2014 Wisconsin elections
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|Elections in Wisconsin|
The Wisconsin general elections, 2014 was held in the U.S. state of Wisconsin on November 4, 2014. All of Wisconsin's executive officers were up for election as well as Wisconsin's eight seats in the United States House of Representatives. Primary elections were held on August 12, 2014.
- 1 Governor and Lieutenant Governor
- 2 Attorney General
- 3 Secretary of State
- 4 Treasurer
- 5 United States House of Representatives
- 6 State Senate
- 7 State Assembly
- 8 References
Governor and Lieutenant Governor
Incumbent Republican Governor Scott Walker and Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, first elected in 2010, are running for re-election to a second term in office. Both Walker and Kleefisch also survived a recall attempt in 2012. They were unopposed in their respective primaries.
Democrat Mary Burke, Madison school board member and former Secretary of Commerce under Governor Jim Doyle, will run in the general election with running mate State Senator John Lehman. Burke and Lehman defeated Assemblyman Brett Hulsey and Mary Jo Walters respectively in the August 12 primary.
Libertarian Robert Burke (with running mate Joseph Brost) and Peoples Party candidate Dennis Fehr will also be on the ballot in November. Mary Jo Walters is also running a write-in campaign for governor after losing the Democratic primary for lieutenant governor.
Republican incumbent J. B. Van Hollen, first elected in 2006, is not seeking a third term in office.
- Susan Happ, Jefferson County District Attorney
- Jon Richards, Assemblyman
- Ismael Ozanne, Dane County District Attorney
- Brad Schimel, Waukesha County District Attorney (R)
- Susan Happ, Jefferson County District Attorney (D)
- Thomas Nelson (L)
|Marquette University||October 23–26, 2014||1,164 LV||± 3%||43.1%||38.7%||0.9%||17.3%|
|1,409 RV||± 2.7%||39.5%||39.5%||1.1%||19.8%|
|WPR/St. Norbert College||October 18–21, 2014||525||± 4.4%||41%||40%||—||19%|
|Marquette University||October 9–12, 2014||803 LV||± 3.5%||41.5%||41.5%||—||17%|
|1,004 RV||± 3.2%||39.1%||39%||0.2%||21.7%|
|Marquette University||September 25–28, 2014||585 LV||± 4.1%||40.9%||38.7%||1.1%||19.3%|
|801 RV||± 3.5%||36.9%||37.4%||1%||24.5%|
|Marquette University||September 11–14, 2014||589 LV||± 4.1%||41.9%||40.6%||0.4%||17%|
|800 RV||± 3.5%||38.3%||38.7%||1%||22%|
|Marquette University||August 21–24, 2014||609 LV||± 4.1%||32%||42.5%||0.6%||24.9%|
|815 RV||± 3.5%||32.8%||39.5%||0.7%||27.1%|
Secretary of State
Incumbent Democrat Doug La Follette, first elected in 1982 (and also serving from 1975–1979), is running for a ninth non-consecutive term.
- Incumbent Doug La Follette ran unopposed for the Democratic nomination.
- Julian Bradley, Telecommunications manager
- Garey Bies, Assemblyman
- Doug La Follette, Incumbent (D)
- Julian Bradley, Telecommunications manager (R)
- Andy Craig, Deputy Director, Wisconsin Liberty Coalition (L)
- Jerry Broitzman (C)
La Follette (D)
|Gravis Marketing||October 3–4, 2014||837||± 3%||44%||43%||13%|
|Gravis Marketing||September 22–23, 2014||908||± 3%||50%||37%||13%|
|Gravis Marketing||July 31–August 2, 2014||1,346||± 3%||46%||39%||15%|
Incumbent Republican Kurt W. Schuller, first elected in 2011, is not seeking a second term.
- Matt Adamczyk, legislative staffer
- Randall Melchert, attorney
- Matt Adamczyk, legislative staffer (R)
- Dave Sartori, former Greenfield alderman (D)
- Jerry Shidell, former Rhinelander mayor (L)
- Andrew Zuelke, businessman (C)
- Ron Hardy, Winnebago County Supervisor (G)
United States House of Representatives
All 8 of Wisconsin's congressional districts will be up for election in November. All eight incumbent Representatives are running for reelection, save for District 6, where incumbent Tom Petri is retiring.
17 of the Wisconsin State Senate's 33 seats are up for election in November.
|Last election (2012)||18||15||33|
|Before this election||17||15||32|
All 99 seats of the Wisconsin State Assembly are up for election in November. 21 Assemblymen (14 Republicans, 7 Democrats) are not seeking re-election.
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
|Before 2014 elections||60||39||99||0|
|Latest voting share||61%||39%|
- "Wisconsin 2014 fall primary election results". Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
- "Should error disqualify Gravis poll from Wisconsin governor's race poll averaging model?". The Cap Times. October 3, 2014. Retrieved October 6, 2014.
- Includes a seat vacated by Republican Neal Kedzie in June 2014.