Month: June 2015

A movement focused on results

Wisconsin-made machinery, equipment and products are sold throughout the world, including to markets in China, Japan, Canada and Mexico. The largest portion of Wisconsin’s economy is based on manufacturing and international trade. Consequently, our state is directly affected by the trade laws created and implemented in our nation’s capital. This also means that gridlock in …

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Pataki’s call for bipartisan approach shows a true leader

When George Pataki announced that he’d make a run for president, he surprised a lot of people. Without a strong base, without firm support from Republicans, many dubbed his run a “long shot.” But his message of bipartisanship is a winner. Pataki’s four-minute campaign announcement video touched on his experience and his background, but mostly …

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No Labels Leaders and Citizens Descend on Capitol Hill to Tout National Strategic Agenda as Priority Issue in 2016 Election

Jon Huntsman and Joe Lieberman Headline Senate Hearing Focused on Development of Goal-Focused Strategy for Next President’s First 100 Days Congress Buys In: Over 50 Members Call for National Strategic Agenda in House and Senate Resolutions Post-Hearing Events Include Briefings with about 50 National Political Reporters and Media Training for more than 100 No Labels …

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Lieberman, Huntsman push for national moderate agenda

Former Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) and former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman (R) on Wednesday called for 2016 presidential candidates to endorse a “national strategic agenda,” in an effort to unite moderate voters during the election cycle. Lieberman and Huntsman, who have both mounted unsuccessful bids for the presidency, are co-chairs of the bipartisan non-profit No …

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