While Republicans will still control both houses of the Legislature, there are 24 new members, bringing new ideas and lived experiences to the Capitol.
Rozar brings her experience as seasoned cardiac nurse and county supervisor, while Pfaff is elected to the Senate one year after it fired him as DATCP secretary.
After serving four terms in the Wisconsin Assembly, Agard is moving up to the Senate.
Baldeh is the Wisconsin Legislature’s first Muslim member, while the voter suppression Drake witnessed April 7 finalized her decision to run for office.
Conley is interested in housing solutions for renters and landlords, while Omokunde wants to address climate injustice and climate change.
Roys focusing on racial disparities, while Shelton’s focus will be on the pandemic and assisting businesses, families who have been impacted.
Hong is the first Asian American elected to the Wisconsin Legislature. Ortiz-Velez will be pushing to legalize medical marijuana to reduce opioid addiction.
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