It’s going to be an action packed agenda as Wisconsin Democrats convene in Oshkosh Friday night. The delegates will hear from ten candidates for governor. “We’re really excited to have them all in one place, and to be able to hear from them,” said Martha Laning, who chairs the Democratic Party of Wisconsin.
State schools Superintendent Tony Evers; attorney Matt Flynn; businessman Andy Gronik; state firefighters union President Mahlon Mitchell; activist Mike McCabe; former state Representative Kelda Roys; Madison Mayor Paul Soglin; state Senator Kathleen Vinehout; state Representative Dana Wachs, and attorney and activist Josh Pade will “We have a lot of really great people who are from different backgrounds that are stepping up, and they know that they can do a better job than Scott Walker,” said Laning. There will be a straw poll of delegates in Oshkosh, but the candidate who will face Governor Scott Walker in November will be determined by the August primary.
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