Our Issues

  • Medicaid Expansion
    70% of Wisconsinites Approve Medicaid Expansion but Wisconsin Republicans are ignoring our will and playing politics with your healthcare. Get more information about Medicaid Expansion and how it affects all Wisconsin citizens. Read More…
  • Gerrymandering
    According to a recent Marquette poll, 72% of Wisconsinites want Fair Maps drawn in 2021, and 62% of Wisconsin Republicans favor it too. 47 out of 72 counties have passed resolutions opposing map manipulation and endorsing Fair Maps; many of the counties were carried by President Trump in 2016. Read More…
  • Affordable Healthcare
    If the Affordable Care Act is struck down, 153,000 people will lose coverage, and people with pre-existing conditions won’t be protected by Wisconsin laws.  The State Legislature Must Take Action to Protect Health Coverage. Read More…
  • Clean Water
    Gov. Tony Evers and Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes are standing up for children despite GOP lawmakers removing $40 million from the state budget that would have begun replacing lead service lines. His executive order this July directs state agencies to create a position in the state Department of Health Services to work with other state agencies to address childhood exposure to lead. Read More…
  • School Funding
    Every community deserves fair and fully funded public schools. Republican lawmakers are voting against Wisconsin children and their families. Even so, there is some good news. We have replaced the Walker Administration, and Democratic Governor Tony Evers has been able to make strides in returning public education to its rightful and historical place a priority for Wisconsin. The 2019-2021 state budget reflects some of this renewed investment. Read More…
  • Farm Issues
    A worldwide surplus of milk has driven down the price farmers receive to the point where many have lost money for months, or even several years, at a time. Nearly 3,000 U.S. dairy farms folded in 2018, about a 6.5% decline, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture figures. Wisconsin lost nearly 700 last year — almost two a day — as even dairy farmers used to enduring hard times called it quits in a downturn now headed into its fifth year. Read More…
  • Common Sense Gun Laws
    Sensible gun safety reforms are long overdue. Citizens across the country are ready to challenge the powerful interests that block reform. People want legislators to pass laws to prevent more deadly domestic abuse, suicide, and school shootings. Here in Wisconsin, we finally have courageous leadership determined to follow the will of the people on gun safety. Read More…
  • Strong Middle Class
    According to the 2017 Jobs and Economy Report by the Wisconsin Budget Project, a growing concentration of income is being held in the hands of the top 1%, while the incomes of everyone else stagnate, making it harder to make ends meet and achieve economic security. Read More…