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Breaking Down the Wisconsin Primary Filing Deadline

Senate:
Republican incumbent Ronald "Ron" Harold Johnson (R) takes on unknown David Schroeder (R) in hiis party's primary. Meanwhile, there is an eight-candidate Democratic primary. Notable Democrats include Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin Mandela Barnes (D), Wisconsin Treasurer Sara Godlewski (D), and former Wisconsin State Assemblyman Tom Nelson (D).

House:
District 1:
This district is already in the general election phase as incumbent Republican Bryan Steil (R) takes on unknown Anne Roe (D) and unknown Charles Barman (GAP*)

District 2:
Incumbent Democrat Mark Pocan (D) runs unopposed iin his party's primary. Meanwhile, unknown Charity Barry (R) and unknown Erik Olsen square off for the Republican nomination. Pocan and the winner of the Republican primary will square off against unknown Douglas Alexander (I) in the general election.

District 3:
This open seat has unknown Derrick Van Orden running unopposed in his party's primary. Meanwhile, there is a four-candidate Democratic primary. Notable Democrats include small business owner Rebecca Cooke (D) and Wisconsin State Senator Brad Pfaff (D).

District 4:
Incumbent Democrat Gwen Moore runs unopposed in the Democratic primary. Meanwhile, unknown Travis Clark (R) takes on 2020 candidate for the same seat Tim Rogers (R). Moore and the winner of the Republican primary will face 2016 candidate for the same seat Robert Raymond (I).

District 5:
This district is already in the general election phase as Republican incumbent Scott Fitzgerald (R) takes on business lawyer Mike Van Someren (D).

District 6:
This is a general election primary. Republican iincumbent Glenn Grothman (R) takes on unknown Douglas Mullenix (R) in the Republican primary. The winner of the primary becomes the Representative as no third-party candidate or Democrat is running.

District 7:
Republican incumbent Tom Tiffany (R) takes on unknown David Kunelius (R) in his party's primary. Meanwhile, unknown Democrat Richard Asuman wins his party's primary unopposed.

District 8:
Republican incumbent Mike Gallagher (R) takes on unknown Shaun Clarmont (R) in his party's primary. There is no Democratic primary. The winner of the Republican primary will take on unknown Jacob VandenPlas (L) and office of the registrar employee for Georgetown University Paul Boucher (I).

Governor:
Incumbent Democrat Tony Evers (D) wins hiis party's priimary unopposed. Meanwhile, there is a five-candidate Republican primary. Notable candidates include former Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin Rebecca Kleefisch (R), Marine Corps veteran Kevin Nicholson (R), and Wisconsin State Assemblyman Timothy Ramthun (R). Mr. Evers and the winner of the Republican primary will take on unknown Joan Ellis Beglinger (I).

* = Going Away Party

Outstanding States:
May: Minnesota,
June: New Hampshire, Florida, Connecticut, Hawaii, Alaska, Kansas,
 
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