U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin will tell state Dem party activists tomorrow that the economic situation state residents face “isn’t how things are supposed to work.”
The Madison Dem, who’s up for re-election in 2018, will also outline her economic plan called “Wisconsin’s Dairyland Populism,” while touting a made-in-Wisconsin economy centering on the manufacturing and dairy industries at the annual state party convention, according to a release from her campaign. The campaign provided excerpts of tomorrow’s speech.
“Folks in our state feel like no matter what they do, no matter how hard they work – and, sometimes, no matter who they vote for — they just keep getting ripped off and left behind in a system that just isn’t working for them,” she’ll say.
Baldwin will also tell those gathering in Middleton tomorrow that it “isn’t just about fairness” or politics.
“It’s about our way of life here in Wisconsin,” she’ll say. “We’ve always been a place that makes things — and where anyone willing to put in an honest day’s work making things has a fair shot at getting ahead. That’s who we are.”