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Mike McCabe, Blue Jean Nation

Mike McCabe is the founder and president of Blue Jean Nation and author of Blue Jeans in High Places: The Coming Makeover of American Politics.
Mike wants to hear from you.
Blue Jean Nation, P.O. Box 70788, Madison, WI 53707
Phone: 608-443-6086

Recent Posts

  • What Government Does Needs To Be Done For Our Whole Society

    Candidate for Governor Mike McCabe talks about getting everyone in Wisconsin access to high-quality and affordable medical insurance. ALTOONA, WI - Applying that common sense rule, Wisconsin’s whole population should be made eligible to get health insurance through the BadgerCare program. BadgerCare should be there for all Badgers who want or ne ...
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  • Blue Jean Nation 'Blowing off the Founders'

    Our founders saw public education as basic to cultivating the moral and civic virtues needed for people to exercise their rights and duties as citizens. But over the years, this mission has been lost, putting democracy itself at risk. ALTOONA, WI - If you take the long view of history, our school system has strayed far from its roots. What today ...
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  • Blue Jean Nation 'The taproot of our many problems'

    We have a poisoned political culture that glorifies greed, dooming us to a government that works for a wealthy and well-connected few at everyone else’s expense. ALTOONA, WI - Wisconsin is up to its eyeballs in problems. Our state has lost its way. It is becoming a shadow of its former self. Same goes for the country as a whole. The problems va ...
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  • Blue Jean Nation "Democrats will win again when. . ."

    Democrats will win again when they show discomfort with the current political culture and all the ladder climbing and nest feathering and back scratching gives way to actual public service and sacrifice for the greater good. ALTOONA, WI - Over the course of my 57 years, I’ve never seen a time when our public institutions were more disrespected a ...
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  • Do We Put All Our Eggs in the Foxconn Basket?

    Politicians typically try to build the economy top down, showering tax breaks and subsidies on a few thousand of the richest among us or even just one company like Foxconn. The other way is from the bottom up, giving the whole population the means to do more for themselves. Bottom-up is best. ALTOONA - To me, the most important question is not w ...
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Madison Teachers Inc. (MTI)

Madison Teachers Inc. (MTI) can be contacted at John A. Matthews, Executive Director, Madison Teachers Inc., 821 Williamson Street, Madison, WI 53703

Phone: 608-257-0491

Recent Posts

  • We All Have a Stake in Our Students' Future

    Peg Coyne, a real life teacher, comments on Gov. Walker and the Republican legislative majority's attack on public education in Wisconsin and the negative effect it has on teacher's morale and our kids. MADISON - I write to address the attack on teachers by Governor Walker and the Republican legislative majority. They challenge teachers’ c ...
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  • Other entries by Madison Teachers Inc. (MTI)

Randy Scannell

Randy Scannell is an Alderman representing the 7th District of Green Bay.

Recent Posts

  • Walmart's Wrong Plan for Green Bay

    GREEN BAY - The size of the Larsen Green is comparable to 10 Lambeau fields or 3 Port Plaza Malls. If it were on the east side of the Fox it would extend from Walnut to Pine Street and from the riverbank to Adams Street. I recommend anyone who is interested in the Larsen Green debate to walk around the site. It is immense. Walmart's plan is to bui ...
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  • Other entries by Randy Scannell

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  • Walker Trek Ads An Enigma

    GRAFTON - I don't get it! Scott Walker has been a proponent of trade companies that encourage out sourcing. Eaton and Plexus who got millions in tax breaks from WEDC out sourced jobs and then laid off 279 workers. He was a defender and supporter of Mitt Romney who shipped lots of jobs overseas. He traveled to China to promote trade relations th ...
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  • Other entries by Joanne Kaus

Judy Poull of Saukville

Judy Poull of Saukville has not set their biography yet

Recent Posts

  • State GOP Plagiarizes Legislation

    Wisconsin GOP’s Big Dirty Secret Reveals Hypocrisy of Walker Attack Ads on Burke's Jobs Plan. SAUKVILLE - Most people don’t know that our state Republican legislators and governors have been plagiarizing legislation signed into law since 1973 when ALEC was founded. ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) was formed to be a secretive Repub ...
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  • Other entries by Judy Poull of Saukville

