Together, we can stop the politicians who want to divide us.
No matter the color of our skin or what’s in our wallets, voters should pick their leaders, not the other way around. For the past several months, and like we do once every ten years, Wisconsinites came together to demand input on how we will be represented and how funds for schools, hospitals, and other essential services will be allocated through the redrawing of new election district lines. We fought to give each of our voices equal weight, stature, and each of our communities equal resources.
Governor Tony Evers stood with us by submitting maps that ensured fair and equitable representation in Southeastern Wisconsin, and when the new maps take effect in August of 2022, our voices will matter now more than they have in the last decade.
Just like we came together across race and place to get fairer voting maps this year, we can keep making positive changes for our families and neighbors by exercising our power as voters on Tuesday, April 5th 2022.
More information on voting in April 5th election.
By joining together to take action, we can stop the politicians who want to divide us, who try to draw districts to silence our voices based on what we look like, where we come from or how much money we have. When using our power together, across race and place, we can choose leaders who will work for “we the people”, not just the wealthy few, so all of us in Wisconsin can look forward to a better life in thriving communities.
For more information and to take action with Citizen Action of Wisconsin
- If you live in Racine, Kenosha, or Milwaukee, contact Southeastern Wisconsin Organizer Barbara Cerda: [email protected]
- If you live on the north side of Milwaukee, contact North Side Rising Organizer Valerie Ricks: [email protected]
2022 Election Dates
- April 5th Spring General Election
- August 9th Primary Election
- November 8th Fall General Election
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