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Wisconsin Education Association Council

P.O. Box 8003 Madison, Wisconsin 53708-8003

This is an 11.29 communication with WEAC members.

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Consider Voting Absentee

DON’T FORGET TO VOTE! ELECTION DAY: Tuesday, August 9th JKING.indd 1

If you can’t make it to the polls for any reason, remember to vote absentee. Contact your municipal clerk right away and ask for a ballot. In most communities, you can also vote absentee by going in person to the clerk’s office prior to the election. http://gab.wi.gov/elections-voting/voters/absentee 7/21/2011 5:53:22 PM


Compare the Candidates for State Senate‌

See Which Candidate Will Stand Up for Working Families. Jessica King Jessica King is an attorney, former member of the Oshkosh Common Council and former Oshkosh Deputy Mayor. King has run a small business and served as an adjunct professor at UW-Oshkosh. She was raised by disabled parents in Fond du Lac County.

Randy Hopper BACKGROUND/EXPERIENCE

Senator Randy Hopper was elected to the State Senate in 2008. Hopper currently serves on the budget-writing Joint Finance Committee and two other Senate standing committees. He owns and operates radio stations in the Fond du Lac and Sheboygan areas.

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Jessica King will be a member of the Senate Democratic Caucus if elected. All of the members of the Senate Democratic Caucus voted in favor of continuing the SeniorCare program beyond next year to ensure that 90,000 Wisconsin citizens can continue to receive their needed prescriptions through the program.

Senator Hopper voted against continuing the SeniorCare program beyond next year, which makes it unclear whether 90,000 Wisconsin citizens will continue to receive their needed prescriptions through the program.

PRESCRIPTION DRUGS FOR THE ELDERLY

(Vote No. 227, Senate Amendment 3 to Assembly Bill 40, 6/16/11)

(Vote No. 227, Senate Amendment 3 to Assembly Bill 40, 6/16/11)

Jessica King will be a member of the Senate Democratic Caucus if elected. All of the members of the Senate Democratic Caucus voted against increasing taxes for working people and homeowners and against giving out millions in tax cuts to the wealthy and big corporations. (Vote No. 233, Concurrence in Assembly Bill 40, 6/16/11)

Jessica King will be a member of the Senate Democratic Caucus if elected. All of the members of the Senate Democratic Caucus voted against the state budget that slashes funding for things like garbage pickup, keeping our neighborhoods safe, and filling potholes.

TAX INCREASES FOR US; TAX CUTS FOR BIG CORPORATIONS AND THE WEALTHY

SUPPORT FOR LOCAL SERVICES

Senator Hopper voted to increase taxes for working people and homeowners while giving out millions in tax cuts to the wealthy and big corporations. (Vote No. 233, Concurrence in Assembly Bill 40, 6/16/11)

Senator Hopper voted for the state budget that slashes funding for things like garbage pickup, keeping our neighborhoods safe, and filling potholes. (Vote No. 233, Concurrence in Assembly Bill 40, 6/16/11)

(Vote No. 233, Concurrence in Assembly Bill 40, 6/16/11)

WEAC Recommends Jessica King for State Senate! JKING.indd 2

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King vs. Hopper Comparison