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For four years, progressives across the country have been building to this
moment. We marched, signed petitions, called elected officials and
organized.Thanks to that work, voters came together this election season
to turn out in record numbers.
This election, we the people proved nothing will stop us from making our
voices heard and our votes counted, despite the coronavirus that has left
more than 200,000 of our loved ones dead and the greatest economic crisis
since the Great Depression.
With every hour that passes, more absentee votes are being counted and it
is becoming clear that Joe Biden will be the next President of the United
States. More Americans have voted for Joe Biden than any candidate in
American history and his total vote lead will likely grow to over six
million votes. Here in Wisconsin, Joe Biden was just declared the winner
by more than 20,000 votes. On the state level, we have achieved our goal
of protecting the Governor’s veto, preventing a supermajority in the
Senate and picking up two seats in the Assembly.
Making Joe Biden the next President of the United States and preserving
Governor Tony Evers’ veto is a huge accomplishment, but we know there’s
still more work to be done. Wisconsin is facing a COVID-19 outbreak that
gets worse every day, high unemployment, and unacceptable racial
While those challenges are great, these past few months have shown that
when we unite across our differences, we can deliver a future where all
Wisconsinites can thrive.