2024 Election Coverage

Incumbent overlap under new maps

The new maps have both parties worked up and since it is election time again candidates are coming out from where ever they were and will be asking for your vote. The new maps are going to make strange bed fellows when some Incumbents are faced with the reality of challenging a fellow incumbent or just moving to a more friendly district. Hopefully some will just take the higher road and just retire.

Assembly Incumbent Pairings

Seats with multiple incumbents: the following assembly districts currently have multiple incumbent representatives residing in a single district as a result of the redistricting process in Wisconsin.

2nd Assembly district: Shae Sortwell (R) and John Macco (R)
3rd Assembly district: Ron Tusler (R) and Ty Bodden (R)
4th Assembly district: David Steffen (R) and Elijah Behnke (R)
7th Assembly district: Daniel Riemer (D) and Bob Donovan (R)
13th Assembly district: Tom Michalski (R) and Robyn Vining (D)
25th Assembly district: Paul Tittl (R) and Amy Binsfeld (R)
32nd Assembly district: Tyler August (R) and Amanda Nedweski (R)
55th Assembly district: Nate Gustafson (R) and Michael Schraa (R)
68th Assembly district: James W. Edming (R) and Rob Summerfield (R)
84th Assembly district: Nik Rettinger (R) and Chuck Wichgers (R)
86th Assembly district: John Spiros (R) and Donna Rozar (R)
97th Assembly district: Cindi Duchow (R) and Scott Johnson (R)

Senate Incumbent Pairings

8th Senate District: Dan Knodl (R-Germantown) and Duey Stroebel (R-Saukville)

13th Senate District: Joan Ballweg (R-Markesan) and John Jagler (R-Watertown)

21st Senate District: Julian Bradley (R-Franklin) and Van Wanggaard (R-Racine)

26th Senate District: Melissa Agard (D-Madison) and Kelda Roys (D-Madison)

30th Senate District: Rob Cowles (R-Green Bay) and Eric Wimberger (R-Green Bay) and André Jacque (R-De Pere)

31st Senate District: Jesse James (R-Altoona) and Jeff Smith (D-Brunswick)

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