Information on a Candidate for DPW Chair -Not an Endorsement

Bryan Kennedy
March 2 at 2:54pm
My name is Bryan Kennedy and I am the Mayor of Glendale. I am running to be the next State Chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin. I have unveiled a detailed twenty-page plan to get us back to winning elections. Please like my Facebook page and click through to my website where the entire plan is available for download.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Contact: Bryan Kennedy, 414-517-3864

KENNEDY RELEASES EXTENSIVE PLAN TO HELP DEMS WIN AGAIN

(Glendale, WI) Glendale Mayor Bryan Kennedy, candidate for State Chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, released a twenty-page plan to help rescue the Democratic Party in the state and get Democrats winning again in 2018. Entitled “Winning Back Wisconsin: Bigger, Bolder Stronger,”

Kennedy’s plan is a blueprint for what he will do if state Democrats choose him to be the next State Chair at their convention in June.

Kennedy explained that “Democrats need to completely reinvent the party and how it operates if we are to become the governing party in Wisconsin once again. I have prepared this blueprint as a guide for what I will do, if elected as State Chair, to win elections again.”

The plan includes:
• Recruiting ward captains in every voting ward of the state
• Issues-based statewide organizing canvass starting in 2017
• 150 Town Hall meetings in small towns, suburbs, and big cities this year
• Rebrand the party by listening to people outside of the party and using their input to develop an attractive message
• Streamlined and active online/social media presence that is updated daily
• Organized and consistent DAILY press presence

“I’ve been winning local elections for myself and for candidates that I have recruited for a decade,” Kennedy said. “This is how we’ve done it.”
Kennedy’s entire plan can be downloaded from his website on the ISSUES page, www.kennedyforwisdems.com

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3. H.R.861 – To terminate the Environmental Protection Agency.
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5. H.R.975 – Respect State Marijuana Laws Act of 2017
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10. H.J.Res.41 – Providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of a rule submitted by the Securities and Exchange Commission relating to “Disclosure of Payments by Resource Extraction Issuers”.
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