Citizen Action Weekend
Citizen Action Weekend, December 2nd

Citizen Action Weekend, December 2nd

December 2nd

Join/Donate Citizen Action Today!

Attend Annual Meeting Today, December 2nd, 10am – Noon


We have two new State Legislators who have co-sponsored the BadgerCare Public Option bill!

We welcome Reps. Lisa Subeck and Kalan Haywood as new co-sponsors of the BadgerCare Public Option bill introduced into the Legislature in November.

If you don’t see your State Senator or Representative on this list you need to call them today and urge them to co-sponsor! If they are on the list, thank them for co-sponsoring the only comprehensive health care reform bill in the Legislature.

Call 1 (800) 362-9472

Volunteer to talk to voters about the BadgerCare Public Option, Monday, December 4th, 5pm – 7pm.

RSVP NOW!  You will be well trained before making calls.

Attend Citizen Action 3rd CD Candidate Forum, Sunday, December 17th, 6pm! 

Join us for a virtual candidate forum featuring candidates challenging Derrick Van Orden for the 3rd Congressional District in Western Wisconsin. The forum will feature questions from Citizen Action Organizing coop members who live in the 3rd Congressional District. Citizen Action has 3 separate Organizing Co-ops located in the district, making this a huge event for us!

This forum is part of our endorsement process and will include a survey of attendees on their candidate preferences and if you think Citizen Action’s Board should vote to endorse in the Democratic Primary. All final endorsement decisions are made by our Board, but member opinions matter very much in that decision.


Citizen Action Northeast Organizing Coop’s Update: BadgerCare Public Option House Party was a success!

The Northeast co-op hosted a BadgerCare Public Option house party with Kristina Shelton at the Green Bay Labor Temple this week and it was a great event! We had a small group of passionate folks who contributed to a great discussion about the BadgerCare Public Option bill, as well as what steps we can take to push the bill forward. We concluded the event with a social at the bar next door, where we continued the healthcare conversation over drinks. It was a great opportunity for folks to connect through and organize around healthcare, which is something that touches all of our lives!

The Northeast Co-op also hosted a Green Bay climate action meeting on Wednesday, in which we prepared to support Green Bay’s Clean Energy Plan at the Common Council meeting next week.

This local piece of climate legislation sets Green Bay on the path to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. We know how important it is for local

municipalities to take part in the fight against climate change.

Want to support the Clean Energy Plan? Join us to testify at the Green Bay Common Council meeting next week Tuesday, December 5th at 6:00pm at Green Bay City Hall.

To get involved contact, [email protected]

Southeast Wisconsin Co-op needs your feedback & participation in GrowingMKE.

Growing MKE is a planning effort to green Milwaukee lead by the City of Milwaukee Department of City Development (DCD). GrowingMKE is looking for feedback on their most recent draft plans.

Citizen Action Southeast Organizing Coop members are submitting comments to work for a greener more accessible Milwaukee. Find more info about the plan and their events on their website.

To get involved email SEWI Co-Op organizer Kat Klawes at [email protected].

Citizen Action is a member of Our Future Milwaukee. Our Future Milwaukee is hosting a webinar on Thursday, December 14th, 6pm, about the Inflation Reduction Act and resources to make houses, cars, and businesses greener.

Register here to join

Milwaukee County has passed its budget for 2024. This budget marks a rare surplus gained through raising the sales tax. Read about it here. Citizen Action worked on budget advocacy, including repealing the birth tax and expanding electric public transportation.

Listen to “A Supreme Interview with Representative Moore Omokunde” Battleground Wisconsin Podcast

We welcome State Representative Supreme Moore Omokunde to discuss his co-sponsorship of the BadgerCare Public Option and groundbreaking new climate legislation he is working on that will help set the agenda for the 2024 state legislative elections. With the prospect of new legislative maps, Rep. Moore’s climate agenda helps provide an unparalleled opportunity for new ideas to be in play in the next Legislature.

We discuss a new lawsuit brought by state employee unions seeking to overturn Act 10, on the heels of new data revealing Wisconsin teacher pay has lagged inflation for 15 years according to a Wisconsin Policy Forum report.

As the Supreme Court starts a historic redistricting case, the 2025 election has begun as former AG Brad Schimel enters the race. We invite our listeners from Western Wisconsin to RSVP and attend Citizen Action’s 3rd Congressional District Candidate Virtual Forum on Sunday, December 17th, 6pm.

Listen to the show

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