50 Reasons Voters Don’t Want the Same Old Gard

MADISON – After being rejected by voters in 2006, career politician John Gard is running for the 8th Congressional District seat again on his same old extreme record with his same old unethical behavior. The hard-working families of northeast Wisconsin do not share his extreme values, and that's why this Bush-Cheney Republican will lose again.

During the 50 days leading up to the general election on November 4, the Democratic Party of Wisconsin will list 50 reasons why voters should reject the same old failed leadership and same old out-of-touch agenda of Republican candidate John Gard – and send Democrat Steve Kagen back to our nation's capital to represent northeast Wisconsin for a second term.

Reason #32

Gard Opposed Move to Regulate Utility Mergers

·         In 1997, Gard opposed a bipartisan move by the leaders of both the Assembly and Senate to delay mergers of utility companies until the Legislature could set regulations. Gard said he believed that concerns could adequately be addressed by the Public Service Commission. (Source: WisconsinState Journal, 1.9.1997)

To read more about "The Same Old Gard", please visit: http://www.wisdems.org/gard.asp.