Phillip N. Anderson

Governor of Wisconsin
Donation Site:
Twitter: @4PhilAnderson


Bio: Phil Anderson is a Libertarian candidate for Governor of WI, is currently Chair of the Libertarian Party of WI, and is the host of the Phil is a realtor with First Weber Realty, a veteran of the US Army, a lifelong resident of Wisconsin, and graduate of UW-Madison, currently residing in Fitchburg.

Team Guv seeks to:

  • INCREASE LOCAL CONTROL. Local municipalities, counties, and school boards ought to be as free as possible to pursue the priorities of their communities without interference from the State. State regulation ought to be limited to those things that only the State should do. All unfunded mandates should be eliminated.
  • GROW WISCONSIN FROM WITHIN. By eliminating regulatory hurdles, anti-competitive licensing, and excessive taxation, we can create new jobs and new business opportunities in every community. Rather than focusing on taxpayer giveaways and corporate welfare, Wisconsin should create a business environment with a level playing field that rewards innovation, quality services and goods, and hard work.
  • ELIMINATE THE INCOME TAX. Unchecked growth of government is fueled by overly broad taxation. Tax cuts alone are not enough to permanently reduce the role of government in people’s lives, taxation itself should be limited as much as possible.



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Lt. Governor of Wisconsin
Donation site: 

Twitter: @baird4ltgovernorwi 


Bio: Patrick Baird is an author, patient advocate, and U.S. Navy veteran. He was born in Fort Atkinson and has lived and worked all around the state. He is a graduate of UW-Milwaukee and a resident of Madison.





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Wisconsin State Assembly district 6.

Mailed Donations: Payable to: Hammond for Assembly
W6797 County Road CCC Shawano WI. 54166.

Mike Hammond is a lifelong resident of the Shawano area and a graduate of Shawano High School. Mike has been involved in farming and agriculture, dairy, beef, crops, vegetables, and greenhouse up until recently. Now he decided to take a little time off and run for public office. He has been a member of several local cooperatives and served as director and officer of one and has been a longtime member of his local township's planning and zoning committee. His family includes wife Nancy, two children and five grandchildren plus a dog.

Campaign goals include:

  • Power to Parents: Expand school choice statewide
  • End corporate welfare, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation
  • Sunset dates on all spending programs


Matthew Bughman


Wisconsin State Assembly District 7 
Donation Link:

Mail Donations: Payable to: Bughman for Assembly
2732 S.47th St. Milwaukee WI, 53219

Matthew is running for Wisconsin’s 7th District State Assembly Seat, which is made up of portions of Southwest Milwaukee, Greenfield, West Allis, and West Milwaukee.

Matthew offers the Wisconsinites of District Seven an honest option in the political landscape. An option that values and respects the individual, their rights, and places them in control of their lives. An option that will promote ingenuity and success and not stymie it with taxes and regulations. 

Matthew as a law enforcement officer has seen firsthand how the misguided legislation from both old parties has hurt the citizens of Milwaukee County. He and the Libertarian Party want to offer a clear path forward, a path for free people to make a free Wisconsin! 

Matthew resides in the Jackson Park Neighborhood of Milwaukee with his wife (Anna) and three young sons (Liam, Emmett, and Rowan). A graduate of Marian University (Fond Du Lac WI), he has worked as a Police officer and most recently as a Detective in the Milwaukee Police Dept. in both patrol and Investigative rolls for the past ten years. Matthew is a member in good standing with the Milwaukee Police Association (MPA) and the Law Enforcement Action Partnership (LEAP).



Reese Wood

State Assembly District 45
Twitter: @RW4WIA 
Website: TBA
Donation page: TBA

Reese has lived, worked, and currently raises his family in the 45th district. He plans on staying here. He believes we cannot continue to tolerate the burden of partisan politics, excessive government, and lack of real solutions. Lack of representation has had more than a fiscal impact, the social impact has been disastrous. People, not politics, are the solution.

Too many elected representatives have not consideredhow to utilize technology, communication, and representation to YOUR full advantage. Inefficient representation leads to money leaving local communities, only to come up short when funds are truly needed for essential local demands. 

The Wood for Assembly campaign advocates for :

  • Personal liberty,
  • Economic freedom,
  • Limited government

"I know the people of the 45th. We can figure out how to meet our demands. We can provide jobs, opportunity, and real value now and for future generations. Working together we can reduce government with peaceful and prosperous results."



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State Assembly 14th District.  Brookfield, Milwaukee and Wauwatosa.
Campaign website:
Twitter: @Braun4Assembly 
Campaign donation links: www.PayPal.Me/Braun4assembly 

Rick Braun is running for Wisconsin’s 14th District State Assembly Seat, which is made up of portions of Brookfield, Wauwatosa and Milwaukee. He currently resides in the Golden Valley Neighborhood of Milwaukee with his wife (Melissa) and their two young children (Iona and DJ).

Rick is a Marine Corps veteran and has graduated from American Military University with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration, and is currently completing a Master’s in Political Science.

Rick has also worked for many years as a manager and supervisor for warehousing and logistics and has seen firsthand how our current employment laws which claim to protect workers’ rights actually do more harm to those workers. That includes wages, hours worked, employment practices, and how having health insurance attached to your employment benefits can have negative consequences to healthcare.

The Braun for Assembly campaign goals include:

  • Limit state government
  • Reform taxes
  • Protect the right to keep and bear arms
  • Balance the state budget

Kevin.pngKevin Bauer

2nd District Wisconsin Assembly. De Pere, Wisconsin


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Brian Corriea

Assembly District 29








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  • Nate Watkins
    commented 2018-04-16 14:45:22 -0500
    are you guys gonna update the list now that the convention is over?
  • Sammy Swanson
    commented 2018-01-11 18:22:58 -0600
    I can definitely relate to Brian Defferding’s problem with needing to have a permit to build a fence in his backyard, especially as I help run a landscaping business that builds fences every month and it’s always a hassle making sure everything is okay under regulation. But that alone is no reason to run for government! I don’t want to intrude on anyone’s opinion with this comment but I just felt like I needed to say something because it’s rather funny. With all sincerity I hope whoever gets elected has a balance between kindheartedness and qualification. There looks like some good candidates up there!

    Thanks for letting me share my thoughts.
    Sammy Swanson
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  • Tyler Danke
    commented 2017-07-31 12:12:13 -0500
    Dear Detained, We have not yet announced a 2018 candidate for US Senate. We do have several strong Candidates announced for 2018 and we are always recruiting more candidates. Would you be interested in volunteering to help a campaign or recruiting candidates? If so contact Candidates and Campaigns Committee Chair Phil Anderson at
  • Detained Amibeing
    commented 2017-07-10 22:14:20 -0500
    You guys gonna announce a 2018 candidate for Senate or what?