Assembly Democratic Leader Peter Barca released the following message today discussing his thoughts, hopes and priorities for the 2013-2014 legislative session.
The news that Scott Walker’s Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation has lost track of $56.2 million in taxpayer-funded loans is disturbing, but for anyone who’s paid attention to Scott Walker’s history of failures, incompetence and mismanagement, it’s certainly not shocking.
I want to thank you so much for refusing to give up the fight for Wisconsin. These victories, and the ones yet to come, would not have been possible without you.
At last night’s presidential debate, instead of answering a question on gender inequality in the workplace, Mitt Romney gave a bizarre answer about the “binders full of women” he allegedly used to hire women into his Cabinet.**
My name is Jesse Roltgen, I’m a team leader for OFA in West Bend.
When I’m out talking to voters, or even my friends and family, a question I hear often is "Why are you doing this Jesse? You’re a busy mom, you have Parkinson's, you have a sick kid at home, why are you doing this?"
With just 41 days left until Election Day, and Barack Obama and Tammy Baldwin both in the lead in Wisconsin, we’re feeling pretty good.
But this isn’t over yet – we can’t rest until the final vote is counted on November 6th.
There hasn't been a single vote cast yet in the race between Paul Ryan and his Democratic challenger Rob Zerban, but Paul Ryan seems to think he's already won.
Paul Ryan knows he can’t get into the White House running on the idea that working families should pay for tax breaks for billionaires, so he’s taking out a $2 million insurance policy in an attempt to hang on to his seat in Congress.