This weekend, Republican politicians in Wisconsin, including Attorney General candidate Eric Toney and conservative state legislators, will join in at the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) state conference - all while families across the nation are still gathered in mourning the toll of gun violence massacres in New York, Texas, and other local communities and common sense gun safety reform laws languish.
Instead of sharing a plan focused on real issues Wisconsinites care about, in a recent media interview Michels revealed he is hung up on same-sex marriage - a right that’s been protected in America for years now under the 14th amendment and which is supported by 72 percent of the public according to a recent state poll.
While the January 6 physical attack occurred on just one day, it wasn’t and isn’t an isolated event. It was the culmination of a coordinated criminal conspiracy, with real ties to Wisconsin, that is still impacting us today.
Protecting our freedom to vote now and in the future requires exposing the lies, calling out the perpetrators and demanding accountability for those who would sabotage our elections for their own political power.
Every kid in the Badger state should have equal access to high quality public education. Thanks to Gov. Tony Evers, we’re on the right path to get there.
What exploded into the public eye as MAGA militants attacked our freedoms on January 6 isn’t just an historical event. It’s a criminal conspiracy.
A Better Wisconsin Together Applauds Gov. Tony Evers for Calling Special Session to Repeal Criminal Abortion Ban
Regardless of party lines, there is clearly only one right decision here: repeal the criminal abortion ban in Wisconsin.
Gableman/Vos Sham Election Inquiry: What Started as Right-Wing Stunt is Now Nearly $1 Million Boondoggle
The sham inquiry into the 2020 election is now a nearly $1 million boondoggle, financed with public tax dollars and with no end in sight.
Call, tweet, and write your local legislators and other elected officials to let them know Wisconsinites are unified in support for the LGBTQ+ community, today and every day.
Politicians Need to Protect Our Right to Live Free From Fear of Mass Shootings, Not Gun Lobby Interests
The people of Wisconsin have spoken: we want sensible gun safety measures that will save lives.
As we join in mourning another senseless gun violence massacre, aghast at the sorrow of the parents and loved ones of the children and teachers who were lost in Uvalde, we also join in raising our voices and demanding action.
Two years ago today, George Floyd - a Black man, a father, an irreplaceable member of his community - was ruthlessly and senselessly murdered.
Amid the infighting, the state GOP did endorse a radical, Trump faction policy agenda.
Far-right election conspiracy theorist Bob Spindell - who fraudulently posed as a Donald Trump elector in 2020 as part of a scheme to overturn the will of the people - now wants to serve as Chair of the Wisconsin Elections Commission.
Republican Party of Wisconsin Convention Preview: GOP Divided on Endorsements, but United in Their Extremism
As the Republican Party of Wisconsin gathers this weekend for their 2022 convention, disarray abounds.
Just days before Reproductive Justice Day of Action, in fact, Ron Johnson voted ‘No’ to the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA).
Today, the U.S. Senate failed to pass the Women’s Health Protection Act, a bill co-introduced by Sen. Tammy Baldwin that would help solidify equal access to safe abortions across the nation.
No judge, no politician, no elected or partisan-appointed official should be able to take away our right to make personal medical decisions for ourselves.
A leaked draft opinion of the Republican controlled U.S. Supreme Court showed that our nation’s highest court intends to overturn Roe v. Wade.
During teacher appreciation week, and all year long, we must stand up for Wisconsin teachers, and say Thank You for all they do for our kids.
And take some time this week to say ‘thank you’ to your local election clerk. It’s the least we can do for the people who – day in and day out – are laying the groundwork to protect our freedom to safely and securely cast our ballots.
No matter our zip code, age, or party line, most of us know the importance of protecting our local nature in Wisconsin and - on Arbor Day - especially our trees.
Today, on Workers’ Memorial Day, A Better Wisconsin Together stands in solidarity with those who are fighting to strengthen workers’ rights and ensure safe workplaces for all.
Gov. Tony Evers’ “Get Kids Ahead” initiative will deliver $15 million to support mental health resources for kids in Wisconsin’s K-12 schools.
No matter our zip code or party line, most of us in Wisconsin can agree that voters should choose their elected officials - not the other way around.
Imagine what our neighborhoods would look like if we had all that we need. That’s a future that Governor Tony Evers has envisioned.
No matter where we live or what we do, we all deserve the right to feel safe in our homes, our workplace, our school, places of worship, and everywhere we visit.
It’s time for Republican leaders to stop entertaining futile, superficial cannabis bills and instead join progressives in supporting fiscally responsible, inclusive, common sense legalization of marijuana in Wisconsin.
Right Wing Gubernatorial Hopeful Not Alone, Republican Controlled Legislature Also Left Town With Work Undone
The harassment of the people who help Wisconsinites turn in their ballots and have their voices heard must stop. You can call your state legislature today, at 1-800-362-9472, to tell them enough is enough.
Today, as the United States Senate confirmed Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, a precedent on equality and representation - long overdue - has been set.
Wisconsinites once again showed they value their freedom to vote, turning out across the state to make their voices heard in local elections impacting our schools, our courts and our municipal government.