INCUMBENT PARTY: Dem last updated: 10-15-2018
General Election: 11/06/2018
|Cook||Sabato||Inside Elections||Real Clear Politics|
|Strong Dem||Likely Dem||Likely Dem||Strong Dem||Lean Dem|
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- Reps in the News: Evers Calls for Broadband Expansion – Door County Pulse March 22, 2019
- Will Joe Biden Be the Democratic Nominee? – National Review March 21, 2019
- American farmers confront a mental health crisis as revenues decline and debt piles up – Salt Lake Tribune March 21, 2019
- Rep. David Bowen joins race for Wisconsin Democratic Party chairman – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel March 20, 2019
- Lame Duck Lawsuit Could Void Over 300 Laws – MacIverInstitute March 20, 2019
- National emergency declaration could divert funds from Truax Field – Madison.com March 20, 2019
- Senator Tammy Baldwin celebrates Sherman Phoenix's success during visit with business owners – Milwaukee Independent March 20, 2019
- 'Not convinced': Manchin is lone Democrat to speak out against LGBTQ Equality Act – NBCNews.com March 19, 2019
- Tony Evers, Tammy Baldwin demand review of Wisconsin National Guard sex assault policies – La Crosse Tribune March 15, 2019
- U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin renews effort to get 'milk' label taken off non-dairy products – Appleton Post Crescent March 14, 2019
Republicans believe incumbent Senator Tammy Baldwin is vulnerable while Democrats disagree.
In recent years, Governor Scott Walker and his political success have changed Wisconsin from a Democratic state to an amazingly competitive environment.
Baldwin initially voted for the government “shutdown” and then voted a few days later to re-open it. MoveOn.org strongly criticized that vote and accused the Senator of flip-flopping. Challenges from the political left will be challenging for Baldwin in a state that has grown more conservative.
Before getting to Baldwin, though, the GOP needs to choose between two conservative candidates seeking the nomination–Marine Corps veteran Kevin Nicholson and state Sen. Leah Vukmir.
While Governor Walker is remaining officially neutral in the GOP primary, his wife is not. Tonette Walker endorsed Vukmir. Walker’s son already works for Vukmir’s campaign. The State Senator has also picked up the endorsement of State Sen. Joel Kleefisch (married to Walker’s lieutenant governor) and former RNC Chairman Reince Preibus.
6.6% Black/African American
2% Two or More
|Language Other than Eng at Home||8.7%||21.1%|
|High School Grad Rate||91.9%||87.5%|
|College Grad Rate||29.5%||31.3%|
|Per Capita Income||$30,902||$31,128|
|Population per SqMi||1106.7||185.8|
|People per Household||2.4||2.7|
State/Miscellaneous: State Profile
|Senate Race: Wisconsin (Baldwin v TBD)||Lean Dem|
|Gubernatorial Race: Wisconsin (TBD v Walker)||Likely Rep|
|House Race: WI-01 (TBD v Ryan)||Strong Rep|
|House Race: WI-02 (Pocan v TBD)||Strong Dem|
|House Race: WI-03 (Kind v TBD)||Likely Dem|
|House Race: WI-04 (Moore v TBD)||Strong Dem|
|House Race: WI-05 (TBD v Sensenbrenner)||Strong Rep|
|House Race: WI-06 (TBD v Grothman)||Strong Rep|
|House Race: WI-07 (TBD v Duffy)||Strong Rep|
|House Race: WI-08 (TBD v Gallagher)||Strong Rep|