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Written by Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Brandon Weathersby   
Tuesday, 25 April 2017 13:38

wisdems-groundgameRecord-breaking fundraising and grassroots activism in support of Senator Tammy Baldwin's re-election makes Democrats feel ready to Win in 2018.

MADISON - Joining a chorus of stories across the country, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel published a Sunday story highlighting activism across Wisconsin that has translated to a record-breaking fundraising and grassroots activism in support of Senator Tammy Baldwin's re-election campaign.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Wisconsin Democrats see new energy, challenges
By Jason Stein and Patrick Marley
April 22, 2017

tammy-baldwinMADISON – In the first three months of this year, Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin got money from twice as many new donors as she did in all of 2016 — more even than she did in her first full quarter as a Senate candidate in late 2011. She’s done it while decrying President Donald Trump and while meeting with new liberal groups that didn’t exist last fall when Democrats were dealt a bitter defeat by Trump and other Republicans.

Read more here.   This story adds to a clear trend in Wisconsin and nationally: Democrats are ready to win in 2018.   Read more about this nationwide movement that has found a stronghold in Wisconsin: Wisconsin State JournalNew faces fuel Wisconsin's 'resistance' movement, hope to achieve what past uprisings could not PoliticoRepublicans sound alarm on Trump's troubles ahead of 2018 Washington Post: Wisconsin Democratic senator echoes Trump’s economic message in her reelection bid PoliticoDems show surprising strength at start of brutal 2018 midterm The HillPicking 2018 candidates pits McConnell vs. GOP groups
RealClear PoliticsSlow Pace of 2018 Senate Bids a Growing GOP Concern

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