Randy Bryce Dodges Forum with Democratic Primary Challenger, Cathy Myers
Local Democrats believe Cathy Myers is the best candidate to oust Paul Ryan
JANESVILLE, WI – In a week where Cathy Myers continued to receive strong local support for her grassroots campaign in Wisconsin’s First Congressional District, her primary opponent Randy Bryce abruptly dropped out of an agreed upon candidate forum scheduled for October 4th.
The candidate forum, which was organized by Our Wisconsin Revolution and Forward Kenosha, would have been the first chance for voters to meet candidates and hear their policy positions. Myers has a strong record on the Janesville School Board and has gained the most endorsements from local elected officials. Bryce, who has never served as an elected official, does not have a record of public service and has received support primarily from individuals who do not live in the district.
Cathy Myers responded, “The district deserves the best candidate to take on Paul Ryan. We need to participate in candidate forums to gain experience, engage local voters, and hear the concerns of grassroots leaders. Voters should have an opportunity to hear about Randy’s views and experiences and my experiences as a teacher and school board member.”
The decision to pull out of the candidate forum comes as a surprise as Bryce has often criticized Paul Ryan for refusing to face voters at town hall meetings.
Myers is a two-term member of the Janesville School Board where she serves her constituents, elected in 2013 and again in 2016, when she more than doubled her vote.
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Recent Press Releases by Cathy Myers
Myers calls on Bryce to account for campaign funds that appear to have been used to pay off his personal debt
Myers’ plan calls for $15 minimum wage, protecting small businesses by breaking up monopolies, and a universal basic income