MILWAUKEE –“When I ran for office in 2020, I stated I would listen, advocate, and deliver results for the 11th Assembly District. I am proud to share we helped resolve constituent unemployment cases and had wonderful conversations with residents and stakeholders from the district. In my first term, I had 21 bills signed into law ranging from housing access, protections for children and victims of sexual assault, and support for small business owners. In addition, I was also one of the few Democrats who had a public hearing on a bill as a co-author this session.”

“However, there is still work to be done. Wisconsin has new maps that reinforce gerrymandering, the potential overturning of Roe vs. Wade will drastically impact the well-being of women in this state, and people are seeking safety and economic support due to inflation. We need “all hands-on deck”.

“Moving forward, I will continue to be a partner with residents, local municipalities and stakeholders to advocate for resources to promote public safety, economic development, and the overall well-being for the residents of the 11th Assembly District.

The election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2020.

Learn more about Dora and her campaign by visiting her Facebook page: Dora Drake for WI State Assembly D-11 and on her website at

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