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Sarah Godlewski: Wisconsin women will not go back to 1849

I remember exactly where I was when Roe v. Wade was overturned. I was traveling to Appleton for a campaign event, and I was on the phone with my Mom. We were horrified by the news, and my Mom said, “Sarah, we cannot go backward, and know this is why you are running for office!”
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Saying goodbye to Sarah Godlewski

It was a bittersweet moment on Friday when State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski ended her U.S. Senate campaign. It was a week of rapid realignment, with Outagamie County Executive Tom Nelson dropping out and backing  Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes on Monday and Milwaukee Bucks executive Alex Lasry following suit on Wednesday. With Democrats consolidating behind Barnes, […] The post Saying goodbye to Sarah Godlewski appeared first on Wisconsin Examiner.
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Wisconsin treasurer Sarah Godlewski drops Senate bid

Wisconsin Treasurer Sarah Godlewski dropped out of the state's Democratic U.S. Senate primary Friday, clearing the path for Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes to win the nomination on Aug. 9. Barnes is going to be the party's nominee to take on Republican Senator Ron Johnson, a top target for Democrats this...
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Sarah Godlewski ends Senate bid in Wisconsin, clearing path for Barnes

Wisconsin Treasurer Sarah Godlewski on Friday ended her bid for the Democratic Senate nomination in the state and endorsed her main rival, Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes. Godlewski’s decision effectively clears the way for Barnes to become the Democratic nominee to take on Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) in November. Two other top candidates in the primary, Outagamie County Executive Tom Nelson and Milwaukee Bucks executive Alex Lasry, suspended their campaigns earlier this week and endorsed Barnes.
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Sarah Godlewski withdraws from Wisconsin U.S. Senate Democratic primary, clearing path for Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes

FITCHBURG - State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski dropped out of the Democratic U.S. Senate primary Friday, clearing the field of major contenders for the party's presumptive nominee, Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes. Barnes will face Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson in November. If elected, Barnes would be the state's first Black senator.  ...
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Sarah Godlewski out, Wisconsin Senate race; backs Mandela Barnes

MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin Treasurer Sarah Godlewski dropped out of the state's Democratic U.S. Senate primary Friday, the third candidate to bow out this week, making Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes the clear front-runner to face Republican Sen. Ron Johnson. The race in battleground Wisconsin, which Donald Trump narrowly won in...
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Sarah Godlewski drops out of Wisconsin Senate race

State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski is dropping out of the Wisconsin Democratic Senate primary and endorsing Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, her campaign announced Friday. “It’s clear that if we want to finally send Ron Johnson packing, we must all get behind Mandela Barnes and fight together. I’m proud of what our 72-county campaign has accomplished, and while I may not be on the ballot this November, every issue we fought to bring front and center will be,” Godlewski said in a statement.
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Statement: Sarah Godlewski is suspending U.S. Senate campaign

(WSAW) - Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes issued a statement Friday morning in what he called Sarah Godlewski’s decision to suspend her campaign and endorse him. State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski and Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes were both running for U.S. Senate on the Democratic ticket. Godlewski has a media briefing...
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Sarah Godlewski suspends U.S. Senate bid, endorses Mandela Barnes

Wisconsin Treasurer and Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Sarah Godlewski is suspending her campaign and endorsing Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, the two campaigns confirmed Friday. Godlewski’s decision to drop out of the race, first reported by the Cap Times, comes just days after fellow front-runners Outagamie County Executive Tom Nelson and Milwaukee Bucks executive Alex Lasry also ended their bids and endorsed Barnes.
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