Amanda is a great candidate but she can’t get her ads on television until mid October unless she has more donations.  Like other counties in the 8th Congressional District, we have painted signs for her.  Donate below:

Amanda is spending every hour she can getting around the district to meet voters — with masks and good social distancing, of course!

Just last weekend we were out placing yard signs around the district so that voters know just how much support there is for Amanda.

And finally, we’re running digital ads to reach voters on an even wider scale. In fact, just last week, we released an ad featuring Amanda’s grandmother (you can watch it here).
All of these campaign activities are necessary to winning on November 3, but they all have a cost. And, since Amanda is refusing to take corporate PAC money, we rely on your support to buy gas, print yard signs, and run digital ads.
Right now, we’re looking to raise another $11,258 before the end of the quarter at midnight on Wednesday. Can we count on you to chip in $10 or $15 today?
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Amanda Stuck is a Wisconsin State Representative and working mom running to represent Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District. She’s running to make sure the voices of working families in Northeast Wisconsin are represented in Washington.


Sarnwick/Stuck Event

Richard Sarnwick and Amanda Stuck invite you to an event.

Friday, September 18th

4:30-7:00 pm

Franklin Park, Shawano, WI

Come for some conversation and a sundae cone.

Extended Office Hours

  • Tuesday 10 – 5
  • Wednesday 10 – 5
  • Thursday 10 – 8
  • Friday 10 – 5
  • Saturday 10 – 5


We now have signs for the following:

  • Biden /Harris
  • Amanda Stuck
  • Richard Sarnwick
  • Ed Vocke
  • Aaron Damrau
  • “We Support the Post Office”
  • “Veterans for Biden” (new)

The office is located across from Perkin’s driveway.  Look for the flags.


Register to Vote! Request Absentee Ballot! Update your Mailing Address!

Absentee Voters:  Return your ballot by Mid-October. Two Signatures are Needed: #1 Yours #2 a Witness

Go ONLINE to: Complete your entire request.

CALL your TOWN CLERKS now! They are ready to help you VOTE SAFELY and EASILY. Ask about polling hours.

Menominee County Clerk: Laurie Pecore – 715-799-3311, 715-799-3308

Shawano County Area Clerks:

  • City of Shawano – Lesley Nemetz – 715-526-6138, 715-526-6154
  • Village of Aniwa – Mary O’Neill – 715-218-2364
  • Village of Birnamwood – Lauri Klumpyan – 715-449-2001
  • Village of Bonduel – Michelle Maroszek – 715-758-2402
  • Village of Bowler – Kerry Breitrick – 715-793-4910, 715-793-4713
  • Village of Cecil – Teri Westerfeld  – 715-745-4428·
  • Village of Eland – Marnie Osterbrink – 715-253-2968
  • Village of Gresham – Judy Kristof – 715-787-3991, 715-851-0222
  • Village of Mattoon – Angie Copas – 715-489-3107
  • Village of Tigerton – Trisha Hoffman – 715-535-2262
  • Village of Wittenberg – Traci Matsche – 715-253-6063
  • Almon – Heather Matsche – 715-571-2561
  • Angelica – Connie Przybylski – 920-822-8191
  • Aniwa – Tammy Resch – 715-449-2351, 715-449-3116
  • Bartelme – Beth Grosskopf – 715-793-4491
  • Belle Plaine – Kristine R Vomastic – 715-524-2690, 715-460-3053
  • Birnamwood – Dennis L Knaak – 715-449-3212
  • Fairbanks – Jennifer Dzioda – 715-881-1751
  • Germania – Kathryn Breaker – 715-535-2970
  • Grant – Sarah Knaup – 715-851-1414
  • Green Valley – Janalee Jenerou – 715-745-2699
  • Hartland – Sharon Riehl – 920-619-7696
  • Herman – Lori Y Schmidt – 715-853-6853
  • Hutchins – Janice Fischer – 715-489-3403
  • Lessor – Katie Sprangers – 920-833-1377
  • Maple Grove – Kathy Luebke – 920-822-5414
  • Morris – Vicki Kennedy – 715-326-1602
  • Navarino – Judy Krull – 920-525-2597
  • Pella – Karen Habeck – 715-823-6259
  • Red Springs – Gwen Olsen – 715-787-3356
  • Richmond – Richard Stadelman – 715-526-6527, 715-526-6477
  • Seneca – Raymond Rigsby – 715-851-2251
  • Washington – Kara Skarlupka – 715-526-9150
  • Waukechon – Christine Prey – 715-853-1303
  • Wescott – Angela Vreeke -715-526-9755, 715-526-9853
  • Wittenberg – Linda Fletcher-715-253-3222, 715-253-3634

Voter Information brought to you by: Shawano Area Women’s Network


We have yard signs for Joe Biden, Amanda Stuck, Richard Sarnwick (6th Assembly District), Ed Vocke (12th State Senate) and Aaron Damrau (Independent candidate for District Attorney). We are open if you see the “Democratic Party of Shawano County” sign outside the office.

Signs are also available from individuals around the county.  Continue reading

Weekend of Action this Weekend

This election is crucial to our democracy and we need all hands on deck.  We had a great Democratic Party Convention.  Now it is time to do what we can to elect Joe Biden.  
We are having a Weekend of Action this weekend.  You can sign up to make phone calls either in our office or at home.  Sign up by clicking here:


Shawano County Board’s Executive Committee unanimously approved a resolution asking the Legislature to create a nonpartisan procedure for the drawing of redistricting maps.  This would end the gerrymandering we have been living with.  Please call your County Board Supervisor and tell them to vote “yes” at the Aug. 26th County Board meeting.  If you would like to give your support to our efforts, come to the meeting which begins at 3:00 pm.

Visit Us At Our Shawano Office

The Shawano Democrats have a new Office this year. We are located at:

1404 E. Green Bay St. Shawano, WI (across from Perkin’s driveway)

Our current Office Hours are:

Tuesday: 12:00 – 5:00 pm
Thursday:  2:00 – 6:00 pm
Saturday:  10:00 am – 2:00 pm

The Shawano Democrat Office @ 1404 E. Green Bay St. Shawano.
Carrie Pitt may be there to Welcome you.
Visitors may be able to pick up a political sign for their favorite candidate, sign up to volunteer to work on the campaign or just talk politics. Come and visit us. (Note: We do encourage proper Coronavirus protocol.)
Our Democrats Wall of Fame.