Meet the Candidate: Nenad Markovic (Wisconsin)

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Candidate Name: Nenad Markovic

What office are you running for?
Wisconsin State Assembly District 82

With which party are you running for office?
Democratic Party

Election Date
Partisan Primary Election: August 11, 2020. General Election: November 3, 2020

Why are you running for office?
I am running to ensure economic and social equity for all residents. To ensure that everyone has affordable healthcare, that we have a safer state to live in, and that we are doing everything we can to save our planet from the effects of climate change. I am running to ensure that children are getting the quality education that they deserve. Most importantly, I am running to ensure that all Wisconsinites have a voice and that all Wisconsinites get a fair shake.

What is the biggest issue facing your community and how do you propose helping?
The biggest issue facing our community is how we rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic. Coming out of the pandemic, I intend on fighting for an increase in the minimum wage and for expanded access to Medicaid. Our recovery must begin with the people on Main Street.

Do you have any kids/pets/talking houseplants?
I have been married to my wife, Elizabeth, for nine years and we have two children. Noah (7) and Sofia (4).

How can our readers get involved in your campaign?
Our website,, has a volunteer sign-up form, a direct link for any contributions, and a contact form for any specific questions or other information for people looking to reach out.

Candidate Social Media:
Website | Facebook | Twitter

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