Gov. Tony Evers appointed Godlewski, the former state treasurer, to fill the rest of the nearly four-year term La Follette won in November—ending a tenure that first started in 1974.
State treasurer will also use her political action committee to help a half-dozen Democratic women running for Legislature.
The lieutenant governor becomes the Democrats’ presumptive challenger to Sen. Ron Johnson as Nelson, Lasry, and now Godlewski all drop out and seek a united front for November.
The two remaining major candidates want to challenge Sen. Ron Johnson, but only one will make it to November.
From the repeal of abortion rights to Republicans ignoring middle class concerns, delegates find motivation in remarks from Gov. Tony Evers, Sen. Tammy Baldwin, and the Democratic candidates to replace Sen. Ron Johnson.
Lasry ad hits Johnson for 2018 trip. Godlewski talks drug prices. Nelson touts a presidential candidate’s endorsement.
Lieutenant Governor tops two new polls, but about half of Democratic voters say they don’t have a favorite choice to run for Senate.
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