Matt Rothschild, Wisconsin Democracy Campaign

Matt Rothschild is the Executive Director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, a non-partisan nonprofit political watchdog group now in it's third decade of working for clean, open and honest government and reforms that make people matter more than money in politics.
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, 203 South Paterson Street, Suite 100, Madison, WI 53703-3689, 608-255-4260

Recent Posts

  • Democracy Campaign: Evers Bows to WMC

    Progressive critiques Governor, Republicans, gun laws, and the NRA. MADISON - When I saw that Gov. Evers was speaking to Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, I decided to take a look at his talk. And I was horrified to find out that he complimented WMC, which has done so much damage to our state over the last nine years. Here’s my critiqu ...
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  • Democracy Campaign: Foresight of Justice Stevens

    MADISON - I was sad when I heard the news that Justice John Paul Stevens had died. I was sad for personal reasons, since Justice Stevens and my father practiced law together in Chicago for many years and were very close. And I was sad for political reasons, since Justice Stevens, when he was on the Court and afterwards, used his calm and logica ...
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  • Waupaca County Joins Effort to Ban Gerrymandering

    Pressure grows Statewide for referendums, as 72 percent of Wisconsinites want to ban gerrymandering, including 63 percent of Republicans and 76 percent of Independents. MADISON - On April 16 the Waupaca County board became the 46th county board to pass a resolution urging our state legislators to ban gerrymandering in Wisconsin and to adopt nonp ...
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  • Sen. Larson Leads on Campaign Finance Reform

    Sen. Larson’s bills would limit the role of the super wealthy and corporations, and bring some more transparency to our politics. MADISON - Sen. Chris Larson, Democrat from Milwaukee, is taking the lead in the Wisconsin State Senate on the urgent issue of campaign finance reform. He is introducing what he calls the “2019-2020 Campaign Integrity ...
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  • Wis Democracy Campaign "Kochs, WMC Behind Bills"

    MADISON - Over the last couple weeks, the influence of the Koch Brothers and Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC) has been on display, if you were looking. And we were looking! First, we discovered that two senior officials at the Koch-funded Americans for Prosperity suddenly resigned to do campaign work for Michael Screnock, the Walker a ...
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Dana Wachs, State Rep. 91st Assembly

Dana Wachs (D-Eau Claire) has not set their biography yet

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Jennifer Shilling, State Senator 32nd District

Jennifer Shilling serves as the Senate Democratic Leader and represents the 32nd District which covers La Crosse, Vernon, Crawford and parts of Monroe County.

Recent Posts

  • Wall Resignation Doesn't Erase Walker Cover Up

    MADISON – On Friday, Gov. Scott Walker’s Department of Corrections Secretary Ed Wall resigned as the investigation of potential abuse of youth at the Copper Lake and Lincoln Hills schools moves on to the FBI. I am appalled by the latest revelations of child abuse and sexual assault that occurred in Gov. Walker’s Department of Corrections. Sec ...
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  • State of the State - 'we need solutions, not sound bites'

    MADISON – Over the last five years, we’ve seen deep cuts that have limited economic growth, stifled innovation and denied thousands of families the opportunity to get ahead. Democrats continue to believe that the best way to move our state forward is by restoring investments in our schools, infrastructure and worker training programs.  Whe ...
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  • Open, clean government is good for everyone in Wisconsin

    Sen. Jennifer Shilling talks about Wisconsin’s historical bipartisan commitment to laws that protect citizen access, prevent political corruption and maintain high ethical standards in our government. In recent weeks, Republicans who control the State Legislature in Madison are pushing a package of bills that may bring this commitment to an end. ...
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  • Badger Blueprint Focuses on Growth, Innovation and Opportunity

    MADISON - As the days get shorter and the leaves change colors, my Senate Democratic colleagues and I continue to visit with Wisconsin residents of all ages about the challenges facing our state.  From Bayfield to Beloit, Milwaukee to La Crosse and the hundreds of communities in between – one message has been consistent: Wisconsinites wa ...
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  • Back to School Provides Some Food for Thought

    LA CROSSE, WI - With the ringing of school bells and the roar of high school football games, students across Wisconsin are heading back to class. But in many classrooms, the start of school is also marked by the rumbling of empty stomachs. Amid all of the headlines about state budget cuts and teacher shortages, many schools are struggling to deal ...
    Aug 31 Tags: Untagged

