3 Questions for Sen. Johnson at Tomorrow’s Opioid Field Hearing
Johnson has a well-documented record of failure when it comes to offering real solutions to Wisconsin’s families on this tragedy.
Johnson has a well-documented record of failure when it comes to offering real solutions to Wisconsin’s families on this tragedy. He’s fully embraced the failed “just say no” rhetoric of the past that did nothing to prevent or treat drug addiction in our communities.
With Sen. Johnson’s failed record in mind, here are 3 questions for which Wisconsinites deserve answers:
1. Why did you vote against the $600 million in emergency funding that would have provided prevention services, education, and other resources to local law enforcement and others to combat this crisis right here in Wisconsin?
2. Why do you support another expensive “just say no” campaign, when you say we can’t afford funding for local law enforcement and health professionals to combat and prevent this crisis?
3. Why do you support the idea of putting billions of dollars toward a wall on our southern border when you say we can’t afford funding for local law enforcement and health professionals to combat and prevent this crisis here at home?
Press Releases by Democratic Party of Wisconsin
"No matter who Donald Trump sends to Wisconsin to argue his case, his record speaks for itself," said Rep. Wachs.
Family unhappy with Johnson's failure and his desperate political exploitation
Wisconsinites want to know...
Ahead of Donald Trump’s Visit to Green Bay, Senator Tammy Baldwin and Tom Nelson Condemn his Divisive RhetoricOct 17th, 2016 by Democratic Party of Wisconsin
"It is time for all leaders to reject Donald Trump once and for all, and to denounce his long record of hurtful and abusive behavior," said Tom Nelson.
On Press Call Elected Officials and Advocates Denounce Senator Johnson for His Continued Support of TrumpOct 17th, 2016 by Democratic Party of Wisconsin
Call Comes As Trump Campaigns In Green Bay Today
For nearly six years Senator Johnson has been at the center of Washington gridlock.