Something that strikes me as common sense about the 10 Senate/Wisconsin:
campaign focused not on attacking Trump but fighting the opioid crisis,
improving access to health care[,] and bringing good-paying jobs to the
also ran on resentment toward Madison and MKE, " he tweeted. "From her
campaign announcement: 'Whether it's roads, schools or jobs, Madison
politicians take money away from us and give it to Milwaukee.'"--Mike Gousha
Both quoted at Thinker.
the Republican was talking about property rights and deregulation in
the campaign, while the Democrat was talking about solving the opiate
crisis, alleviating the nightmare of Obamacare and getting good-paying
jobs to the district?
of asking whom you think voters would choose with that contrasting pair
of platforms, the more useful question is, which platform would
President Trump have taken had he been the candidate in that election?...
Yah. Jarchow is kinda tone-deaf. Maybe the "Wake-Up Call" is this: Pubbies should actually give a fig about their constituency's concerns.
Worked for the orange-haired guy, ya'know.
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