U. S. Senator Darrell Williams (Democratic) Too poor to be born in a hospital but birthed instead by a midwife in the backwoods surrounded by cotton fields in Abbeville, Mississippi, Williams says he learned the value of hard work and discipline as a child working in the field, making $2 for every 100 pounds of cotton. One of six children, he strongly sup ports increasing the minimum wage from his own experience and that of family. Williams is a veteran, administrator and educator who was named the 2013 National Principal of the Year. He vows to fight for bet – ter veterans benefits, support the right to bear arms, support educators and advocate for higher teacher pay, support women’s right to choose, work on behalf of senior citizens and more. A full platform can be found at williamsworksforwisconsin. com. Finally, appearing on the ballot for U. S. Senator on the Democratic ticket but with- drawn from the race are Alex Lasry, Sarah Godlewski and Tom Nelson. All three have endorsed Barnes as the man to replace Sen. Ron Johnson at Washington.
Information compiled by Joseph Back
Darrell Williams (Democratic)