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Written by Assembly Democrats   
Friday, 17 March 2017 11:34

peter_barcaMADISON – Today Assembly Democratic Leader Peter Barca (D-Kenosha) gave the Democratic Weekly Radio Address on the joint Democratic agenda:

"We’re here today because we believe Wisconsin can do better. We believe in we can have an economy that works for everyone in our state," said Rep. Barca. "Our Wisconsin Way Forward agenda included a range of innovative, significant ideas and proven solutions to create economic opportunities and help move Wisconsin forward."

You can find the video of this week's address here or below.

A written transcript of the address is below:

"Hello, I’m Representative Peter Barca with this week’s Democratic radio address. 

"Today, my Democratic colleagues from the Senate and the Assembly came together to present our joint legislative agenda. 

"We’re here today because we believe Wisconsin can do better. We believe in we can have an economy that works for everyone in our state. 

"We believe that our public schools, UW campuses, tech colleges and infrastructure are vital drivers of our state economy. 

"And we believe that it’s time to empower our citizens to work together to strengthen our communities and families so that everyone can succeed. 

"At a time when Republicans are divided on so many key issues, Democrats are coming to get to put forward a bold, meaningful agenda. We’re working to dispel the words of Will Rogers that keep me up at night, 'I am not a member of any organized political party. I am a Democrat.' This is a great step forward.

"Our Wisconsin Way Forward agenda included a range of innovative, significant ideas and proven solutions to create economic opportunities and help move Wisconsin forward. 

"Please, visit our website WisconsinDems.com for more information and to sign up for updates. Thank you."

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