No matter where you come from or what you look like, we can all agree that voters pick their leaders; leaders shouldn’t get to pick their voters.
Accessible and secure elections are the bedrock of our democracy. This pandemic has shown us the lengths Wisconsin voters are willing to go to cast a ballot and make their voices heard, but it doesn’t have to be this hard. Governor Evers’ budget takes huge strides towards modernizing our elections and giving all Wisconsinites a chance to pick their leaders, and the future they want.
We’re coming together to build new dreams and invest in our collective future. The budget that Governor Evers announced this evening will help our communities bounce back even stronger in 2021 and beyond by investing in us.
As Wisconsinites worry about putting food on the table or bringing home a deadly virus to a vulnerable family member, Republicans in the legislature have spent more time arguing over how best to attack and undermine the Democratic Governor’s effort to keep us safe than trying to provide constructive solutions.
It was already bad enough that Republicans in Wisconsin’s state Senate were voting to overturn a live-saving public health order, all to undermine the Democratic Governor.
Although Republicans might put political gain over public health, Wisconsinites are speaking out to support the mask mandate and save lives.
President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris’s inauguration today is a moment of hope, unity, and renewal.
We must remove from office all those who protect President Trump over our Constitution and our democracy. Only then can we deliver a better future, where democracy means liberty and justice for all, no exceptions.
It’s time for the Senate to do its job and convene and convict the President so that we can unite around our precious tradition of peaceful transition of power.
Republicans in the state Assembly have passed, on a party-line vote, a bill that puts profit over people and corporations over communities.