The statewide nonpartisan general election for Wisconsin was held on April 6. The primary was held on February 16, and the filing deadline to run passed on January 5. Candidates ran in elections for special elections in the Wisconsin State Legislature, three judgeships on the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, and in municipal and school board elections.
Wisconsin State Legislature
• State Senate District 13: John Jagler (R) defeated four candidates to win the special election, winning 51.2% of the total (37,385) reported votes. The seat became vacant after incumbent officeholder Scott Fitzgerald (R) was elected to the U.S. House to represent Wisconsin’s 5th Congressional District on Nov. 3. Fitzgerald vacated his seat on Jan. 1.
• State Assembly District 89: Elijah Behnke (R) defeated challenger Karl Jaeger (D) to win the special election. Behnke received 60.3% of the total (8,413) votes, while Jaeger received 39.7% of the votes. The seat became vacant on Dec. 2, after John Nygren (R) resigned his seat to work in the private sector.
Wisconsin Court of Appeals
• In District 1, Judge Maxine A. White won re-election unopposed.
• In District 2, Judge Jeffrey Davis was defeated by challenger Shelley Grogan.
• In District 3, newcomer Greg Gill Jr. defeated Rick Cveykus.
Ballotpedia also covered local elections in the following areas:
• Dane County and Milwaukee County
• The cities of Madison and Milwaukee
• DeForest Area School District
• Madison Metropolitan School District
• McFarland School District
• Middleton-Cross Plains School District
• Milwaukee Public Schools
• Sun Prairie Area School District
• Verona Area School District
- Wisconsin State Senate District 13
- Wisconsin State Assembly District 89
- Wisconsin intermediate appellate court elections, 2021
- United States municipal elections, 2021 – Wisconsin
- Wisconsin school board elections, 2021