Assembly Minority Leader Peter Barca called on party activists tonight to keep up the energy heading into 2018.
“When we Wisconsinites get knocked down, we get up smarter, stronger, ready for the fight to do what’s right,” he said.
He credited the Women’s March back in January in Washington, D.C. and across the nation as the “kickoff” to creating a “fired up citizenry.”
Barca also touted the Dem party’s statewide agenda, after taking shots at Gov. Scott Walker and President Trump, to applause from the crowd.
“There’s a lot of terms that would describe President Trump, but I assure you, it won’t be two terms,” he said.