MADISON, Wis. — Today, Governor Tony Evers and Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Ben Wikler launched DPW’s One Year To Win (1Y2W) Weekend of Action in Madison. One year out from the election, WisDems understand that the stakes are higher than ever and the work of volunteers will make all the difference in 2022.
Wisconsin Democrats aren’t just fired up — they are ablaze with energy to organize and win the upcoming election.
Governor Tony Evers: “Wisconsin always comes down to a handful of votes — the continued work of volunteers is crucial to making sure we are successful in 2022. The stakes are high in Wisconsin. Whether it’s voting rights, access to health care, or funding public education, I know we can make even more progress. I will continue fighting for bold, bipartisan solutions to tackle the big issues and make sure the state is even stronger than before.”
Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Ben Wikler: “It’s never been more important to elect Democrats to fight for Wisconsin. As Republicans attack voting rights, block crucial legislation in Congress, and try to stop our country from building back better from the pandemic, we’re knocking on doors, phone banking, and organizing across the state. We’re demonstrating that the WisDems organizing program is the strongest it has ever been, and reminding every voter that Democrats are delivering up and down the ballot, from Tony Evers to President Biden, while Republicans try to shoot down critical pandemic relief and investments in infrastructure, schools, and working families.”