Hello Friends, I’ve been fielding a lot of questions lately about who the county party is supporting in either of our local primaries. The answer is neither – and both. The county party is required by our constitution to remain totally neutral in all primaries. It’s the reason we didn’t support any candidate during the … Read more Statement of Neutrality
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By Clete Delvaux, Green Bay Here are some sobering thoughts gathered from the introduction of T. R. Reid’s 2009 book The Healing of America. “Government and academic studies report that more than 20,000 die in the prime of life each year from medical problems that could be treated, because they can’t afford to see a … Read more Universal Health Care in the U.S.
By Dr John Warren 1. It is SAFER with the pandemic around. 2. It is easy to have an absentee ballot mailed to your house. (go to https://MyVote.wi.gov/) 3. You do not have to worry about long lines, bad weather and same day voting hassles. (Think April only worse) 4. It IS safer with the … Read more Top 10 reasons to fill out an Absentee Ballot request and Vote By Mail
By Dr. John Warren, Green Bay We are all very tired of hearing and worrying about COVID-19 and are ready to have our lives return to normal as soon as possible. Unfortunately, we cannot wish this virus away. No one can predict the future, however physicians and scientists expect this virus to be around until … Read more One doctor’s perspective on COVID-19
Newsletter June 2020
Video with information on the Fair Maps Referendum AND a petition to sign! CALL YOUR BROWN COUNTY SUPERVISOR TODAY! Ask them to put a referendum on the statewide Fall ballot. Last meeting the supervisors said they haven’t heard from you – let’s change that!
Jarrett Brown is a factory worker, activist, and voter. He resides in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Those of you who are graduating high school or college right now are doing so at an interesting time. The experience you’ve had over the last several months during your senior year is unlike that of any class that came … Read more TO THE CLASS OF 2020: MAKE A DIFFERENCE NOW
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Generation of Opportunity Paul Bartlett, Allouez, WI My wife and I are in our young 70’s and are fortunate to have been born into the generation of opportunity. With a little ambition, our futures were rosy. College tuition was generally well within reach; housing costs (own or rent) were affordable; unemployment was low; opportunity abounded. … Read more Generation of Opportunity