Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes, Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, continued his Working For Wisconsin tour yesterday morning in Superior. The tour, which has previously had stops in Racine, Green Bay, Milwaukee, Madison, Cambridge, La Crosse, and Eau Claire, has engaged with voters across the state about important issues affecting Wisconsinites.

During a meet and greet with supporters in Superior,  Mandela spoke with a group of more than 50 community members about his plan to provide support to local businesses and the needs of the city.

Highlights from the Working for Wisconsin stop in Superior: 

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  • Barnes visited Twisted Pastries Coffeehouse Wednesday morning where he talked with supporters about why he is the best choice for Wisconsin.

  • “When I hear Ron Johnson say something like ‘We have enough jobs in Wisconsin’ I can’t think of a more absurd thing to say,” Barnes said.

  • A poll released by Marquette Law School put Barnes ahead of Johnson by seven points, 51% to 44%.


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