Since November, thousands of volunteers have braved the cold by going door to door or by standing at busy intersections throughout Wisconsin to collect enough signatures to recall Gov. Walker, Lt. Gov. Kleefisch and four Republican Senators.
On Tuesday, January 17, recall partners will turn in all completed recall forms to the Government Accountability Board.
Join us, this Tuesday, as we celebrate the hours of hard work and dedication it took to begin to reclaim our democracy.
In Madison, there will be a 5:00 p.m. celebration at the Monona Terrace, 1 John Nolen Drive.
In Milwaukee, there will be a celebration rally at 4:30 p.m. at the Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC), 700 W. State Street, by the mall in front of the student services building.
When Gov. Walker attempted to divide workers by going after the rights of public sector unions he never expected that his attack would bring the community together. By destroying the collective bargaining rights of working people, Gov. Walker is destroying a fundamental underpinning of the middle class.
Thankfully, Wisconsinites are standing together to reclaim their government and recall Gov. Walker and those who rubber-stamp his agenda. Months of job loss and deep cuts to education and health care have led to a compromised economy. Luckily, the people of Wisconsin are ready to bring Gov. Walker’s reign to early end in order to get our state back on track.
IMPORTANT REMINDER: Friday, January 13, is the last day to turn-in recall petitions to recall offices and union halls around the state as many buildings will be closed over the weekend. Find a list of United Wisconsin recall offices by clicking here. Most recall offices will be open until 9:00 p.m.