On the surface, Ken Skowronski (R-Franklin) easily won a 3rd full term to the Assembly. Perhaps it's telling, though that Libertarian challenger Jason Sellnow received 31.5% of the vote in 2018. Ken turns 82 on May 31 and has yet to announce his intention to run for re-election.
It'll be a very tough nut to crack for Nenad.
The Art of the Wisconsin Gerrymander
Related reading:Redistricting Leaves Nearly 2.5 Million Residents With No Choice in Legislative Elections. (Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, 6/12/2018)
That’s because only one major party candidate will be on the ballot in 42 of the 116 Senate and Assembly races in November (see Table). That’s more than one-third of the races, and there are nearly 2.5 million Wisconsinites in those districts. In 37 of those races, the major party candidate faces no opposition in November. And in the other five legislative contests the major party candidate faces only third party or independent opposition.
2020 Wisconsin election posts:
14th Senate District. (2/24/2020)
16th Senate District. (1/28/2020)
26th Senate District. (4/4/2020)
30th Senate District. (1/18/2020)
1st Assembly District. (5/8/2020)
29th Assembly District. (2/21/2020)
44th Assembly District. (2/21/2020)
48th Assembly District. (3/12/2020)
67th Assembly District. (5/4/2020)
69th Assembly District. (1/16/2020)
76th Assembly District. (5/13/2020)
82nd Assembly District. (5/13/2020)
96th Assembly District. (5/3/2020)