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“The Ronald and The Donald” PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Brandon Weathersby   
Tuesday, 29 March 2016 13:17

ron-johnson-speaksMADISON - This pretty much speaks for itself.  When asked if he would campaign with Donald Trump, Sen. Ron Johnson bluntly responded:

“Stump with Trump? Just because it rhymes, it’d be the Ronald and the Donald.”

There you have it. Even as other Republican senators try to distance themselves from the most toxic frontrunner in their party’s recent history, Wisconsin’s own Sen. Johnson looks forward to barnstorming across the state right alongside The Donald.

But Johnson is just stating clearly what Wisconsinites already know: that he’s not at all interested in listening to the people who hired him.  He’d rather take orders from the likes of Donald Trump and the extreme fringe.

CNN: Navigating Donald Trump and SCOTUS: One senator’s plan

The Hill: Vulnerable GOP senator: I’d stump with Trump

TPM: Vulnerable GOP Sen. Predicts Trump Will Help Republicans Down Ballot

 
Judy Gatlin Running for Eau Claire County Board PDF Print E-mail
Elections, Elected Officials, Political Parties
Written by Wisconsin Progress   
Saturday, 26 March 2016 09:41

judy-gatlin-ecEAU CLAIRE, WI - With the spring election just two weeks away, we're excited to introduce you to Judy Gatlin, running for Eau Claire County Board!

Judy is a long-time resident of her district and the community. She is an original member of the Eau Claire Alliance for Strong Communities board, serves on the 15 Now Northwest Wisconsin steering committee, and chairs the Community Services Committee of the Area Labor Council.

Her leadership in the community reflects her commitment to improving the lives of the area's residents.

In her own words, Judy "believes a county can only be prosperous if its residents are safe and healthy. Policymakers and municipal leaders should hold steadfast to the elements which maintain that stability." Judy seeks to promote a local government that protects tax dollars, promotes a living wage, and preserves local control.

Help Judy accomplish these goals by contributing by mail to her campaign at Judy Gatlin for County Board 1810 Birch Street Eau Claire, WI 54703.

Thanks for supporting these great candidates!

 
Peter Barca Endorses Hillary Clinton for President PDF Print E-mail
Elections, Elected Officials, Political Parties
Written by Assembly Democrats   
Friday, 25 March 2016 13:47

peter_barcaKENOSHA – Rep. Peter Barca (D-Kenosha) formally endorsed Hillary Clinton on Thursday for President. Rep. Barca, who serves as the Assembly Democratic Leader, issued the following statement on his endorsement:

“In this Presidential election, the stakes have never been higher. I am proud to stand with Hillary Clinton - a leader who has the experience and vision to lead our country into the future and make sure that every family in Wisconsin and across the nation can get ahead and stay ahead.

hillary-clintonHillary Clinton has a lifelong record of fighting for our families and the American Dream from her early start at the Children's Defense Fund through her service as Secretary of State. At a time when Wisconsin is losing middle class families at an alarming rate, we need a leader like Hillary Clinton who will tackle the issues keeping Wisconsinites awake at night.

“Hillary Clinton is the only candidate in the race with the strong broad-based experience to lead our country and fight to grow our economy and incomes so that every American can afford a better life. I have the utmost confidence that Hillary Clinton will work tirelessly to keep our nation safe, ensure every child can reach his or her full potential, help build the middle class and continue the progress America has experienced economically the past eight years.

“I believe in Hillary Clinton and I hope you will join me in voting for her on April 5th.”

Early voting in Wisconsin takes place on weekdays from March 21-April 1st. For more information on early voting visit: http://www.gab.wi.gov/elections-voting/voters/absentee

Last Updated on Friday, 25 March 2016 14:02
 
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