Calling on his “kitchen cabinet” of Washington lobbyists and Republican money men, current Republican U.S. Senator Ron Johnson is formulating a plan for his reelection attempt, according to The Hill newspaper.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Executive Director Maggie Brickerman in response to Ron Johnson's Senate vote today against the Violence Against Women Act.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Executive Director Maggie Brickerman following Ron Johnson’s vote against the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which passed the U.S. Senate despite opposition from 31 male Republicans.
WisDems Statement on Senator Ron Johnson Voting No on the Buffett Rule and Against Millionaires and Billionaires Paying Their Fair Share
MADISON –WisDems Chair Mike Tate released the following statement after Senator Ron Johnson voted against allowing a vote on the Buffett Rule, which would ensure that millionaires and billionaires are paying their fair share in taxes, just like middle-class families across the country.
Speaking to constituents recently, Tea Party extremist Sen. Ron Johnson attacked minimum wage workers.
Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate Calls for Senate Republicans and GOP Presidential Candidates to Stand with Consumers and the Middle Class and not Just Wall Street
MADISON – With the Senate Banking Committee voting on the nomination of Richard Cordray to be the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the President’s nomination will now go to the full Senate for approval. In anticipation of this, Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate released the following statement:
MADISON-Embarrassment Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Moon), gave a confused and jumbled response to interviewer Al Hunt's questions about the debt ceiling, indicating he supports cuts to Social Security and funding federal payments at 60 cents on the dollar, including tax refunds and farm payments.
MADISON –Ron Johnson is still refusing to answer questions about the $10 million deferred compensation payoff he received from his Oshkosh firm, Pacur, a sum that closely resembles the nearly $9 million Johnson used to finance his Senate campaign.
MADISON-A new analysis by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office shows that the effort joined by Wisconsin's Republican Congressional delegation to repeal health care reform will result in the end of prescription drug coverage for seniors.
WISCONSIN DELLS-His D.C. lobbyist cash paid for plenty of signs to limn the sparse crowds at the annual Wisconsin Republican convention here, but Tommy G. Thompson's run for the U.S. Senate was soundly rejected by his own party in humiliating fashion, with Thompson losing a straw poll to a nobody former state senator, with him dissed by extremist U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson.and with him under attack by Scott Walker's own political machine.