Saturday, November 3, 2012

Bruce Springsteen and oh yes, President Barack Obama in Madison on Monday

President Barack Obama knows just how much Wisconsin matters.  That’s why he’s coming to Madison on Monday morning on the eve of this critical election.

He knows we can stop the Romney/Ryan attack on our values right here, right now.

He knows we can elect Tammy Baldwin, sending a true champion for the working people to the U.S. Senate.

The President will be in Madison on Monday morning to boost our momentum.  Tammy Baldwin will join him on stage.  And if that’s not enough star power for you, Bruce Springsteen will be on hand to play a few favorites.

The event is free, but you must have a ticket to get in.  Click here to RSVP for your ticket.

The president also needs your help in cutting through the campaign commercial clutter by joining us a couple hours over the next 4 days to talk to neighbors to ensure they vote for our worker friendly candidates.  Click here to show President Obama and Tammy Baldwin that AFSCME stands with them against the right-wing attack on working people.“

We are on the verge of turning the tide -- for the nation, and for the future of our own state.

Be part of history.  Come out and see the president on Monday. 

And sign up here to make history as we fight to get our state and nation moving forward again.

In solidarity,

Jim Garity, President
AFSCME Council 40

Paulette Feld, President
AFSCME Council 24
Rick Badger, Executive Director
AFSCME Council 40

Marty Beil, Executive Director
AFSCME Council 24

PS. Don't wake up Wednesday morning wishing you had done more.  Click here to make a difference.

This is a Wisconsin statutue 11.29 communication to members and subscribers.  Paid for by AFSCME Council 11 and Wisconsin PEOPLE Conference PAC, Doug Burnett, Treasurer. Not authorized by any candidate, candidate's agent or committee.

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