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10
Sep
2016

walkerSix years after Gov. Scott Walker claimed "Wisconsin is Open for Business", GOP economic policies have been a failure and the state lags behind the nation and region.

Written by Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Brandon Weathersby   
 
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09
Sep
2016

mike-gallagherIs Mike Gallagher trying to hide who is really funding his campaign by failing to fully disclose information on 1 in 4 of his donors? His SuperPAC also refused to disclose donors despite spending nearly $50,000 in the Republican Primary. Voters in Northeast Wisconsin deserve full information.

Written by Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Brandon Weathersby   
 
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08
Sep
2016

trump-rnc-2016MOUNT PLEASANT, WI - NBC News and MSNBC had a candidate forum tonight that left Democratic nominee for Congress Ryan Solen wondering how Paul Ryan can continue to endorse Donald Trump after a series of questions from Matt Lauer and members of the all-veteran audience proved Trump is incapable of handling the United States military or any other aspect of the highest job in the land.

Does Paul Ryan, like Donald Trump, believe that American military generals have been “reduced to a point where it’s embarrassing to our country”? Ryan Solen is an Army veteran and served in the war in Iraq with the same generals Donald Trump disparaged. Will Paul Ryan disavow that comment and stand up for the United States military?

paul-ryanDoes Paul Ryan care that Donald Trump has a “secret plan to defeat ISIS” that he won’t reveal? Tonight, when he was asked directly by a veteran in the audience, Trump sidestepped answering how he will defeat ISIS and moved on to how he will stabilize that part of the world after America has somehow defeated the international terror group without giving any indication how he plans to do that except to consult with the very generals he just belittled or, perhaps, new generals. Paul Ryan talks about being a policy wonk, doesn’t he want a president who makes plans and implements them?

Donald Trump has been clear on his feelings about undocumented immigrants and that he plans to have them deported back to their country of origin yet tonight he said that if one expressed an intention to serve in the military he would allow them to remain. If an immigrant is good enough to serve in our military, why could they not stay in our country and continue to make America great? What does Paul Ryan think about this?

Written by Solen for Congress, Lauren Young   
 
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