Chris Taylor, State Rep. 76th Assembly

Chris Taylor, State Rep. 76th Assembly has not set their biography yet

Recent Posts

  • Rep. Chris Taylor's Capitol Update 7-13-2015

    MADISON - I hope you had a safe and happy 4th of July!  Summer is in full swing and if you're like our family, you've been outside as much as possible, taking advantage of these warm, sunny days. Budget Update While many were out enjoying the 4th of July holiday week, we wrapped up budget deliberations in the Joint Finance Co ...
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  • Rep. Chris Taylor's Capitol Update 6-12-2015

    MADISON - While the Joint Finance Committee (JFC) did not meet this week to finish working on Governor Walker's 2015-17 state budget, both the Assembly and Senate were in session on Tuesday.  Below you will find a summary of our legislative action. It is expected that JFC will reconvene next week to take up the outstanding stat ...
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Recent Posts

  • April 9 Update From DPW Chair

    Spring elections success, Joint Committee on Finance's (JFC) public hearings, Democratic radio on Privatizing Public Waters, 2017 State Convention, and more... MADISON - Welcome to the latest installment of my chair update. Spring Election Success Many thanks to all who knocked doors, made phone calls and, of course, cast ballots in last wee ...
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  • Update from DPW Chair, Martha Laning April 2

    Vote April 4, Republican Extremism Reaches A New Low, Wisconsin Budget Process, and more... MADISON - Welcome to the latest installment of my chair update. Make A Plan To Vote For Tony Evers For State Superintendent In Tuesday's Spring Election If you haven't already, it's time to make a plan to vote in one of the most important r ...
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  • February 19 Update From The DPW Chair

    Vote Tony Evers for Superintendent on Tuesday, Feb. 21st, how Trump puts National Security at risk, Democratic National Committee Chair Elections, Day Without Immigrants, Ron Kind’s Education Plan, and Things You May Have Missed. MADISON - Welcome to the latest installment of my chair update. Remember to Vote Tony Evers for Superintendent on Tu ...
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  • DPW Chair Martha Laning "This Election"

    Democratic Party Chair Laning disappointed by last night's results, but now it is time to come together to move our state and our nation forward. MADISON - After last night's elections, I have some thoughts I want to share with you. Like so many of you, I am disappointed by last night's results. However, while these were not the results we hope ...
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  • Update from DPW Chair Martha Laning

    MADISON - This week I'll highlight Hillary Clinton's clear win at the debate, a number of great speakers who came to the state, the last 27 days of this election season, Donald Trump's horrid comments, a new Russ Feingold ad, a number of our great candidates, Tammy Baldwin's fight against the opioid crisis, and the first place winner from our video ...
    Oct 13 Tags: Untagged

Lena Taylor, State Senator, 4th District

Lena Taylor, State Senator, 4th District has not set their biography yet

Recent Posts

  • Senator Taylor Responds to Milwaukee Brewer Josh Hader’s Offensive Tweets

    MADISON – The ten-year old social media posts that have recently surfaced by Josh Hader are incredibly offensive. I recognize that Josh has apologized for his actions and stressed that those past tweets do not reflect his current beliefs. As with Donte DiVincenzo, who had questionable posts written when he was 14 years old, we are asked to rememb ...
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  • Hands Off Our Data

    MILWAUKEE - This week, the Trump Administration asked for all 50 states to turn over election data concerning voters, which includes names, dates of birth, voting histories, and party identifications. President Trump has widely stated that he believes nearly three million people voted illegally, which cost him the popular vote. In spite of this, t ...
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  • Governor Walker Sends Irresponsible Budget to Legislature

    Since his Milwaukee County days, Scott Walker has used the budget process to make political promises and then let the legislators find the money, or not, to fulfill them. MILWAUKEE - Last Wednesday, Governor Walker announced his 2017-2019 budget. Now, I've had a front seat to Walker's budgets since he was Milwaukee County Executive. This fiscal ...
    Feb 15 Tags: Untagged
  • Walker Turns Back on Pardons

    MILWAUKEE - The Wisconsin Constitution states, “The governor shall have power to grant reprieves, commutations and pardons, after conviction…” Yet, the only person in the entire state who has the power to grant a pardon, Governor Scott Walker, has refused to do so. It is appalling that someone who has taken an oath to honor the constitution would ...
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  • Strip Search Bill Strips Clothes and Dignity

    Senate Bill 248 removes the current requirement that a person be arrested or detained for at least twelve hours before they are strip searched. We have a strip search problem in Milwaukee. One attorney I spoke with has 14 cases of unlawful strip searches pending in federal court. Were their "crimes" worthy of this level of humiliation? MILWAUKEE ...
    Nov 02 Tags: Untagged

Janis Ringhand, State Senator Dist 15

State Senator Janis Ringhand (D-Evansville) is a former mayor, small business owner and community banker. She serves on the Senate Committee on Revenue, Financial Institutions and Rural Affairs. She serves the 15th Senate District.

