Working Families Party


The Wisconsin Working Families Party is the grassroots party for the multiracial working class, leading the fight for social, racial, and economic justice. WFP wants to make Wisconsin work for everyone, not just the wealthy and well connected. We work to advance the interests of working class, middle class, and poor people in the United States through endorsing progressive candidates, legislative advocacy, public education, creative media, community organizing, and holding elected leaders accountable.

We form a unique bridge between progressive activism and electoral success: we work to build bottom-up political power by recruiting and training the next generation of progressive leaders to run for office and win, and we’re building a movement of WFP supporters and activists to fight for the future we deserve. If you’re fed up with billionaire-driven politics and believe in challenging the status quo, we invite you to find a political home in the WFP and get involved in making the change you want to see become a reality.

Our Candidates

Heidi Wegleitner Dane County Board, District 2
Jay Bower Dane County Board, District 13
April Kigeya Dane County Board, District 15
Andrea Andrews Dane County Board, District 20
Kierstin Huelsemann Dane County Board, District 27
Patrick Miles Dane County Board, District 34
Loreen Gage Dane County Board, District 36
Joe Maldonado Fitchburg Common Council, District 1
Gabriella Gerhardt Fitchburg Common Council, District 2
Donald Dantzler Fitchburg Common Council, District 3


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