Oshkosh, WI – Following Wisconsin’s Spring Election, 124 American Majority Trained New Leaders were elected. Congratulations to all of the winners on well run campaigns. American Majority Trained New Leaders had an excellent win ratio this year as 195 ran for office and 124 of them won their spring elections – 63.6% win rate. Back in August, we made a promise to train 100 New Conservative Leaders who would run for office across the state of Wisconsin in 2022. We’ve already smashed that goal by April, and plan to have more candidates ready for Fall of 2022.
Conservatives stepped up to take back local government across Wisconsin. The special highlight was conservatives winning key races on Green Bay City Council. Five first-time candidates were successful in Green Bay, after city officials used Zuckerbucks to run the 2020 elections. Green Bay voters sent a clear message that they want to restore election integrity.
American Majority works to build a farm team of New Leaders at all levels of government. Our trained New Leaders include 31 School Board Members, 63 County Board Supervisors and 30 Municipal Leaders. The farm team builds from the local and state levels of government. These leaders are also the folks who will hopefully take the next step to run for higher office down the road, creating a pipeline of conservative public service.
Nate Nelson, the Wisconsin Executive Director of American Majority, said “Congratulations to all the winners! Since opening out Wisconsin office in October 2010, we have trained nearly 300 New Leaders who’ve gone on to victory across Wisconsin. American Majority is helping to ensure that solid conservative candidates have the tools to become successful in their campaigns and we are thrilled to see these results in Wisconsin.”