Democratic Party of Wisconsin
Press Release

Wisconsin Democrats on The GOP’s Latest Desperate Stunt


By - May 13th, 2024 02:50 pm

MADISON, Wis. — Just weeks after the Democratic Party of Wisconsin launched its six-figure “No More Games” digital campaign to end the gridlock and release already approved money to stabilize rural hospitals and address drinking water pollution, Republicans are showing that the heat is getting to them. But instead of just having the Republican members of the Joint Finance Committee show up and do their job, state Senate Republicans announced they would be coming into session to attempt several veto overrides—and ultimately still get nothing done.

Democratic Party of Wisconsin Communications Director Joe Oslund issued the following statement:

“This latest stunt is yet another desperate attempt by Republican politicians in Madison to distract from the reality that they alone are responsible for blocking approved funding from flowing to save rural hospitals and clean pollutants from our drinking water. We don’t need another round of press conferences and pointless show votes, we just need Republicans to release the money they’ve already approved and get out of the way.”

NOTE: This press release was submitted to Urban Milwaukee and was not written by an Urban Milwaukee writer. While it is believed to be reliable, Urban Milwaukee does not guarantee its accuracy or completeness.

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One thought on “Wisconsin Democrats on The GOP’s Latest Desperate Stunt”

  1. TosaGramps1315 says:

    You know, I never really liked clowns. Now I realize why I don’t particularly like so many Republicans.

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