Help Change Wisconsin
Assembly District 61
Send Amanda to Madison!
We need you! There are many ways to volunteer,
from door knocking to hosting fundraisers.
Here are some ways you can help:
Why do candidates need money? The answer is to reach voters!
Amanda is competing for the “open” Assembly seat formerly held by now Kenosha County Executive, Samantha Kerkman, for 22 years. To connect with constituents, she has to use a variety of methods such as direct mail, social media, a dedicated website, broadcast spots, print advertising, yard signs, and participation in special events. She needs your help to facilitate and fund effective ways to get to know residents of Wisconsin's 61st Assembly District.
If you are interested in hosting or attending a fundraiser for Amanda's campaign, please email:
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
By far, meeting voters and listening to concerns at their own front door is the most effective way to connect with constituents. This personalized approach to campaigning is a proven winning strategy.
In the Spring of 2022, Amanda knocked on over 2200 doors in District 16 from December through the April 5th election for her County Supervisor race. Talking to residents in these 5 wards was an invaluable effort toward making sure their top concerns are addressed moving forward. In both the primary and general elections, Amanda's margin of victory was in the double digits!
Door knocking also helps other conservative candidates on the ballot! Amanda's canvassing in the Spring contributed to wins in several other key races.
It's easy to contribute and every dollar helps! Just click Amanda’s DONATE STAR below to be directed to our online contribution form through Donorbox.org. Checks made out to “Friends and Neighbors of Amanda Nedweski” are welcome and appreciated at:
Friends & Neighbors
of Amanda Nedweski
P.O. Box 580593
Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158