Bryce campaign: Racine Mayor Cory Mason endorses Randy Bryce

Contact: Julia Savel, 973-525-5579, juliasavel@randybryceforcongress.com

RACINE, WI – Today, Racine Mayor Cory Mason endorsed Randy Bryce to replace Paul Ryan in Wisconsin’s First Congressional District, citing his commitment to building a bigger table for all.

“I am proud to be supporting Randy Bryce for Congress. We all know that Congress is packed with millionaires who often listen more to the high priced lobbyists and special interests in Washington, than their neighbors and small business owners back in their district,” said Racine Mayor Cory Mason. “Randy’s campaign represents the best chance for a working class person, who cares deeply about this community and our state, to represent the real world concerns of working families in Wisconsin.”

“This endorsement is an honor, especially coming from a lifelong public servant like Cory. Cory knows that the people in Racine deserve better representation then what they have been getting for the past 20 years. I know the struggles that working people in our district face because I have been struggling alongside them. I know that working families have been overlooked by politicians for too long, which is why we need to elect a working person to Congress,” said Randy Bryce. “I am ready to get to Washington and represent the people in this district, and I look forward to working with Cory to better serve the voters in Racine and all across Southeast Wisconsin. It’s time to build a bigger table. Our future depends on it.”

“Working Families Party is happy to see two of our strongest champions unite. We worked hard to help elect Racine Mayor Cory Mason and we are proud of the work he’s doing to make Racine a place where everyone can succeed,” said Executive Director of Wisconsin Working Family’s Party Marina Dimitrijevic. “Mayor Mason’s support of Randy Bryce for Congress demonstrates the strong confidence the community has in Randy and the desire to send a champion who is one of us to fight for all of us in Washington.”

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