ELECTION DAY: Where candidates stand on key issues

(WQOW) – With the November election quickly approaching, News 18 wanted to help inform you, the voters, of where candidates stand on key issues.

News 18 sent out a questionnaire to each of the candidates listed below. The candidates highlighted in ‘a reddish color’ with a hyperlink mean the candidate has responded. Simply click their name to be directed to their questionnaire and responses.

U.S. Senate

Republican
Leah Vukmir

Democrat
Tammy Baldwin (I)


U.S. Congress District 3 (No Primary)

Republican
Steve Toft

Democrat
Ron Kind (I)


U.S. Congress District 7

Republican
Sean Duffy (I)

Democrat
Margaret Engebretson


Governor

Republican
Scott Walker (I)

Democrat
Tony Evers

Other
Phillip Anderson (Libertarian)
Michael J. White (Green Party)


State Senate District 23  

Republican
Kathy Bernier

Democrat
Chris Kapsner


State Senate District 25 

Republican
James Bolen

Democrat
Janet Bewley (I)


State Senate District 31 

Republican
Mel Pittman

Democrat
Jeff Smith

Other
Aaron Camacho (Green)


Assembly District 28  

Republican
Gae Magnafici

Democrat
Kim Butler


Assembly District 29 

Republican
Rob Stafsholt (I)

Democrat
Jon Calabrese

Other
Brian Corriea (Libertarian)


Assembly District 30  

Republican
Shannon Zimmerman (I)

Democrat
Barry Hammarback


Assembly District 67 

Republican
Rob Summerfield (I)

Democrat
Wren Keturi


Assembly District 68 

Republican
Jesse James

Democrat
Wendy Sue Johnson


Assembly District 74 

Republican
Romaine Quinn (I)

Democrat
Ali Holzman


Assembly District 91 

Republican
Echo Reardon

Democrat
Jodi Emerson


Assembly District 92

Republican
Treig Pronschinske (I)

Democrat
Rob Grover


Assembly District 93 

Republican
Warren Petryk (I)

Democrat
Charlene Charlie Warner

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