KENOSHA, WI—Randy Bryce, local activist and iron worker, launched his campaign earlier this week to challenge Speaker Paul Ryan for Wisconsin’s First Congressional seat in 2018. Bryce’s campaign will hold its first rally this Saturday, June 24 at 10am at the United Autoworkers Local 72 Hall in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Bryce will headline the rally and will be joined by local Democratic activists and supporters including: State Senator Chris Larson, Racine Alderman John Tate, Community activist Ethel Gates, Racine teacher Angelina Cruz, Former congressional candidate Rob Zerban, as well as a crowd of supporters.
“Since Monday morning, my whole world has changed completely—in the best way,” said Bryce. “The enthusiasm and support from working and middle-class people all over the country is astounding. It’s clear that the people of Wisconsin want a leader in Congress who represents their values and knows their struggles, and I know that if we work together I can be that person and win in November 2018.”
Bryce’s campaign launched on Monday morning, and was met immediately with widespread enthusiasm and nationwide grassroots support. Since Monday, his campaign has raised more than $250,000 spread across nearly 9,000 donations, and his launch video has been viewed more than 5 million times on his campaign platforms alone.
What: Randy Bryce for Congress Campaign Rally
Date: Saturday, June 24
Time: 10:00 AM CDT
Location: UAW Local 72 Hall
3615 Washington Rd.
Kenosha, WI 53144
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