- Madison Scouters for Equality to hold vigil
- Trinity Ministries welcomes everyone!
- On the Road to Marriage Equality by Perfect Harmony Men's Chorus
- Proud Theater to hold joint performances of all 3 Wisconsin chapters
- Queer Shorts 8!
- Disability Pride Madison Kick-Off Event!
- Fair Wisconsin Statement on Minnesota Senate Vote for Marriage Equality
- Meghan Roed joins Law Center for Children and Families as new associate
Fair Wisconsin PAC Announces 2012 Fall Primary Election Endorsements
Fair Wisconsin PAC is proud to announce our endorsements for the Fall Primary Election on August 14, 2012.
Fair Wisconsin Political Action Committee (PAC) is committed to advancing and achieving equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Wisconsinites through strategic electoral activity, by working to elect pro-fairness individuals in local, state and federal races in Wisconsin. We are confident that these candidates will be effective leaders across the state, to continue to advance equality for LGBT Wisconsinites.
The following endorsements are for selected races with a primary contest. Additional endorsements for the General Election in November will be announced at a later date.
US CONGRESS District 2: Mark Pocan
WISCONSIN STATE SENATE
District 6: Dual endorsement of Elizabeth Coggs, Nikiya Harris
District 12: Lisa Theo
WISCONSIN STATE ASSEMBLY
District 7: Daniel Riemer
District 8: JoCasta Zamarripa
District 10: Sandy Pasch
District 12: Fred Kessler
District 18: Dual endorsement of Evan Goyke, LaShawndra Vernon
District 45: Janis Ringhand
District 47: Robb Kahl
District 51: Maureen May-Grimm
District 62: Melissa Lemke
District 65: Dayvin Hallmon
District 78: Brett Hulsey
District 80: Dual endorsement of Sondy Pope-Roberts, Joe Wineke
DANE COUNTY CLERK: Scott McDonell
About Fair Wisconsin PAC
The Fair Wisconsin Political Action Committee (PAC) works to elect pro-fairness individuals in local, state legislative, gubernatorial and federal races. This is done through endorsements, financial support and independent expenditure activity in support of state and local candidates.
By electing pro-fairness individuals, we are able to focus our educational and advocacy efforts on how, not whether, to continue working toward equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Wisconsinites.
In 2010, Fair Wisconsin PAC and the Human Rights League PAC merged, creating one statewide LGBT political action committee. Find out more at fairwisconsin.com!