Craig for Congress: Gwen Moore demonstrates partisan hypocrisy on war and peace
From her election in 2005 until Bush left office in 2008, Gwen Moore was an outspoken supporter of ending America’s war in Iraq. She joined with other anti-war Democrats in the Out of Iraq Caucus to propose and vote for a variety of bills that would mandate the withdrawal of American forces.
A press release concerning a project I’m working on with a group of libertarian activists in Wisconsin, via Wisconsin for Our America Initiative. -ac
For Immediate Release Friday, January 29, 2016
Reformers for ballot access rally at capitol to demand change from state legislators who ran unopposed
Outraged by a process that keeps too many legitimate candidates off the ballot in Wisconsin elections, a coalition of reformers will be meeting at the Wisconsin State Capitol on February 17, 2016 for their second annual Lobby Day, to demand state legislators who ran unopposed in 2014 act now to ease Wisconsin’s restrictive election laws.… Read more ...
From from Jordan Hansen for 54th State Assembly, via the Libertarian Party of Wisconsin:
Scott Walker’s State of the State Address was one mostly filled with political filler; a speech filled with 25 minutes of facts and half-truths about the “successes” of the last few years of Republican leadership. The final 15 minutes, however, was full of new policy proposals, some good and some bad, meant to “Move Wisconsin Forward.”… Read more ...
Press Release from the Libertarian Party of Wisconsin:
Arndt to Challenge Sensenbrenner as Libertarian for 5th Congressional District, Focus on Term Limits and Limited Government
John Arndt announced his candidacy today to challenge Jim Sensenbrenner, as the Libertarian candidate for Wisconsin’s 5th congressional district for the 2016 election. John is 56 years old, was born in Milwaukee and grew up on Milwaukee’s northwest side.
Wisconsin Libertarians are preparing for the election year, with a series of candidates already launching their 2016 campaigns for State Legislature and Congress.
Jordan Hansen is working with a group of like-minded local supporters to mount a grassroots bid for the 54th Assembly district in Oshkosh. “It’s time somebody stands up against two-party politics, cronyism and corruption in government,” he told reporters at his announcement.… Read more ...