MADISON – The day after more than one million signatures were submitted to recall Scott Walker, details are emerging that Walker’s administration claimed a budget deficit as justification to kick tens of thousands of Wisconsinites off of BadgerCare.
MADISON – Following is a statement from Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate on the new attack ad placed by the Koch Brother’s group, Americans for Prosperity:
"In his last speech before he was slain, Martin Luther King., Jr., spoke of the power of nonviolent protest by people who face the cynical idea that they must accept injustice and bow down before power. "We are determined to be people-we are saying that we are God's children," Dr. King said in rejoinder to this notion.
DPW Calls on "Struggling" Sean Duffy to Disavow All Outside Spending & Return $5,000 from Citizens United
MADISON – The Democratic Party of Wisconsin today called on "Struggling" Sean Duffy to put his money where his mouth is by disavowing all outside spending in this election and returning the $5,000 he accepted from Citizens United, the special interest group that helped overturn campaign finance reform laws and opened the door to unprecedented outside spending.
Scott Walker's extremist health care czar has picked a home-schooled nurse from Texas with no relevant experience for a top public health position responsible for emergency preparedness.
MADISON – The Koch Brothers’ right-wing smear machine Americans For Prosperity on Tuesday released its mid-term Congressional scorecard, and Congressman Reid Ribble (R-Roofing), topped the list with a 100 percent, A+ rating, voting the way Americans for Prosperity wanted him to in every single instance.
With Wisconsin facing snow storms, Scott Walker ran off to warmer climes, kissing the rings of the Texas extremists who count in their numbers his biggest donor, the "Swift Boat" coward who funded ads attacking Vietnam veterans.
MADISON – With more than half of his campaign contributions coming from corporate special interests and political action committees, Sean Duffy (R-MTV) on Monday hypocritically called for an end to corporate campaign donations, telling the Wausau Daily Herald that he wants to "Take it all away."
MADISON-Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate in response to the partisan report of Scott Walker's "Waste, Fraud and Abuse" Commission.