Yesterday, the DNC’s “Build Back Better” bus made stops in Madison, Wisconsin and Kalamazoo, Michigan where Democrats highlighted how President Biden’s agenda is helping working people. At the stops, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, state party chairs Ben Wikler and Lavora Barnes, DNC Secretary Jason Rae, and several small business owners and parents talked about how their communities are building back better thanks to President Biden and Democrats, with the creation of more than four million jobs, tax cuts for middle-class families, and lower health care costs.
After making stops in more than ten states across the South, Mountain West, Midwest, and Northeast throughout the month of August, the DNC “Build Back Better” bus tour will make its final stops today in Philadelphia and Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Here’s a look at what voters were watching on local TV in Wisconsin and Michigan last night about the DNC’s bus tour…
Top Democrats in Wisconsin teamed up with the Democratic National Committee to launch a ‘Build Back Better’ bus tour as the party seeks to pump up their base ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
Chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Ben Wikler, Gov. Tony Evers, DNC Secretary Jason Rae and others held the bus tour event in Madison aimed at highlighting the party’s main themes for the 2022 election cycle.
Democrats touted job creation, lowering health care costs, COVID-19 federal relief aid and tax cuts for middle class families.
Democrats also touted middle-class tax cuts. State party chair Ben Wikler said the child tax credit is helpful for Wisconsin families.
“President Biden’s expanded child tax credit means that they can sleep a little easier at night knowing that they can say ‘yes’ to prioritizing their kids without having to worry about what else they are going to have to cut,” Wikler said.
Gov. Tony Evers said a partnership with the Biden administration and Democrats in Congress is important. Evers stuck to his motto ‘What’s best for our kids is best for our state’ and said decisions being made in Washington, D.C. are benefiting Wisconsin.
The Democratic National Committee rolled into Kalamazoo Monday afternoon as part of their “Build Back Better” bus tour.
Michigan is one of 10 states on the tour, where prominent Dems are making stops to tout Biden Administration policies they say are helping everyday people recover from the pandemic.
“As a small business owner for over twelve years, I can attest to the American Rescue Plan being critical to the survival for Black-owned businesses like mine,” said Triplett.