With the primary out of the way, Democrats shift their focus towards winning the majority in the state Assembly.
Wisconsin Democrats will have to maintain their current seats in the Assembly AND win three more, to gain control of the chamber next session. Republicans currently hold a 51 to 47 majority.
State Representative Mark Pocan (D-Madison), who is leading the effort, says the party is already out working hard to win those districts.
Several Democrats battled their way through contested primaries on Tuesday. Pocan says they're ready to help those who came out on top. The party typically doesn't get involved at the primary stage, but Pocan says those contests can be a good indicator of which candidates has the community credentials and organization needed to win in November.
Several of those Democrats will face incumbent Republicans in the November election. Pocan says they'll be working to regroup quickly as they head in to the final stretch.