September 20,2022

“The ignorance of one voter in a democracy impairs the security of all.” - John F Kennedy

Hello Tim,

The midterms really are just 48 days away!! 

Now that we have your attention, we need all hands on deck! Talk to friends, family, neighbors. Donate, organize, and speak up about reproductive freedom and protecting democracy. It’s so vital.

How important is November 8? Consider this. . . 


MILWAUKEE — A new Marquette Law School Poll survey of Wisconsin voters finds close races for governor and for the U.S. Senate.

Among likely voters, in his race for reelection, Sen. Ron Johnson, a Republican, is supported by 49%, while his Democratic opponent, Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, is the choice of 48%. In August, immediately after the primary election, Johnson trailed Barnes by 7 percentage points, 52% to 45%, among likely voters. All vote results include undecided voters who lean to a candidate.

In the governor’s race, 47% of likely voters support Democratic Gov. Tony Evers, while 44% favor Republican Tim Michels. The independent candidate, Joan Beglinger, is chosen by 5%, with 3% who don’t know. Beglinger ended her campaign on Sept. 6 but will remain on the November ballot. In the Marquette Law School Poll’s August survey, Evers received 48%, Michels 44%, and Beglinger 4% among likely voters


Every vote could be crucial in this election! We know what is at stake.

If Wisconsin loses Tony Evers, there will be no protection against what has been deemed the most radically right legislature in the country. 

If Ron Johnson is elected, the US Senate may well go Republican. We will be saddled with "Wisconsin’s Greatest National Embarrassment Since Joseph McCarthy: He Represents Racism, Supremacy and Bigotry"

Here are 6 ways how you can secure a blue wave on election day and help protect our democracy. 

#1. VOTE! There is no more important pledge you can make than to vote in EVERY election. 

#2. Help you local progressive group turn out every progressive vote in your community. Your Mount Horeb Progressive Trolls will be canvassing every weekend from now to the election. (See Information below)

#3. Mentor a new voter. 

#4 Write a letter to the editor. Use your voice to endorse progressive champions. 

#5. Volunteer to work at your local polling place the day of the election. 

#6. Plant a yard sign. Yard Signs for Evers and/or Barnes. Call Carol Larsen 608-437-3966, Or Jennifer Gottwald 608-437-1974 for information. 

Canvassing for Talking to Dem voters who may not usually vote in Midterm 

9 am and noon for all Saturdays. Noon for all Sundays. Staging location will be posted few days prior. We may have an office in Mt Horeb!, Working on it!

Oct 1,2,

Oct 8,9

Oct 15,16

Oct 22,23

Oct 29, 30

Nov 5,6


Call Carol Larsen 608-437-3966, or

Jennifer Gottwald 608-437-1974


Reach out and mentor a young adult on

the importance of voting!

Disinformation In Democracy: Identifying and Fighting It

Join us at 6 p.m. CT on Oct. 3 for "Disinformation In Democracy: Identifying & Fighting It," a webinar looking at disinformation in the news. We will talk about the media landscape, ways to identify trustworthy news sources, how to practice good judgment, fact-checking your friends and family, and more. There will be a Q&A at the end. 
Our speaker, Dee Hall co-founded the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism. She joined the staff as managing editor in June 2015. She is responsible for the Center’s daily news operations. She worked at the Wisconsin State Journal for 24 years as an editor and reporter focusing on projects and investigations.

Vote Dammit!

Want to help support your local progressive organization?
Please consider a donation to SWWAP.
Send check made out to SWWAP to:
SWWAP Treasurer, Carol Larsen
9593 Overland Rd, Mount Horeb WI, 53572

For more information on funding opportunities, contact