Mandela was born in Milwaukee in one of the most impoverished and incarcerated Zip codes in the state. He became a Wisconsin State Representative at 27 and stood up to Scott Walker’s anti-union agenda. In 2018, Mandela helped Tony Evers kick Scott Walker out of office and, at 31, became Wisconsin’s first Black Lt. Governor — and only the second Black elected official statewide. He is running for Senate to rebuild the middle class and give everyone a fair shot at the American dream.