School Choice Supporters Victorious in Wisconsin Legislative Races

The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, congratulates the winning candidates who support educational choice on their successes in the Wisconsin General Election. The election results are in line with numerous public polls that have found strong support for school choice.

Statement from Justin Moralez, Wisconsin State Director for the American Federation for Children:

“As a swing state, Wisconsin has seen one of the most contentious election cycles in recent memory.  Tens of millions of dollars rained down to influence voters’ choices, and in the end, the one true winner of the evening was School Choice.”

“Three decades after its inception, school choice will maintain majority support in the legislature, with a bi-partisan coalition of elected officials returning or heading to Madison.   This is good news for parents regardless of what party they support. While 2020 has proved challenging to many, it has also elevated the need and importance of having educational options.”

AFC, having engaged in multiple races across the state, sees this fight for the future as a primary responsibility.

“When the children win, we all win,” noted Moralez.
 
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The American Federation for Children is pleased to congratulate the following successful candidates supported by the American Federation for Children Action Fund – Wisconsin IE Committee or the Wisconsin Federation for Children PAC:

Joel Kitchens
Ron Tussler
Dave Steffen
Joe Sanfelippo
Kalan Haywood
Jessie Rodriguez
Dan Knodl
Terry Katsma
Shannon Zummerman
Amy Loundenbeck
Jeffrey Mursay
John Jagler
Barbra Dittrich
Mark Born
Travis Tranel
Todd Novak
Jeremy Thiesfeldt
Rachel Ann Cabral-Guevara
Robert Wittke
Robin Vos
Rob Summerfield
Jesse James
Scott Krug
Ken Skowronski
Chuck Wichgers
Patrick Snyder
John Macco
John Nygren
Treig Pronschinske
Loren Oldenburg
Scott Allen
Alberta Darling
Rob Stafsholt
Mary Felzkowski
Joan Ballweg
Dan Feyen
Pat Testin
Eric Wimberger