Following stops in Racine, Kenosha, Janesville, Monroe, Potosi, Gays Mills, Cashton, New Richmond, Milltown and Eau Claire, Tammy Baldwin headed to Wausau, Stevens Point, Fitchburg, Waupaca, Oshkosh, Appleton, Milwaukee and Green Bay
WISCONSIN – U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin has visited ten counties across Wisconsin during the first three days of her In Your Corner Tour, a week-long statewide swing to highlight the issues at the heart of Wisconsin communities.
“In the past three days, I’ve heard from Wisconsinites across the state, from Racine to New Richmond, about the issues that matter most to them,” said Tammy Baldwin. “Their message is loud and clear. Whether it’s about rebuilding our roads and bridges or addressing the addiction crisis, Wisconsinites want Washington to start working for them, and to stop taking orders from powerful special interests.”
In the first three days of the In Your Corner Tour, Tammy Baldwin met local African-American business leaders in Racine, local community leaders in Kenosha, workers rebuilding our roads at a highway construction project in Janesville, dairy farmers at a family-owned dairy farm in Monroe, brewers at the historic brewery in Potosi, rural broadband advocates in Gays Mills, farmers and workers at Organic Valley in Cashton, local community activists in New Richmond, Packers fans who back the Go Pack Go Act in Milltown and Wisconsinites affected by the addiction crisis in Eau Claire.
Following these first three days, Tammy Baldwin will continue the In Your Corner Tour with stops in Wausau at a veteran-owned manufacturer, Stevens Point to discuss clean drinking water, Fitchburg to hear from local African-American women leaders, Waupaca to discuss rural health care and prescription drug costs, Oshkosh to meet families with children who have pre-existing conditions, Appleton to meet Wisconsin paper mill workers, Milwaukee to tour minority-owned businesses and Green Bay to meet workers and retirees who are facing pension cuts.
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