Mike McCabe for Governor Press Releases

McCabe: Take state government to the people

June 12, 2018 - Wisconsin governor candidate Mike McCabe said today that, once elected, he will periodically take the governor’s office on the road, bringing cabinet secretaries and other agency officials with him to give people in urban and rural areas of the state alike greater access and more of a voice in state government.

Wisconsinites vote Mike McCabe a People’s Champion

JUNE 11, 2018 - Last week, thousands of Wisconsinites voted for a People’s Champion, and helped narrow the Wisconsin’s Choice field of gubernatorial candidates from nine to four, with Mike McCabe and his People Powered Campaign making it to the final four.

McCabe's People Powered Campaign Releases New Video

JUNE 5, 2018 - Mike McCabe's Principle Over Party campaign today released its latest campaign video, which was shot during a recent campaign swing through Eau Claire. The video focuses on the kind of change Mike is working for and on the extensive grassroots network the campaign has built, with well over 2,100 volunteers working all across the state to reach out to voters.

Healthy economy and environment go hand in hand in McCabe ‘protect and prosper’ agenda

MAY 29, 2018 - Governor candidate Mike McCabe is calling for Wisconsin to take six transformative steps to protect public health and the state’s natural resources while stimulating the economy and providing new employment for tens of thousands of workers.

Mike McCabe's People Powered Campaign turns in 4,000 nomination signatures on his 58th Birthday.

MAY 23, 2018 - Mike McCabe's Principle Over Party campaign for governor today submitted the maximum number of nomination signatures to the Wisconsin Elections Commission to earn a place on the ballot for this year's election. Volunteers in every part of the state circulated nomination papers for McCabe and gathered well over 5,000 signatures to date with more arriving each day.

People Powered Bridges to celebrate McCabe's Birthday

MAY 23, 2018 - McCabe supporters will express their political voices by adopting bridges over major highways throughout Wisconsin today, Wednesday, May 23rd, between 4:00 and 8:00 p.m. This political action is an outgrowth of People Powered Billboards which started last fall in communities throughout Wisconsin by people who feel that those who represent them are no longer listening to them or responding to the needs of their communities. Rather, representatives are listening only to the wealthy and well-connected few who can afford to make large donations to political campaigns. Mark Neumann of La Crosse shared, "People to people, person to person. People Powered Billboards is a way to greet neighbors and rekindle hope for democracy."  

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Remove state barriers to local democracy to empower communities, McCabe proposes

May 15, 2018 - Wisconsin is at its best when neighbors and communities are free to shape their future together and empowered to look out for each other, which is why candidate for governor Mike McCabe is calling for the repeal of more than 130 state laws made in the last seven years taking away decision-making authority from local communities in Wisconsin.

McCabe calls for ‘fix ‘em first’ and ‘pay as we pave’ policies on roads

MAY 1, 2018 - Wisconsin’s roads and bridges are deteriorating badly and the state needs a whole new approach to strengthening its transportation infrastructure that prioritizes fixing existing roads before expanding or building new ones and paying as we pave to end excessive borrowing, governor candidate Mike McCabe said today as he called for bringing back automatic adjustments in the gas tax for inflation to keep revenue in line with road expenses.

McCabe Earns Moms Demand Action's Gun Sense Candidate Distinction

APRIL 19, 2018 - Mike McCabe received the Gun Sense Candidate Distinction from Moms Demand Action in recognition of the stands he has taken in his campaign for governor.

High-speed Internet everywhere in Wisconsin in 5 years under McCabe plan

APRIL 17, 2018 - With Wisconsin ranked 49th in the country in Internet speed, Wisconsin governor candidate Mike McCabe today put forward a transformative plan to bring high-speed Internet to every part of the state within five years, funded by savings gleaned from ending two unsuccessful state subsidy programs he has targeted for elimination.

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