Citizen Action Weekend
Citizen Action Weekend E Newsletter; Friday, March 10th

Citizen Action Weekend E Newsletter; Friday, March 10th

Citizen Action is hiring a full time Southeastern Co-op Organizer.
Citizen Action is hiring a full time Green Bay Deep Canvass Field Organizer

Volunteer with Citizen Action knocking doors for Janet Protasiewicz 

Win Two (2) Milwaukee Bucks Tickets for top volunteer door knocker from Saturday, March 11th to Tuesday, April 4th. These 2 seats are amazing! They are in the lower bowl behind the visitor bench.

Citizen Action volunteers are hitting the doors and phones this weekend to talk to voters so we can win this historic election! 

We are door canvassing weekly, and everyone will be deep canvass phone banking every Monday at 5pm and Saturday at 9am starting tomorrow, Saturday, March 4th!

Huge thanks to Citizen Action president Mark Thomsen and the Gingras, Thomsen and Wachs law firm for donating these amazing tickets!

Find the dates and sign 

Attend a Joint Finance Committee Public Hearing on the State Budget

Attend a Rally For Our Rights event near you. 

Citizen Action Northwest Organizing Co-op is helping to organize one of many rallies to support reproductive rights ahead of the April 4th Wisconsin Supreme Court election. 

The Eau Claire rally is this Sunday, March 12th at 2pm at Eau Claire’s Phoenix Park, and will include speakers such as State Rep. Jodi Emerson, and endorsed candidate for Eau Claire City Council President, Emily Berge.

Several of Citizen Action’s Organizing Cooperatives have been working with Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin, former State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski, and nearly a dozen other groups to organize “Rally for Our Rights” events within the next month. Learn more and sign up for a rally near you.

Saturday March 11th

Sunday, March 12th

Saturday, March 18th

Saturday, March 25th

Sunday, March 26th

Saturday, April 1st

More information on events.

Great State Budget Meeting with State Representative Lee Snodgrass

The Citizen Action Northeast Organizing Cooperative had a great budget event in Appleton this week with State Representative Lee Snodgrass.
Thank you to everyone who came out to show support on the issues we all care about like climate and healthcare. Don’t miss the next session on Monday, March 13th at 6pm in Green Bay with Representative Kristina Shelton! Sign up to attend below:

Green Bay Budget Event

Citizen Action members attend Red Cedar Watershed Conference in Menomonie

Citizen Action members from the Northwestern Organizing Co-op attended the Red Cedar Watershed Conference held at UW-Stout in Menomonie on March 9th. Members had an exhibit table at the event. Pictured at the table is Emily Anderson (left), Citizen Action’s new Movement Communications Specialist, and Sue Suechting (right), a long-time Citizen Action member from Dunn County.

A primary focus of the conference is to celebrate land, water and people coming together to solve difficult challenges like climate change and move toward more sustainable agricultural practices.

For more information and to get involved contact: [email protected]

Citizen Action in the News

Citizen Action’s Robert Kraig was on the popular Earl Ingram Show for the full hour, as he is every Wednesday at 10 AM. This week he discussed the Supreme Court, how to inoculate voters against right-wing disinformation, and other pressing topics. Listen to the full hour here.

Listen to the “Rallying for Our Rights” Battleground Wisconsin Podcast.

We welcome Sarah Godlewski to the show to discuss the “Rally for Our Rights” events across Wisconsin she is organizing with PPAWI, Citizen Action and other progressive allies to highlight the critical importance of abortion rights in the Supreme Court election. This week the WMC dropped $3.2 million into a disgusting crime ad targeting Janet Protasiewicz that was topped by another shameful attack ad attempting to terrify voters that Janet will “take away parental rights and impose trans ideology on our kids.”

We review Legislative news that Speaker Vos will kill Governor Tony Evers’ bad idea to subsidize stadium improvements for the Milwaukee Brewers and an outrageous effort by Republicans to weaken our vaccine requirements for children in Wisconsin. We also continue to sound the alarm bell on the brewing cold war with China. We discuss Fahreed Zakaria’s comments on CNN declaring that this Tuesday’s Congressional committee hearing of the new House select committee on China was like being transported back to the 1950s, as members of both parties tried to outdo one another in their denunciations of China.

Listen to the show.
Attend a “Rally for Our Rights” event near you.
Volunteer talking to voters with Citizen Action.
Donate to our Supreme Court voter contact program.

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