RACINE, WI – Randy Bryce for Congress released the campaign’s latest television ad, Helmets, in which Bryce calls out the NRA profit machine and makes clear his ...Read More · 256 words
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RACINE, WI — Today, the Southern Wisconsin Building Trades Council, which is headquartered on Center Avenue in House Speaker Paul Ryan’s hometown of Janesville, unanimously endorsed ...Read More · 368 words
RACINE, WI – Randy Bryce released the following statement about Donald Trump’s visit to Foxconn. “Once again, Donald Trump is lying to us. He claims that ...Read More · 220 words
RACINE, WI – Randy Bryce released the following statement on the Janus vs. AFSCME Supreme Court decision. “The Supreme Court’s decision on the Janus vs. ...Read More · 254 words
RACINE, WI – The Bryce campaign released the following statement regarding Trump’s upcoming fundraiser for Paul Ryan’s chosen replacement Bryan Steil. “With Donald Trump coming ...Read More · 281 words
For Immediate Release: May 9, 2018 Contact: Julia Savel, 973-525-5579, email@example.com RACINE, WI – With a record number of opioid overdose deaths in Wisconsin last year, and a ...Read More · 289 words
Bryce ahead or tied with possible opponents, including former Congressman RACINE, WI – A poll conducted by Global Strategy Group on April 12 shows Randy Bryce ...Read More · 278 words
Wednesday was a very good day for Democrats, as House Speaker Paul Ryan announced he will retire at the end of his term.
Ryan’s departure opens up a path for Democrats in Wisconsin’s First Congressional District, which Ryan has had locked down since he first won office in 1998. Now that the speaker is leaving, the district suddenly looks much more like a pickup opportunity for Democrats.Read More · 335 words
Five months ago, we posted a video online to launch what many at the time thought was a longshot campaign to defeat Paul Ryan.
But we did it anyway, because working people deserve a seat at the table of our own democracy.
Millions saw that first video. So today, we’re launching our second.Read More · 401 words
In 1965, the year Medicare was created, one out of every three seniors lived poverty. Today, thanks to the success of Medicare, Medicaid, and Social ...Read More · 480 words