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2020 Election Preview: Wisconsin

by | Oct 15, 2020

Click here for a visual summary of Wisconsin’s 2020 state and federal elections.

Election Preview: Wisconsin Legislature

Currently, majority of the Wisconsin State Assembly and Senate are held by the Republican Party. The 2020 General Election will include all 99 Assembly and 16 of the Senate’s 33 total seats on the ballot. Democratic Governor Tony Evers, elected to his first four-year term in 2018, will be up for re-election in 2022.

Twelve current state Assembly Representatives and Senators have announced their retirements, including:

Wisconsin Assembly

  • Rep. JoCasta Zamarripa (D-District 8)

  • Rep. Jason Fields (D-District 11)

  • Rep. Debra Kolste (D-District 44)

  • Rep. Mike Rohrkaste (R-District 55)

  • Rep. Bob Kulp (R-District 69)

  • Rep. Romaine Quinn (R-District 75)

  • Rep. Chris Taylor (D-District 76)

Wisconsin Senate

  • Sen. Luther Olsen (R-District 14)

  • Sen. Mark Miller (D-District 16)

  • Sen. Fred Risser (D-District 26)

  • Sen. Dave Craig (R-District 28)

  • Sen. Dave Hansen (D-District 30)

Wisconsin State Assembly: Current Composition and Election Preview


Election Preview: Wisconsin’s Congressional Delegation

Wisconsin has 18 U.S. House of Representatives and 2 U.S. Senators. In the 2020 General Election, all 18 of the House seats and none of the Senate seats are on the ballot. The 117th U.S. Congress is scheduled to start on January 3, 2021. UnityPoint Health service area races are as follows:

U.S. House

U.S. Senate
Neither Senator seat is on the ballot in 2020.

For more information about State of Wisconsin or federal advocacy, legislative, policy and regulatory efforts, please contact Cathy Simmons, executive director of regulatory affairs for UnityPoint Health.