Rep. Neubauer: Dem weekly radio address: Wisconsin millennials

Contact:  Rep. Greta Neubauer, 608-266-0634

Audio File of Radio Address

Hello, this is State Rep. Greta Neubauer with this week’s Democratic Radio Address.

Last week, republicans pushed a bill through the legislature that would allocate $6.8 million for an advertising campaign to attract millennials to Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Republicans understand millennials are leaving Wisconsin, but they don’t have any idea how to keep us.

The Wisconsin GOP is out of touch and outdated.

As a newly elected official, and a millennial, I understand what we need to do to make Wisconsin a more desirable place to live, work, and play.

Young people want to live where the environment is clean, the schools are good, healthcare is affordable and accessible, and the transportation systems are strong. We want meaningful work that supports our families and builds our communities.

That starts with making clean air and water a priority and ensuring our natural resources and tradition of sporting heritage continue to thrive for future generations.

It continues with investing our resources in public education at all levels, so the schools our children go to are just as strong as the schools we attended.

It means rebuilding our infrastructure so whether you are biking, driving, or busing, you can get from point A to point B safely.

Millennials want a Wisconsin where they can raise a family, attend a world class university, and know that regardless of who you are or where you are from, you are welcome in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Democrats understand the real solution to our problems isn’t $6.8 million advertising campaign, it is upholding the progressive values that move Wisconsin forward.

Thank you.