From my email inbox comes a statement from Democratic State Rep. Chris Sinicki on the 2013-2015 biennial budget. “Yesterday, Assembly Speaker Robin Vos attempted to usher a hurried vote on the state budget, claiming Republican changes were simply clauses in a “technical (i.e., non-substantive) amendment”. After Democrats challenged that ruse, Vos admitted the amendment deserved [...]
Yesterday Jay wrote an excellent piece sharing his thoughts on the results of the 2012 election, and if you haven’t read it yet, you absolutely should. While Jay sums up much of what I’m feeling right now, I wanted to share some of my own thoughts as well.
While I’m certainly disappointed Republicans maintained control [...]
Last week a couple of random conservative blogs predictably made hay about some unpaid traffic tickets and other financial issues on the part of Democratic State Rep. Chris Sinicki (pictured, left), who’s running for reelection to the State Assembly. While I certainly appreciate the concerns of those conservatives who wanted to make a political issue [...]
Earlier today Democratic State Reps. Chris Sinicki of Milwaukee and Gary Hebl of Sun Prairie, who co-authored payday loan reform legislation in 2009 along with Democratic Rep. Gordon Hintz, called on 2nd Congressional district candidate Kelda Helen Roys to stop her repeated negative, misleading and factually incorrect attacks on State Rep. Mark Pocan concerning the [...]
According to the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board (GAB) “Candidates Registered by Office” report, things are about to get a little more interesting here in the south shore suburbs of Milwaukee.
In the 20th Assembly district, which in my opinion is very capably represented by incumbent Democratic State Rep. Chris Sinicki, Sinicki’s failed 2010 Republican challenger [...]
From my email inbox comes news of some Get Out The Vote (GOTV) efforts on behalf of Democratic State Rep. Chris Sinicki, who’s running for reelection in the 20th Assembly district. There will be canvasses being staged from South Shore Park pavilion, located at 2900 South Shore drive on Saturday May 19th and Sunday May [...]
I’m sure you’re probably wondering, “Who the heck is Kristan Harris?”
While you may not have heard of Kristan Harris until now, no doubt if you live in the 20th Assembly district (comprised of Cudahy, St. Francis, and part of Milwaukee) you’ll be hearing a lot about Harris, as he’s the Republican challenger to incumbent [...]
From my email inbox comes news of an online “War Room” style discussion with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Kathleen Falk and Democratic State Reps. Chris Sinicki and Chris Taylor to discuss how to end Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s war on women here in Wisconsin.
Here are the details of the online discussion: Friend -
Last Thursday evening, Republican Gov. Scott Walker signed a repeal of the Equal Pay Act into law without a public ceremony and without any fanfare, presumably to avoid public backlash over what amounts to a declaration of war against women in Wisconsin on the part of Gov. Walker. However, despite Gov. Walker’s best attempts to [...]
Late last week, Republican Gov. Scott Walker (pictured, right) signed into law a series of bills with very little fanfare, with his office announcing Gov. Walker had signed the bills into law via a Friday press release. No doubt the press release was issued on a Friday in hopes the news would be quickly forgotten [...]