[Waukesha, Wis.] — In case you missed it, Rebecca Kleefisch made campaign stops in Western Wisconsin on Tuesday discussing Wisconsin’s unaffordable economy and labor shortage.
On Wednesday, the CPI report revealed that inflation in the United States reached four-decade high at 9.1 percent. Rebecca has a plan to make life affordable again for Wisconsinites that includes transformational income tax reform, reducing the property tax burden and holding the line on the gas tax.
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Republican hopeful for governor, Rebecca Kleefisch, made a few campaign stops in the Chippewa Valley on July 12, speaking at the GOP headquarters in Altoona after making a stop at farm technology days in Clark County.
Dozens of supporters gathered to hear what the former lieutenant governor under the Walker administration had to say, and her message was well received by those in attendance.
“We’re going to take back control and give it back to the people,” Kleefisch said. “We’re going to get back to work, finally. Make the state affordable again. We’re going to back the badge and make the state safe again. We’re going to do universal school choice and make sure that our children are never locked out of their classrooms again.”
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