Recent Posts

  • PLA Legislation is Bad for Wisconsin

    Project Labor Agreements (PLA’s) are one of the few tools that local governments have left to put “Wisconsin first” when it comes to public construction projects, but Madison legislators want to eliminate it as part of the bidding process. MADISON - As President Trump takes the initial steps to get America out of poorly negotiated trade dea ...
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  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Is 'Our Financial Watchdog'

    Federal Agency was created as part of the Dodd-Frank Act in response to the banking crisis of 2007-08, which caused the Great Recession. Customers of Wells Fargo, or any other bank or credit union, can monitor their accounts to make sure they don’t see unauthorized products or account activity and report them here. EVANSVILLE, WI - The Consumer ...
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  • It’s Time to Invest in Our Transportation System

    Gov. Walker tells Transportation Secretary not to include any tax or fee increases in his budget request for state highway system improvement. As a result, system is going to continue to deteriorate and highway projects throughout the state will be delayed. MADISON - Recently, former Republican State Senator and current Waukesha County Executive ...
    Jul 10 Tags: Untagged

Jon Erpenbach. State Senator 27th District

State Senator Jon Erpenbach (D-Madison) - A former radio personality and legislative assistant, Erpenbach was elected to represent the 27th Senate District in November of 1998 and was re-elected in 2002, 2006, 2010, and 2014. Jon’s Senate colleagues elected him Senate Democratic Leader in December 2002. He served in that position until December 2004.
Senator Erpenbach has worked in the Legislature to regulate issue ads since his election in 1998 to the Senate, that includes working on bipartisan proposals to limit outside spending in elections and shed light on who is spending money to influence the outcomes of elections and legislation.
For more information please contact his office at 608-266-66790 or 888-549-0027 or

Recent Posts

  • It’s Time to Stand Up for our Agricultural and Rural Communities

    State Senator says family farms are Wisconsin’s legacy and makes proposals to better address the real issues that our rural communities are facing. West Point - The story is starting to become cliché. Wisconsinites overwhelmingly support a proposal that benefits our state, Republican leadership cries “partisanship”, and blocks action until an un ...
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  • Wisconsin Democrats Introduce Bills to Protect Property Taxpayers

    Legislation attempts to reverse the increasing bill for the costly school choice and voucher programs at the expense of public schools. MADISON - Property taxpayers have a hidden cost on their bills this month. According to the Department of Public Instruction, this hidden fee will cost the 27th Senate District $3.1 million, and upwards of $95.6 ...
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  • Homeless Wisconsinites Left out in the Cold by GOP

    State Republican “A Hand for the Homeless” package just another stall tactic says Erpenbach. WEST POINT - In Governor Evers’ budget proposal, he included funding to combat homelessness in Wisconsin. The funding was based on recommendations from an Interagency Council on Homelessness that was created in 2017. The recommendations were drawn from ...
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  • Middleton Legislators Echo Police Chief’s Call for Gun Safety

    MADISON – It has been a year since an active shooter targeted his place of work in Middleton. Yet, unfortunately, a year later we have made zero progress in ensuring that no other Wisconsinites are affected by gun violence. Every Wisconsinite should have the opportunity to go to school, a place of worship, or any other public space in their commun ...
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  • Wisconsin schools put students first, Legislature should do the same

    Senator Jon Erpenbach is hopeful that Republicans will join Democrats and work to restore what they have cut from education. WEST POINT - Under Governor Tony Evers’ leadership, Republicans agreed to make a down payment on the People’s Budget and increase funding for our schools. Unfortunately, with school just getting started for the year, ...
    Sep 13 Tags: Untagged

Tammy Baldwin, Senator from Wisconsin

In 2012, Tammy was elected to the U.S. Senate defeating former Wisconsin Governor and Bush Administration Cabinet Secretary Tommy Thompson 52%-46%. She is Wisconsin’s first woman to serve in the US Senate and is the first openly gay member elected to the Senate.
Tammy Baldwin is devoted to fighting for Wisconsin families and has been her whole life. Tammy was born and raised in the Badger State and in Wisconsin’s proud progressive tradition, she has a strong record of taking on corporate special interests and fighting for the middle class.

