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ICYMI: Tammy Baldwin Campaigns Across Wisconsin One Year Out to Election Day 2024

ICYMI: Tammy Baldwin Campaigns Across Wisconsin One Year Out to Election Day 2024

In case you missed it, to mark one year out to Election Day 2024, Tammy Baldwin campaigned across the state to meet with grassroots supporters and highlight her commitment to working for Wisconsin. 

From championing her Made in America rules and lowering the price of prescription drugs to expanding health care for veterans and leading the national charge to restore reproductive freedoms, Wisconsinites can always count on Tammy to take on the biggest fights and win.


One Year to Win Tour:



Tammy kicked off the first day of her One Year to Win tour in South Central Wisconsin, where she celebrated the grand opening of the Richland County Democrats new office in Richland Center, Wisconsin. 

Tammy finished the first day of her One Year to Win tour in Madison where she held a roundtable with UW-Madison students to talk about the issues that matter most to youth voters heading into 2024.



On the second day of her tour, Tammy fired up supporters at canvass launches in all corners of the state.

For her first stop of the day, Tammy kicked off a canvass launch bright and early in Wausau, Wisconsin. From investing in clean water and securing public safety funding to standing up for our agricultural industries, Tammy is proud to be fighting for the issues that are important to Wausau’s working families. 

Tammy then traveled to Green Bay, Wisconsin for her second stop of the day. Before volunteers headed out to knock on doors for One Year to Win, Tammy talked about the work she’s been doing to defend our reproductive freedoms, make health care affordable, and bring more good paying jobs to the Fox Valley.

To cap off her statewide One Year to Win tour, Tammy ended her day at a canvass launch in Waukesha County where she laid out what’s on the ballot next year. 

While Democrats have made so much progress for Wisconsin’s working families, like lowering the costs of prescription drugs and creating good paying Made in Wisconsin jobs, there is still so much work to be done. From families struggling with rising costs to our 1849 abortion ban and right wing extremist threats to overturn the will of the people, it is all on the line in 2024. Next year, Tammy is going to be the fighter that Wisconsinites can count on to keep Wisconsin and our country moving forward.


See below for coverage on Tammy’s One Year to Win tour:

[NBC12, 11/2/23]

[ABC2, 11/5/23]

[CBS7, 11/6/23]