United States House of Representatives Elections in Wisconsin, 2012
The United States House of Representatives Elections in Wisconsin, 2012 will take place on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. The Elections will be held to elect the eight U.S. Representatives delegation from the state of Wisconsin. Those elected in the this election will serve in the 113th United States Congress for a term of two years, from January 2013 till January 2015.
Incumbent Republican Paul Ryan has represented Wisconsin's 1st congressional district since 1999.
- Paul Ryan - incumbent
- Rob Zerban - member of the Kenosha County Board, former small business owner
July 21: Paul Ryan's campaign announces that they raised $894,000 in the second quarter of 2011. He has $3.8 million cash on hand.
July 15: Democrat Rob Zerban announces that his 2012 campaign has raised $220,000 in the second quarter of 2011. He has $205,000 in bank. It is interesting to note that Rob Zerband has raised more money in Q2 than any of Incubment Republican Paul Ryan's opponents in their entire election cycle.
Incumbent Democrat Tammy Baldwin is likely to run for the U.S. Senate. If Baldwin does not seek re-election, state senator Jon Erpenbach and state representatives Mark Pocan, Kelda Roys may run for the Democratic nomination.
Incumbent Ron Kind will run for re-election.
Incumbent Gwen Moore will run for re-election. Dan Sebring will seek the Republican nomination
- Gwen Moore - incumbent
Incumbent Jim Sensenbrenner will run for re-election
Republican incumbent Sean Duffy will seek re-election.
- Sean Duffy - incumbent
- Pat Kreitlow - former State Senator
Incumbent Reid Ribble will run for re-election
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