From the email:

Last Tuesday was a great day for Democratic women in Wisconsin, where we sent Tammy Baldwin to the U.S. Senate, and elected several strong progressive women to the state legistature.

Our friends over at Emerge Wisconsin are looking for bright, self-motivated women who are committed to effective political leadership and are committed to run for elective office.

If you or anyone you know have been inspired by the election of U.S. Senator-Elect Tammy Baldwin and are considering a career in public service, the time to get involved is now. Emerge Wisconsin is accepting applications for its 2013 class until midnight tomorrow, November 14. You can find more information by clicking here: http://www.emergewi.org/training/application
Thanks,
Maggie Brickerman, Executive Director
Democratic Party of Wisconsin

P.S. Last Tuesday, 21 Emerge Alumnae were on the ballot. I want to once again extend our thanks to these wonderful women, and hope you’ll consider joining them.

State Senate:
Nikiya Harris, ’11 (6th Senate District)
Senator Jessica King ’07 (18th Senate District)
Tanya Lohr ’12 (20th Senate District)

State Assembly:
Mary Arnold ’12 (37th Assembly District)
Carol Beals ’10 (49th Assembly District)
Representative Penny Bernard Schaber ’07 (57th Assembly District)
Representative Jill Billings ’11 (95th Assembly District)
Dianne Hesselbein ’09 (79th Assembly District)
La Tonya Johnson ’12 (17th Assembly District)
Melissa Lemke ’11 (62nd Assembly District)
Maureen May-Grimm ’12 (51st Assembly District)
Diane Odeen ’12 (30th Assembly District)
Kim Peterson ’12 (32nd Assembly District)
Melissa Sargent ’12 (48th Assembly District)
Sarah Ann Shanahan ’10 (50th Assembly District)
Judy Smriga ’11 (68th Assembly District)
Melissa Sorenson ’11 (41st Assembly District)
Mandy Wright ’12 (85th Assembly District)
Rep. JoCasta Zamarripa, 10 (8th Assembly District)

County Clerk:
Ginny Dankmeyer ’12 (La Crosse)
Mary Schuch-Krebs ’08 (Kenosha)

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One Response to Last Day to Apply to Emerge Wisconsin

  1. Ed, thanks for sharing this. It’s no secret I’m a big fan of the work Emerge is doing here in Wisconsin, and I hope to see many more Emerge alumni on ballots across Wisconsin in the years to come.

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