Yes – every single far-left candidate is endangering Wisconsin’s Comeback
May 29, 2018
[Madison, WI] — Are too many Democrats in Wisconsin running for Governor? A recent report from the Associated Pressindicates that the highly flawed Democrat candidates are failing to gain traction with voters – on top of staking out dangerously far-left positions that would put Wisconsin’s comeback in jeopardy.
Read the full report from the Associated Presshereor find excerpts below.
In Wisconsin, do too many Democrats want to be governor?
May 28, 2018
Southern Wisconsin cattle farmer Diane Mills-Frank just wants to know who her party’s candidate for governor will be.
She and other frustrated Democrats are having a hard time navigating the glut of candidates — 10 serious and a half-dozen not as much — who are looking to take on Republican Gov. Scott Walker in November.
“People are just popping up,” said Mills-Frank, whose 100-acre cattle and hay farm rests along the Beaver Dam Lake, about 40 miles (64 kilometers) northeast of the state capital, Madison. “They fill out the paperwork to run for governor and everyone’s like ‘Who’s that?’”
There’s no sign any of the main Democratic candidates will drop out before the Aug. 14 primary. They are gathering Friday for the Wisconsin Democratic Party convention in Oshkosh, where they hope to win over hundreds of party activists — many of them undecided.
Democrats are angling for money from donors wary to commit, attention from a public that hasn’t really tuned into the race yet, and endorsements from key groups and Democratic allies looking for the field to settle.
Meanwhile, Walker continues to dominate the airwaves and stockpile resources as he seeks a third term. He had $4.2 million cash on hand in January, which has helped pay for his current $1.4 million television ad buy — good for three positive spots with no counter from Democrats.
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