Milwaukee, October 9, 2017 – Speaking at a meeting of the Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans, governor candidate Mike McCabe said Wisconsin’s entire population should be eligible to participate in the state’s retirement system.....
MADISON, OCTOBER 5, 2017 -
1,641 miles. This campaign has gone from Curtiss to Wausau to Green Bay to Milwaukee to La Crosse - with many stops in between. Each mile over the first two-weeks of the kick-off tour showcased Wisconsin's beauty as well as its current challenges.
MILWAUKEE, OCTOBER 5, 2017 - Mike McCabe's Principle over Party campaign continues to make its way around the state. Thursday night's Town Hall at Milwaukee's African-American Women's Center (3020 W Vliet St, Milwaukee, WI) is the latest stop. The Town Hall style event on October 5th will begin at 6 pm with a short speech from the candidate. The majority of the evening will be questions from the floor. The event is free to attend and all are welcome.
La Crosse, WI, Sept 25, 2017 - Since his official kick-off in Curtiss, WI on Sept 12, 2017, McCabe’s Principle Over Party campaign has been barnstorming the state with a message about getting government working for all of us and not just a few. Stops have included Curtiss, Wausau, Green Bay and Milwaukee.
LA CROSSE, WI, SEPTEMBER 25TH, 2017 - Co-ops help build strong communities and allow everyday people to support local farms. Assembly Bill 353 introduced Monday is disastrous for neighborhood co-ops across the state and the farmers they serve. Wisconsin’s 150 year old co-operative principles include participation with the community, autonomy, and a “1 member, 1 vote” policy. This bill is a dramatic departure from those democratic, community-based principles. It grants the corporatization of co-ops and allows big money to creep into these locally oriented organizations.
September 25, La Crosse, WI - Wisconsin governor candidate Mike McCabe announced today at a rally in La Crosse that if elected he will insist on an annual salary that is one dollar less than the average Wisconsin worker makes in a year....
MILWAUKEE, WI, SEPTEMBER 21, 2017- Wisconsin governor candidate Mike McCabe announced today that he will decline to live in the Governor’s Mansion if elected but will leave it up to the people of the state to decide what to do with the residence.
Milwaukee, WI, Sept 20, 2017 - After his official kick-off in Curtiss, WI on Sept 12, 2017, McCabe’s Principle Over Party campaign will barnstorm the state with a message about getting government working for all of us and not just a few, a living wage for every worker, health care for all, debt-free education and job training, and high-speed Internet to every doorstep.
Click here to download an audio file of Mike McCabe's campaign kickoff press briefing.
Wisconsin governor candidate Mike McCabe announced today that he will not accept any single donation of more than $200 for his campaign, despite state law allowing candidates for governor in Wisconsin to take $20,000 checks from individuals and $86,000 donations from political action committees.
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