Recent Posts

  • VOTE: Walker's worst ideas?

    MADISON - Wisconsinites have a celebrated history of progressivism. We value civic engagement and activism. We believe in the power of regular people and government’s role in improving and protecting the lives of citizens.But after six years under Governor Walker’s failed leadership, many of the values Wisconsinites hold dear are being eroded ...
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Russ Feingold

Russ Feingold is known for his independence, his honesty and his work ethic on behalf of Wisconsin families. He has always stood up for the middle class families, students and workers who need economic opportunity, often drawing the ire of wealthy special interests and lobbyists.

A lifetime Wisconsin resident, Feingold represented Wisconsin in the U.S. Senate from 1993 to 2011, earning a reputation for doing what’s right, not what’s politically convenient. Whether it was opposing the war in Iraq, serving as an early voice for fiscal responsibility, or being the only Senator to oppose the Patriot Act, Feingold has shown that you can make a difference if you’re willing to speak truth to power.
After serving in the U.S. Senate, Feingold taught at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Lawrence University in Appleton and Stanford University in California. He served as United States Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Region of Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo at the State Department. And he founded the group Progressives United to continue his fight against special interest influence in our political system. In 2012 he authored the book While America Sleeps, A Wake Up Call For The Post 9/11 Era.
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Recent Posts

  • Making Our Votes Meaningless?

    As Republicans in Washington move to substitute their own Supreme Court pick under Trump for President Obama's, the very legitimacy of our democratic system is at stake. Stand up for the legitimacy of our Supreme Court. MIDDLETON, WI - Barack Obama won the 2012 presidential election by approximately 5 million votes. Donald Trump lost the 2016 el ...
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  • Put Government Back In The Hands Of The People

    “Corporations. Go heavy after them to give. Take Koch’s money. Get on a plane to Vegas and sit down with Sheldon Adelson. Ask for $1m now.” - The Guardian, September 14 MIDDLETON, WI - Nobody benefitted more from Citizens United than the Koch brothers and two Wisconsin Republicans: Governor Scott Walker and Senator Ron Johnson. This we‌ek, a st ...
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  • Russ Feingold on Wisconsin’s Opioid Crisis

    MIDDLETON, WI - The opioid crisis is a tragedy that ravages our communities, and it should never be a partisan issue. Addiction is a disease that we have to address comprehensively – that means treatment, prevention, and education. So I am encouraged that leaders like Sen. Tammy Baldwin are fighting for bipartisan solutions that prioritize treatme ...
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  • Russ Feingold Statement on Equal Pay Day

    MIDDLETON, WI - Women have played an invaluable role in growing and strengthening Wisconsin’s economy; their hard work, dedication and ingenuity have built strong families, businesses and communities. Yet, women still lack the legal protection to guarantee the pay they deserve. Equal Pay Day marks how far into the year women on average have to wor ...
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  • Other entries by Russ Feingold

Dan Thomson, Madison

Dan Thomson is a former factory worker, Illinois Department of Human Services Caseworker, Illinois Human Rights Investigator and a lawyer. He holds a Master’s in Anthropology and a JD. For the past six years he has been retired, and now lives in Madison, WI.

Recent Posts

  • Let’s Make Electing a President a “democratic” Process

    Madison Activist and Bernie Supporter wants a Constitutional amendment. MADISON, WI - I woke up on June 14, 2016, and accepted that Bernie was not going to be our next President. It was sad and hard because Bernie is for real. You know he isn’t lying to you when he speaks. We haven’t had a politician that honest since Proxmire. Bernie Sander ...
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  • Other entries by Dan Thomson, Madison

Ian Smith, Madison

Ian Smith, an Army Veteran, a native of Madison, retired from a successful career with the VA spanning 40+ years, and is a long time, staunch Unionist having served two terms as President of a 1,400 member Local 1732 and remains a delegate to SCFL and WI AFL-CIO. You can contact Ian at

