Rob Zerban to host town hall listening session on September 16

From my email inbox:

Rob Zerban, who challenged Paul Ryan for Congress in 2012, will continue his 2013 listening tour next Monday in Kenosha. Rob Zerban formed an exploratory committee to look into the possibility of running again. He has said that touring Southeast Wisconsin and hearing from residents is an important part of that process.

“Last year, thousands Wisconsinites made their voices heard and demanded a change in representation. Since then, I’ve met with community leaders, activists, business leaders, and elected officials throughout Southeast Wisconsin, and they all say the same thing: they’re tired of failed leadership in Washington. But, I believe that more people should have a say in our democracy, and that’s what this listen tour is all about.”

The details for the event in Kenosha appear below:
Town Hall Listening Session – Rob Zerban Congressional Exploratory Committee
Monday, September 16th, 2013
6:00 PM
Madrigrano Auditorium, Gateway Technical College’s Kenosha Campus
3520-30th Ave, Kenosha, WI


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2 thoughts on “Rob Zerban to host town hall listening session on September 16

  1. We need more candidates like Zerban. A lot of folks would have walked away from the last campaign and said to hell with it. I like his determination and his grit. I won’t give any money to the DPW but my wife and I will give to people like him and Kathleen Vinehout. Run, Rob, run!

  2. Glad you’ll be giving to rob!
    Since he raised zero dollars last quarter!
    Bring back doc thomas, at least he worked his butt off!

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