What's on the Ballot?
For every upcoming election, there are major contests that are on all the county ballots. We'll be highlighting those contests to delineate the differences between the candidates.
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REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
November 3, 2020 General Election
Updated July 13, 2020
"I believe that we need community advocates and representatives to lead us to a strong, healthy, safe and sustainable future. My goal is to make sure that the 6th Congressional district of Wisconsin is thriving for my family and yours for generations to come. We are so fortunate to live in a place where family values, loyalty and justice still matter. Where people tell the truth and look out for each other. This is a place where, when you see someone stranded by the side of the road, you stop and help. Join me and bringing our community back together. Let’s unite and overcome the challenges we face together."
Updated October 15, 2020
Glenn Grothman from Glenbeula is the Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Wisconsin's 6th congressional district. He was first elected to represent that district in November 2014.
Grothman served in the Wisconsin State Assembly, representing the 58th Assembly District from 1993 until 2005, served as the vice chair of the Assembly's Republican caucus from 1999 to 2004, and as a member of the Wisconsin Senate from the 20th district from 2005–15, and Assistant Majority Leader of the Wisconsin Senate from 2011-15.
STATE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 26
Mary Lynne Donohue
"I am Mary Lynne Donohue, a retired lawyer and longtime community advocate.
I have led a life of service to my community. I have extensive experience in local governing, and am currently serving as an alderperson and vice-president of Sheboygan’s Common Council, chairing the Finance and Personnel committee. I was president of the Sheboygan Area School District’s Board of Education, Chair of the Police and Fire Commission, and served on the City’s Civil Service Commission.
Currently, I serve on the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Wisconsin and the board of the Wisconsin Humanities Council.
The Republicans in the legislature have shown time and time again that they’re more interested in power than they are the welfare of this state. They have gerrymandered their lock on the Assembly and take their marching orders from party leaders instead of the voters who sent them there.
It is time the people of the 26th district have a representative who actually listens to their concerns and puts the needs of the people over party politics."
Terry Katsma is an American businessman and legislator. From Oostburg, Wisconsin. Katsma graduated from Sheboygan County Christian High School. He then received his bachelor's degree in business administration from Dordt College and his master's degree in business administration from Marquette University.