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Janet Bewley, State Senator Dist 25

Janet Bewley, State Senator Dist 25 was elected to the Senate in the fall of 2014 after serving two terms in the Wisconsin State Assembly. She is a member of the Senate’s Committee on Universities and Technical Colleges, Committee on Education, Committee on Insurance, Housing, and Trade and the Joint Legislative Audit Committee.
Janet is also a member of the Special Committee on State-Tribal Relations, the State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and the Governor’s Council on Tourism. Prior to her first election in the fall of 2010, she served on the Ashland City Council for two years.
Madison Office: 126 South, State Capitol Phone: (608) 266-3510 E-mail:

Recent Posts

  • Tax Credit Pays Off For Job Cutters to so-called "job creators" under the manufacturing tax credit not working. It’s time to put working taxpayers first, says Sen. Bewley. MADISON - “It’s quiet… too quiet.” We’ve all heard that line in one movie or another. The halls of the State Capitol can have a ...
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  • When Officers Die, Words Are Not Enough

    Time for Assembly to Step Up for Spouses and Children of Law Enforcement Officers Killed in the Line of Duty. ASHLAND, WI - Soon we will all be celebrating the unofficial start to summer, Memorial Day. I will spend the day with a group of veterans from Mellen VFW Post 2273 visiting cemeteries across Ashland County. I’m honored to join them as ...
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  • Voters Deserve Say On Voucher Spending

    Bill proposes same oversight voters have over public school revenue. MADISON - The recent spring ballot gave Wisconsin voters sixty-five opportunities to cast votes on public school funding requests ranging from new facilities to basic operations. In Northern Wisconsin communities voters were able to approve an increase for classroom education ...
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  • Ready to Help Wherever Needed

    On National Girl Scouts Day, March 12, 2017 ASHLAND, WI - One of the things I enjoy most about being a State Senator is visiting local schools to talk with fourth graders about state government. I always try and include time for questions and answers. Fourth graders can be very curious. I get lots of questions about my family – do I have chil ...
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  • Wisconsin Has A Proud Legacy to Build On

    Gov. Walker talked this week about "working and winning", but his plan is to continue borrowing and raiding Peter to pay Paul. Our priority must be Wisconsin’s roads, schools and jobs. Wisconsinites never have, and never will stop putting in a hard day’s work. MADISON - In the depths of the great depression, President Roosevelt warned against be ...
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Recent Posts

  • Thoughts After the 2016 Election

    We must start a dialogue now with one another to understand how we can aspire for the goodness in our state and how together we can make our state a model of “we the people…with liberty and justice for all”. GREEN BAY - This election has torn our country apart.  While many of us are repulsed by the rhetoric of the campaign, there is one sil ...
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  • Why Are Some Trying To Destroy Our Education System?

    What happens if we turn our educational system into a supply chain of workers to fit our jobs, a place to manufacture workforce competent doers, but not critical thinkers? Company President and former Chair of the Green Bay Chamber of Commerce examines the shortsightedness of business leaders and politicians who attack our K-12 and university ...
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  • Climate Change and Health

    Healthcare Must Lead On Climate Change GREEN BAY - Sustainability and climate change discussion needs a different perspective—human health. Healthcare’s commitment to sustainability principles should not be focused on improving healthcare, but rather improving overall health.  Medical care impacts only about 10% of outcomes that make u ...
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  • Other entries by Paul Linzmeyer

Wisconsin Conservation Voters, Ryan Billingham

Wisconsin Conservation Voters, Ryan Billingham has not set their biography yet

Recent Posts

  • Toxic PFAS Threat Grows

    Despite mounting evidence linking PFAS to a range of negative health effects including cancer, liver damage, decreased fertility, and increased risk of asthma and thyroid disease, polluters try to minimize it. MADISON – On Monday, the city of Rhinelander shut down one of its municipal wells after testing indicated the presence of perfluorinated ...
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  • Conservation Voter's Ads Spotlight Drinking Water Pollution In Kewaunee County

    Nonpartisan League of Conservation Voters launches Ad campaign in Northeastern WI Senate District 1 race with Manure is ‘In Our Shower and Our Faucets’. MADISON – A new ad campaign focused on the special election in Senate District 1 features a Kewaunee County resident whose faucets ran brown with liquid manure and spotlights the anti-co ...
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