Sen. Brad Pfaff Announces Re-Election Bid for New 32nd State Senate District

LA CROSSE, WI — Today, Senator Brad Pfaff (D-Onalaska) launched his re-election campaign for the new 32nd State Senate District outside a local childcare facility alongside community members, including union workers, farmers, students, and seniors. 

“I’m running for re-election because we need a State Senator who will champion working families by growing our economy, lowering costs, supporting our public schools, and defending access to reproductive healthcare,” said Pfaff. “I know we can work together and find common ground to make a better life for Wisconsinites. That is what I’ve fought for in the State Senate, and it’s why I’m running for re-election to keep up that fight.” 

Senator Pfaff is proud to announce the support of fellow Wisconsin public servants: 

  • Lieutenant Governor Sara Rodriguez 
  • Attorney General Josh Kaul 
  • Secretary of State Sarah Godlewski 
  • Former U.S. Representative Ron Kind (WI-03) 
  • Wisconsin Representatives Steve Doyle (AD-94) and Jill Billings (AD-95) 

Pfaff grew up on his family’s dairy farm in northern La Crosse County and has dedicated his life to serving the people of Western Wisconsin. He has held leadership positions at state and federal agencies protecting family farmers, consumers, and rural communities and has served one term in the State Senate fighting for working families. 


The new 32nd Senate District consists of La Crosse County, most of Vernon County, southern Trempealeau County – including Galesville and Ettrick, and western Monroe County – including Sparta, Norwalk, and Cashton.