For Our Future Completes Historic Spring Program


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April 6, 2022


For Our Future Wisconsin Completes Historic Door-Knocking Program in Support of Candidates Across Wisconsin

“I am proud of the work that our team did…”

WISCONSIN — Following yesterday’s elections across the state of Wisconsin, For Our Future Wisconsin (FOF-WI) today announced it completed the most geographically expansive door-knocking program in its organization’s history. From February 14th through Election Day, FOF-WI knocked on tens of thousands of doors in every corner of the state in support of progressive candidates.

“I am proud of the work that our team did on behalf of pro-worker and pro-public education candidates,” said FOF-WI State Director Peter Drummond. “This was the largest geographic program that For Our Future Wisconsin has ever run. It not only helped deliver key victories to help move Wisconsin forward on the local level, but it also gears us up for the work ahead leading up to November.”

Nineteen of thirty candidates supported by FOF-WI won their elections.

Through the program, FOF-WI also engaged with and educated voters about Governor Tony Evers’ policies — part of a continuing and increasing effort to support his administration’s legislative agenda and his re-election in November.

Over 40 FOF-WI staff organized and communicated with voters in 13 counties in Southern Wisconsin, the Fox Valley, the Coulee Region, and Central Wisconsin.

FOF-WI has been organizing on the ground in Wisconsin since 2016 in support of progressive policies and candidates, including President Biden in 2020, Governor Evers and U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin in 2018, and dozens of congressional, state legislative, and local candidates.


Paid for by For Our Future Wisconsin, a project of For Our Future Action Fund. For Our Future Wisconsin is a progressive organizing hub that works to mobilize Wisconsinites on issues and elections and empower them to create lasting change that benefits working families and communities.