Wisconsin 2022 partisan primary election results

Tabulation of the 2022 partisan primary election in Wisconsin will start after 8 p.m. CDT on Tuesday, August 9.

There are multiple prominent state-level contested primaries in the election. These include:

  • U.S. Senate: The Democratic candidates on the ballot are Mandela Barnes, Sarah Godlewski, Alex Lasry, Kou Lee, Tom Nelson, Steven Olikara, Peter Peckarsky and Darrell Williams. (Godlewski, Lasry and Nelson dropped out of the race but their names remain on the ballot.) The Republican candidates on the ballot are Ron Johnson and David Schroeder.
  • Governor: The Republican candidates on the ballot are Adam Fischer, Rebecca Kleefisch, Tim Michels, Kevin Nicholson and Timothy Ramthun. (Nicholson dropped out of the race but his name remains on the ballot.)
  • Attorney General: The Republican candidates on the ballot are Adam Jarchow and Eric Toney.

There are also contested primaries in six of Wisconsin’s eight seats in the U.S. House of Representatives:

  • District 2: The Republican candidates on the ballot are Charity Barry and Erik Olsen.
  • District 3: The Democratic candidates on the ballot are Rebecca Cooke, Deb McGrath, Mark A. Neumann and Brad Pfaff.
  • District 4: The Republican candidates on the ballot are Travis Clark and Tim Rogers.
  • District 6: The Republican candidates on the ballot are incumbent Glenn Grothman and Douglas Mullenix.
  • District 7: The Republican candidates on the ballot are David Kunelius and incumbent Tom Tiffany.
  • District 8: The Republican candidates on the ballot are Shaun Clarmont and incumbent Mike Gallagher.

There are contested primaries for seats in the Wisconsin Legislature. In the state Assembly, which has 99 total districts and all are up in the 2022 general election, there are Democratic and Republican primaries in fewer than one-third of these seats. In the state Senate, which has 33 total districts of which 17 are up in the 2022 general election, there are partisan primaries in seven seats.

The winners of these primaries and unopposed candidates will move on to the 2022 general election on November 8.