blaise-blog/voting record


Blaise Thompson's personal voting record.

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2020-08-11 partisan primary

Representative In Congress District 2 - Democratic
☑ Mark Pocan

State Senator District 26 - Democratic
☐ Aisha Moe
☑ Nada Elmikashfi
☐ Amani Latimer Burris
☐ Brian Benford
☐ Kelda Helen Roys
☐ William Henry Davis III
☐ John Imes

Representative To The Assembly District 76 - Democratic
☐ Heather Driscoll
☐ Dewey Bredeson
☑ Tyrone Cratic Williams
☐ Francesca Hong
☐ Nicki Vander Meulen
☐ Marsha A. Rummel
☐ Ali Maresh

Dane County District Attorney - Democratic
☑ Ismael Ozanne

Dane County Clerk - Democratic
☑ Scott McDonell

Dane County Treasurer - Democratic
☑ Adam Gallagher

Dane County Register Of Deeds - Democratic
☑ Kristi Chlebowski

2020-11-03 general election

President of the United States
☑ Joe Biden / Kamala Harris
☐ Donald Trump / Mike Pence
☐ Jo Jorgensen / Spike Cohen
☐ Brian Carroll / Amar Patel
☐ Don Blankenship / William Mohr

United States House of Representatives
☑ Mark Pocan

Wisconsin State Senate (District 26)
☑ Kelda Roys

Wisconsin State Assembly (District 76)
☑ Francesca Hong

2021-02-16 Spring Primary

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Candidate My Vote Won
Jill Underly
X
Deborah Kerr
X
Steve Krull
Shandowlyon Shawn Hendricks-Williams
X
Troy Gunderson
Joe Fendrick
Sheila Briggs

Steve Krull wants to limit college tuition, eliminate student debt.

Joe Fendrick doesn't have concrete policy proposals on his website.

Deborah Kerr, filed a complaint stating Hendricks-Williams’ nomination papers should be invalidated... because she used “Dr.” ahead of her name on her nomination papers and because her address on the papers doesn’t match her address on her campaign registration statement. Another candidate, assistant state superintendent Sheila Briggs, tweeted her support for Hendricks-Williams’ candidacy Tuesday, saying Hendricks-Williams earned her title and shouldn’t be punished for using it.

2021-04-06 Spring Election

State Superintendent Of Public Instruction

Candidate My Vote Won
Jill Underly X
Deborah Kerr
Write In

Dane County Circuit Court Judge Branch 2

Candidate My Vote Won
Josann M. Reynolds X
Write In

Dane County Circuit Court Judge Branch 6

Candidate My Vote Won
Nia Trammell X
Write In

Dane County Circuit Court Judge Branch 7

Candidate My Vote Won
Mario D. White X
Write In

Dane County Circuit Court Judge Branch 9

Candidate My Vote Won
Jacob B. Frost X
Write In

Dane County Circuit Court Judge Branch 10

Candidate My Vote Won
Juan B. Colás X
Write In

Dane County Circuit Court Judge Branch 12

Candidate My Vote Won
Chris Taylor X
Write In

Dane County Circuit Court Judge Branch 17

Candidate My Vote Won
David Conway X
Write In

Dane County Executive

Candidate My Vote Won
Mary Ann Nicholson
Joe Parisi X
Write In

Nicholson dropped out after the death of her husband.

Madison Alderperson District 13

Candidate My Vote Won
David Hoffert
Tag Evers X
Write In

David Hoffert dropped out for family medical reasons.

Recieved advert from Tag Evers

Madison Municipal Judge

Candidate My Vote Won
Daniel P. Koval X
Write In

Madison Metropolitan School District School Board Member - Seat 1

Candidate My Vote Won
Maia Pearson X
Write In

Madison Metropolitan School District School Board Member - Seat 2

Candidate My Vote Won
Savion Castro X
Write In

City of Madison Referendum Question 1

Madison currently has a part-time Common Council with members who are paid approximately thirteen-thousand seven hundred dollars ($13,700) per year. Beginning with the 2023 Spring Election, SHOULD the City of Madison transition to a full-time Common Council with each Common Council member earning between fifty percent (50%) to eighty percent (80%) of the Adjusted Median Income for Dane County for a single parent with two children (approximately $45,000 to $71,000 per year)?

Option My Vote Won
Yes X
No

City of Madison Referendum Question 2

Madison currently has a part-time Common Council comprised of twenty (20) alderpersons, one from each alderperson district. Beginning with the 2023 Spring Election, SHOULD the size of the City of Madison Common Council:

Option My Vote Won
be recuced?
be increased?
remain the same? X

City of Madison Referendum Question 3

Madison alderpersons are currently elected to two (2) year terms. The Madison Mayor is currently elected to four (4) year terms. Beginning with the 2023 Spring Election, SHOULD City of Madison alderpersons be elected to four (4) year terms?

Option My Vote Won
Yes
No X

City of Madison Referendum Question 4

Madison alderpersons are currently not subject to term limits. Beginning with the 2023 Spring Election, if the City transitions to a full-time Common Council SHOULD the City of Madison alderpersons be subject to term limits of twelve (12) consecutive years?

Option My Vote Won
Yes X
No

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