DUNN COUNTY DEMOCRATS
VOTE! In the Wisconsin Spring General Election
Support local school board and Wisconsin State Supreme Court candidates in the general election on April 4, 2023!
Vote early and in-person March 21 – April 2!
Check out this list of early voting locations and contact your municipal clerk to get going!
Do you want to be a Dunn County delegate at the 3rd Congressional District Conference this year?
Any current (dues-paid) member of the Dunn County Democrats can sign up to be a delegate to the 3rd Congressional District Convention on April 30 in Black River Falls. Sign up by clicking the button below and we’ll follow up!
Upholding Progressive Principles
Unity with the Community
We are dedicated to upholding progressive principles and improving the lives of all people in Dunn County. The Dunn County Democratic Party is a locally-controlled volunteer-run organization. We rely on volunteer time, membership dues and individual donations to help us serve the community.
Don’t miss our next membership meeting, everyone is welcome.
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We are looking for volunteers to help up promote the Dunn County Democrats, organize events, and reach out to voters in our community.
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Why vote for Democrats?
From Wisconsin Members of the Democratic Party
Laurel is an artist, author of a children’s book, and a mom. Laurel was not especially interested in politics but she has recently gotten involved. She is inspired by her daughter’s interest in politics, and also because of the urgency she’s feeling about what kind of world her kids will grow up in.
Andy is a farmer and educator. He leads annual trips to Central America with a farming non-profit and has seen first-hand the impacts of climate change. He is dedicated to making a difference through teaching, storytelling, and showing up to make a difference in our community.
Elizabeth is on the board of the Dunn County Democrats and believes in the power of community building. She is a nurse and cares about making sure all people have easy access to affordable health care. She works to build connections with others and create organizations that are resilient and just.