roadblocks to progress, and the conspiracy theories that drive Ron Johnson. We will restore Wisconsinites’ voice, and faith, in Washington.”
The 10 new endorsements for Sarah’s campaign for Senate include:
- Mark Miller, Former State Senator District 16
- Jackie Moore, Ashland City Council
- Linda Honold, Former Chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin
- Dr. Sheila Briggs, Former Assistant State Superintendent
- Kristen Keyser, West Allis West Milwaukee School Board
- Kathy Ehley, Former Mayor of Wauwatosa
- Tomika Vukovic, Alder of Glendale and School Board Member
- Mike Norton, Winnebago County Board of Supervisors
- Ronald Stevens, Former Member of the Kenosha Common Council
- Izzy Hassey Nevarez, Former Candidate 39th Assembly District