A veteran political strategist, Joe Zepecki has worked on campaigns for President, Governor, US Senate, Congress and more. He served President Obama at the Small Business Administration in Washington, DC. Joe lives in Milwaukee and is the Founder and President of Zepecki Communications.
The speed with which Michels has gone from the “next best option for reasonable Republicans” to marching in full on, out-of-touch, lockstep with every other Republican seeking statewide office in the Badger State this year has been breathtaking.
More Americans are dying. Fewer Americans are being born. And fewer people are immigrating to America. Democratic policy proposals will help with all of it. According to new census data released this year, 2021 saw the slowest growth of the U.S. population in history. A recent study in Wisconsin found population growth has slowed to...
The 2022 elections for Governor and U.S. Senate are top of mind for many voters in Wisconsin. But the fallout from last week’s news regarding the looming U.S. Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade is sure to elevate interest in Wisconsin’s race for Attorney General.
Senator Ron Johnson is in a position to influence all of them; from the public health response to the pandemic to the freedom to access healthcare, and this week he reminded us just how out of touch he is on all of these issues.
Republicans across the country, and right here in Wisconsin, have promoted attacks on transgender student-athletes, and Florida’s “Don’t say gay” bill is spawning copycat legislation from Republicans across the country.
In Wisconsin, voters will cast their ballots for Governor and U.S. Senator this fall. Both offices will play crucial roles in shaping the future of reproductive freedoms. Here’s what the leading candidates for each office had to say in the immediate aftermath of Monday evening’s news: