Archive for July, 2011

The 18th Senate District is ready to Get Out the Vote!

Democrat Jessica King is gaining momentum in her effort to defeat State Senator Randy Hopper In the final weeks before Election Day, folks are really starting to step it up. Every day, more and more people are coming into the

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BIG ANNOUNCEMENT – One million, fifty-two thousand, four hundred and seventy-six!

Twelve days from today the polls will close in six recall districts.  Six months of massive mobilization by Wisconsinites standing up for our rights will culminate in local recall elections.  Time is short and we are ready. Last night, We Are

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Busy week in Senate District 8 as momentum continues to build to recall Sen. Darling

With less than two weeks to go until the recall of Sen. Darling, We Are Wisconsin volunteers are continuing to build momentum and get the message out to voters about Sen. Darling’s extreme, anti-working family agenda.  The enthusiasm is palatable.

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Stories From the Community – Two Weeks Out

Volunteers brave the heat to take a stand against Luther Olsen and the radical agenda he’s been pushing in Madison Late last week, as temperatures hit near-record levels in Baraboo, Portage and Wisconsin Dells, nearly two dozen volunteers braved the

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Get the Truth: The Wisconsin Truth Tour goes on a Roadtrip

State tour gives citizens a chance to speak out on the impact of Scott Walker’s devastating budget. Despite slashing education, health care and public services for local communities, Scott Walker, often met by protesting citizens, has been spewing talking points

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Family Farmers: “Sheila Harsdorf Should Know Better, She Was a Farmer"

Harsdorf Beholden to Corporate Farms, Turned Back on Family Farmers Years Ago RIVER FALLS, WI – Despite owning a farm for years, it’s become increasingly clear that Sheila Harsdorf has forgotten the struggles that family farmers across Wisconsin face each day

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Wisconsin State Budget: Children and Families

Wisconsin Shares – Increases costs on low income families for child care by at least $4.4 million by changing eligibility requirements, increasing copays and giving the Department of Children and Families the ability to implement waiting lists. Erodes the quality

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Feature: The local community of Fond du Lac

Hundreds come out to “Welcome” Walker to Fond du Lac On Wednesday, more than 200 parents, teachers, public employees and leaders in the Fond du Lac area stood in 95-plus degree heat to “welcome” Gov. Scott Walker with a protest

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Find your polling location!

Click here to visit the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board’s site to find your polling location. Click here to find out more about your absentee ballot. Click here to access the information about your local municipal clerk

Celebrating Victory in Green Bay – Congratulations, Dave!

Senator Dave Hansen easily retains his seat in the District 30 recall election The energy was contagious as results came in giving Senator Hansen a clear and decisive victory in Tuesday night’s electionWith more voters casting ballots in Senate District

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