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  • VOTE NO

    Vote No On Question 1

  • The same MAGA Republicans that undermine election results when they don't win are trying to permanently change Wisconsin's state constitution to make it harder to vote. If passed, Question 1 would make it significantly more difficult for our local election officials to cover the costs of running our elections. We shouldn't let MAGA extremists permanently change our constitution just because they are mad they didn't win. On Question 1, voting "NO" is the progressive choice.
     

    The same MAGA Republicans that undermine election results when they don't win are trying to permanently change Wisconsin's state constitution to make it harder to vote. If passed, Question 1 would make it significantly more difficult for our local election officials to cover the costs of running our elections. We shouldn't let MAGA extremists permanently change our constitution just because they are mad they didn't win. On Question 1, voting "NO" is the progressive choice.
     

    The same MAGA Republicans that undermine election results when they don't win are trying to permanently change Wisconsin's state constitution to make it harder to vote. If passed, Question 1 would make it significantly more difficult for our local election officials to cover the costs of running our elections. We shouldn't let MAGA extremists permanently change our constitution just because they are mad they didn't win. On Question 1, voting "NO" is the progressive choice.
     

  • VOTE NO

    Vote NO on Question 1

  • There are some emergencies - like a flood or a bridge collapse -  requiring help right away. During a crisis communities can’t afford delays caused by political gridlock and fighting over how to spend federal funding.
     

    On Question 1, voting "NO" is the progressive choice.

    There are some emergencies - like a flood or a bridge collapse -  requiring help right away. During a crisis communities can’t afford delays caused by political gridlock and fighting over how to spend federal funding.
     

    On Question 1, voting "NO" is the progressive choice.

    There are some emergencies - like a flood or a bridge collapse -  requiring help right away. During a crisis communities can’t afford delays caused by political gridlock and fighting over how to spend federal funding.
     

    On Question 1, voting "NO" is the progressive choice.

    Question 1

    There are some emergencies - like a flood or a bridge collapse -  requiring help right away. During a crisis communities can’t afford delays caused by political gridlock and fighting over how to spend federal funding.
     

    On Question 1, voting "NO" is the progressive choice.

  • VOTE NO

    Vote no on Question 2

  • Wisconsin’s legislature has been one of the least productive legislatures in the nation. When hospitals and first responders needed funding, they didn’t pass a single bill for six months. Once, we missed out on tens of millions of dollars because the legislature didn’t meet the deadline. The legislature is too dysfunctional to act quickly when necessary.
     

    On Question 2, voting "NO" is the progressive choice.
     

    Wisconsin’s legislature has been one of the least productive legislatures in the nation. When hospitals and first responders needed funding, they didn’t pass a single bill for six months. Once, we missed out on tens of millions of dollars because the legislature didn’t meet the deadline. The legislature is too dysfunctional to act quickly when necessary.
     

    On Question 2, voting "NO" is the progressive choice.
     

    Wisconsin’s legislature has been one of the least productive legislatures in the nation. When hospitals and first responders needed funding, they didn’t pass a single bill for six months. Once, we missed out on tens of millions of dollars because the legislature didn’t meet the deadline. The legislature is too dysfunctional to act quickly when necessary.
     

    On Question 2, voting "NO" is the progressive choice.
     

    Question 2

    Wisconsin’s legislature has been one of the least productive legislatures in the nation. When hospitals and first responders needed funding, they didn’t pass a single bill for six months. Once, we missed out on tens of millions of dollars because the legislature didn’t meet the deadline.