It's election time again which means we have more Emerge Wisconsin Alumnae running for office! This spring, Emerge is proud to announce that we have thirteen Emerge Wisconsin Alumnae running in the Spring elections of 2013!
Check out the alumnae to the left and below to see if there is an alumnae on your ballot this spring.
Don't Forget - Primary Election Day is February 19 and General Election Day is April 2.
Here are the candidates:
Mary Arnold (Class of 2012) is running for re-election to the Columbus School Board
Tammy Bockhorst (Class of 2012) is running for Shorewood Village Trustee
Sue Ellingson (Class of 2007) is running for re-election for Madison City Council District 13
Celestine Jeffreys (Class of 2007) is running for re-election for Green Bay School Board
Ellen Lindgren (Class of 2010) is running for re-election for Middleton-Cross Plains School Board, Area IV
Diane Odeen (Class of 2012) is running for River Falls City Council
Paula Reaves (Class of 2012) is running for Wisconsin Rapids City Council
Sarah Ann Shanahan (Class of 2010) is running for re-election for Clerk of the Town of Fountain
Judy Smriga (Class of 2012) is running for Thorp City Council
Lisa Subeck (Class of 2009) is running for re-election for Madison City Council District 1
Anita Weier (Class of 2010) is running for re-election for Madison City Council District 18
Anissa Welch (Class of 2012) is running for re-election for Milton City Council
Claire Zautke (Class of 2012) is running for Milwaukee Public School Board District 7
Do you want to continue seeing more Democratic women run for elected office? Here are a few ways you can help make that happen:
Recommend a Woman to Emerge - If you know a woman you believe should run for office, please let her know about Emerge. Also share her information with us so we can include her in any future application and class updates. Send her name, location and contact information (phone, email) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become a monthly contributor - This is an easy way to support Emerge and the women we train. You can go to our website (www.EmergeWI.org) and make this contribution monthly.
Bring Emerge Wisconsin to you - Emerge will be hitting the road soon, traveling Wisconsin, talking about the importance of running for office and recruiting our future Emerge alumnae! If you would like to have Emerge come speak to your group, email us at email@example.com.
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Thank you again for your continued support!
In the interest of full disclosure, I do work for Emerge WI and am damn proud of that.