64% of American Majority Trained New Leaders Win
Following yesterday’s Spring General Election, 44 American Majority Trained New Leaders were elected. With 69 Trained New Leaders on the ballot, the 44 winners make an impressive 64% American Majority win rate. This total includes 4 judges, 26 County Board Supervisors, 9 Municipal Level Leaders, and 5 School Board Members. The highlight of the night came in Kenosha, where Dan Wade came in first place in the Kenosha Unified School Board election and defeated an Incumbent who was part of the majority, which voted for an allegedly illegal union contract.
American Majority is actively building a farm team of New Leaders at all levels of government. The local level of government is often where the most impact is felt directly by voters. By building the farm team at this level, citizens can see the most change. Over the last year, American Majority has worked with local leaders to build a farm team across the country and now has over 1,300 groups or individuals who have signed the New Leaders Pledge, and over 28,000 individuals trained throughout the states. American Majority will continue to train New Leaders to run for all levels of office.
Matt Batzel, the Executive Director of American Majority Wisconsin’s office, said, “Congratulations to all the winners! After yesterday’s election, we now have over 100 trained New Leaders who have been elected since opening our Wisconsin office in October 2010. Last night, we saw the Kenosha Unified School Board and Menomonee Falls Village Board flipped from liberal majorities to conservative control and progress is being made across the state.”