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A Better Wisconsin Bus Tour

A Better Wisconsin Bus Tour

A Better Wisconsin Bus Tour

Wednesday, May 30th:

10:00 AM
Milwaukee, WI
Wisconsin State Fair Park North Parking Lot
640 South 84th Street
West Allis, WI 53214
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2:00 PM
Sheboygan, WI
Jaycee Quarry View Center
3401 Calumet Ave
Sheboygan, WI
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6:00 PM
Oshkosh, WI
Hawthorne Inn
3105 South Washburn Street
Oshkosh, WI 54904
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Thursday, May 31st:

11:00 AM
Wausau, WI
Wausau Homes Prosperity Center
10805 Business Highway 51
Rothschild, WI
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3:00 PM
Marshfield, WI
Shops at Wood Ridge
503 East Ives Street
Marshfield, WI
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6:30 PM
Eau Claire, WI
Menards Self Storage Lot
3230 East Hamilton Ave
Eau Claire, WI
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Friday, June 1st

9:00 AM
Hudson, WI
Lake Front Park
Located along First St. and the St. Croix River between Buckeye and Vine Streets
Hudson, WI
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2:30 PM
La Crosse, WI
Riverside Park
200 East Veterans Memorial Drive (by Ampitheater)
La Crosse, WI
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6:00 PM
Madison, WI
Alliant Energy Center
John Nolen Dr
Madison, WI
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Saturday, June 2nd:

9:00 AM
Racine, WI
Gorney Park
8201 Nicholson Rd
Racine, WI
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Please Join Us

A Better Wisconsin will hold a ten city tour focusing on the 2011 budget reforms and encourage activists to push for continued progress in the 2013 budget. Joining the tour as a featured speaker will be Conservative Talk Radio Host Tony Katz, Madison Talk Show Host Vicki McKenna, and AFP President Tim Phillips.

“I am honored to have such a powerful line-up of speakers joining our bus tour,” said Luke Hilgemann, AFP-WI State Director. “2011 was a historic year for Wisconsin and people around the nation have noticed. While our federal government continues to on the path to bankruptcy and states like California and Illinois are having trouble paying their bills, Wisconsin showed what can happen when we fight for reform and politicians hold true to their promises. This tour is aimed at keeping that momentum going and moving Wisconsin forward.”

The tour will focus on the elimination of the $3.6 billion state deficit, reduction of property taxes for the first time in 12 years, and more than $1 billion in savings thanks to Act 10. The tour will also coincide with a statewide petition from citizens to encourage their elected representatives to continue the reforms in 2013.

Media is encouraged to attend each of the stops.

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