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Special Elections Needed Now, Not Later in SD 1 & AD 42 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Wisconsin Senate Democrats, Jay Wadd   
Friday, 19 January 2018 12:10

senateVoters in Northeastern and Central Wisconsin Districts should be represented after Republicans leave for better pay in Walker Administration.

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People Triumph Over Politics in Senate District 10 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by League of Conservation Voters, Ryan Billingham   
Thursday, 18 January 2018 15:00

patty-schachtnerFacing an Avalanche of Outside Money, Patty Schachtner Prevails in Western Wisconsin.

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6th Senate District to Hold EMPOWER-MKE Citizen Advocacy and Resource Summit PDF Print E-mail
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Written by State Senate Democrats   
Thursday, 18 January 2018 12:32

milw_riverLegislative and community leaders aim for policy reforms that will have a positive impact on Milwaukee at event on Saturday, January 20, 2018.


MADISON – On Saturday, January 20, Wisconsin State Senator LaTonya Johnson will be joined by State Representatives David Crowley, Leon Young, and Evan Goyke and other community leaders for the 6th Senate District’s first EMPOWER-MKE event. Through EMPOWER-MKE participants will gain the knowledge and tools needed to engage with their government to achieve transformational policy reforms that will have a positive impact on Milwaukee.

latonya-johnsonAt the event, participants will have the opportunity to have a meaningful discussion with a Milwaukee Police Department Community Liaison, community prosecutor, the District Attorney Office’s Crisis Response Team, and experts in community organizing. Panels at the event will focus on how government works, what community resources are available to residents and how to organize and advocate for change.

EMPOWER-MKE will also feature informational tables from organizations in the community that provide services and resources in and around the neighborhood.

WHO: Sen. LaTonya Johnson, Rep. David Crowley, Rep. Leon Young, Rep. Evan Goyke and other community leaders

WHAT: EMPOWER-MKE Citizen Advocacy & Resource Summit

WHEN: 8:30 a.m., Saturday, January 20, 2018

WHERE: Washington Park Senior Center
4420 W Vliet St, Milwaukee

This event is open to members of the public who have RSVP’d as well as the press. Members of the press are encouraged to also RSVP to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 608.266.2500.

 
Assembly Democratic 2017 Fundraising Best in Off Year to Date PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Assembly Democrats, Doug Hyant   
Thursday, 18 January 2018 11:20

brown-county-demsGrowing momentum for Democrats reflected in people volunteering their time and donating funds. Cash on hand doubled from 2015 levels.


MADISON WI – The Wisconsin Assembly Democratic Campaign Committee reported Tuesday raising more money in 2017 than in any previous off-years, as well as having twice as much cash-on-hand as at this point in the 2015 cycle. (And 2015 was a record-breaking cycle.)

“There is clear momentum for Democrats as we head deeper into the 2018 election cycle,” said ADCC Executive Director Doug Hyant. “All across the country, Democrats are showing up and standing up. It is running for local or state office, volunteering their time and donating funds. We are excited to see this wave of change growing even stronger in Wisconsin.

“That wave is reflected in our most recent report. We raised more in 2017 than we did in 2015, and have doubled cash on hand for the Committee from 2015 levels. This has allowed us to hire staff early and make early investments towards our goals for the 2018 cycle.

“While Republicans will report more money raised, we are proud to have more than 845 individual contributions to our Committee, with the average contribution made by new individuals below $65. Our support base isn’t out-of-state billionaires who are out of touch with what real hard-working individuals face on a daily basis. Our team worked hard this year to connect with folks across the state who want change and to feel their values are represented in the Assembly. We look forward to continuing those efforts in 2018.”

All 99 seats in the Wisconsin State Assembly will be up for election on Nov. 6, 2018.

 
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