Besides Rae Vogeler, the Wisconsin Green Party is running two candidates for Congress and several for state office.
Nelson Eisman, a former member of the Dane County Board, is running for governor. He wants to expand BadgerCare health-care coverage to every state resident (no word on how he'd pay for it). Also on his agenda: Honest government, green energy and economic justice; see VoteEisman.org for more. Leon Todd, a retiree who has served on Milwaukee's school board, is on the ticket as lieutenant governor.
Winston Sephus Jr., who works in data administration, is running for state treasurer. He didn't become interested in politics - or even register to vote - until 2000. "After 9/11, I started paying closer attention to what was going on in the world," he writes on sephusfortreasurer.org.
Mike LaForest, an organic farmer, is running for secretary of state. His platform includes legalizing marijuana and doing away with property taxes. What does that have to do with being secretary of state? No idea.