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Governor Candidate McCabe to Hold Rally in Green Bay PDF Print E-mail
Written by Commoners for Mike McCabe, Christine Welcher   
Monday, 11 September 2017 09:51

mccabe-gov-headerPrinciple Over Party campaign will barnstorm the state with a message about getting government working. Will be in Green Bay on Sept 14th at the Brown County Library.

GREEN BAY, WI - After his official kick-off in Curtiss, WI on Sept 12, 2017, McCabe’s Principle Over Party campaign will barnstorm the state with a message about getting government working for all of us and not just a few, a living wage for every worker, health care for all, debt-free education and job training, and high-speed Internet to every doorstep.

The second rally stop will be in Green Bay on Sept 14th. Several stops will be made that day culminating with a larger event from 5pm - 7pm at the Brown County Library. (515 Pine Street, Green Bay) The event is free and all are welcome.

mike-mccabe“Wisconsin is up to its eyeballs in problems. Same goes for our country as a whole. The problems grow out of political and economic inequality. Our society has been made more and more elitist, both politically and economically. It has been divided into royals and commoners,” McCabe said. “I am running for one reason and one reason only – to re-establish the ideal that our government should work as well for the commoners as it does for the royals.”

For 15 years, McCabe led the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, a nonpartisan watchdog group that tracks the money in elections, exposes corruption and works to make people matter more than money in politics. ( He went on to start up the grassroots group Blue Jean Nation, which works to empower regular people to challenge the political establishment.

McCabe does not belong to any political party, but is entering the Democratic primary. The campaign’s website is


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