CALL TO ACTION!
Sometime this week, Gov. Scott Walker will decide if he will sign or veto the bills the Republicans have passed during this lame duck session. The impact of these bills - they will curtail the incoming Governor and Attorney General powers. Help send a message to Walker that we want our voices heard and democracy respected. Here is how you can send a message to Madison.
Send your emails now!
Email this link to express thoughts to Gov. Walker as well.
Call Monday and express your opinion!
Call 608-266-1212 to reach Governor Walker's office. You may have to leave a message but you have lent your voice. Keep trying even if you get a busy signal.
Don't give up! We all need to ACT NOW to raise our voices together!
ACTION ALERT from the Democratic Party of Wisconsin:
Republicans have introduced bills to undercut Gov.-elect Tony Evers
Wisconsin Republicans lost badly in the midterms, but that hasn’t stopped them from being sore losers. Now Republicans in the legislature are moving forward on several proposals to undercut Governor-elect Tony Evers’s authority before he’s even taken office. They’re even floating the idea of moving the 2020 presidential primary in order to rig the election in favor of the Republican Supreme Court justice! We can’t allow Republicans to play politics with our state’s future. They’re blatantly ignoring the will of the people, and the people need to say something.
Call your legislator using the below script, and ask 5 friends to do the same. If you don’t know who your legislators are, you can call the legislative hotline at 800-362-9472 and an operator will direct you.
“Hello. My name is _______ and I’m a constituent of _______. I’m calling to urge ______ to vote against any efforts to undermine Governor-elect Evers’s authority and move the date of the 2020 primary to benefit a Republican Supreme Court justice.”
Republicans are planning on bringing these bills to the floor as early as Tuesday, so we need to act fast. Please, spread the word so we can prevent this last-minute GOP effort to hold onto power.
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