From the desk of Wisconsin Family Action PAC (WFA-PAC) Director Julaine Appling:

Pro-Family PAC-Endorsed Candidates Victorious Statewide

Madison—Wisconsin Family Action PAC (WFA PAC) is very pleased that over 75% of its endorsed candidates won last night. WFA PAC director Julaine Appling issued the following statement:

“The 35 WFA-PAC endorsed candidates who won in yesterday’s election received our endorsement because they are people of integrity who share the values of WFA PAC. We congratulate them and looking forward to working with them on policies that strengthen Wisconsin’s and America’s best natural resource—our traditional families.

“WFA PAC stands firmly committed to the truth of the importance of strengthening and preserving marriage, family, life and liberty in our state and our nation. Nothing about last night’s election has changed our resolve. We are heartened that so many good people who share that belief will be serving in our state legislature and returning to the US House of Representatives.”

US House of Representatives** 
F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr., CD 5
State Senate
Luther Olsen, SD 14
Rick Gudex, SD 18
Glenn Grothman, SD 20
Mary Lazich, SD 28
State Assembly
André Jacque, AD 2
Rob Hutton, AD 13
Dale Kooyenga, AD 14
Joe Sanfelippo, AD 15
Mark Honadel, AD 21
Jim Ott, AD 23
Dan Knodl, AD 24
Paul Tittl, AD 25
Michael Endsley, AD 26
Erik Severson, AD 28
Dean Knudson, AD 30
Steve Nass, AD 33
Robert Swearingen, AD 34
Mary Cazja, AD 35
Mark Born, AD 39
Howard Marklein, AD 51
Jeremy Thiesfeldt, AD 52
Michael Schraa, AD 53
David Murphy, AD 56
Dan LeMahieu, AD 59
Duey Strobel, AD 60
Tom Larson, AD 67
Kathleen Bernier, AD 68
Scott Suder, AD 69
Scott Krug, AD 72
David Craig, AD 83
John Spiros, AD 86
Paul Farrow, AD 98
Chris Kapenga, AD 99

WFA PAC endorses and supports candidates who strengthen

and preserve marriage, family, life and liberty in Wisconsin.



  1. Shirley Simuncak says:

    It boggles the mind that we elect those who stand up for family values in our State, and then elect Tammy Baldwin for Senator. Scott Walker says it is because Wisconsinites are “independent”. I say we are independent, then, to our own peril.

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