Votes by the state Elections Commission on Wednesday affected races in the 1st Congressional and 44th Assembly districts.
Candidates in the 1st Congresssional District and 44th Assembly District say they should be given a break because of pandemic restrictions.
Challenges to nominating signatures have been filed against the Republican challenger to Rep. Bryan Steil and one of the two Democrats running for the 1st District seat in Aug. 11 primaries.
The race for the Assembly District 45 seat will pit incumbent Rep. Mark Spreitzer, D-Beloit, against Republican challenger Tawny Gustina of Beloit.
The 32nd Assembly District race will feature a rematch in November between one of the top Republicans in the Assembly and a town of Delavan Democratic challenger who ran unsuccessfully in 2018.
The two candidates competing for the 43rd Assembly District seat agreed Wisconsin has done some things right in the fight against COVID-19 but had their own ideas about what should be done next.
Nine-year incumbent state Rep. Amy Loudenbeck will face off against a high school English teacher this fall.
Current city council member Sue Conley, a Democrat, and former city council member DuWayne Severson, a Republican, are running for the state Assembly seat alongside Reese Wood, a Libertarian.
An Elkhorn woman who has worked in the Walworth County Clerk of Courts Office and with the county’s corporation counsel has announced her run for the elected register of deeds post.
Reese Wood of Janesville has taken out papers to run for the 44th Assembly District seat.