Monday evening there will be a town hall meeting hosted by State Senator Leah Vukmir, with special guest, Congressman Jim Sensebrenner. The meeting will be held on Monday, May 7th at 7:00 PM at the Wauwatosa Public Library 7635 W. North Ave.,Wauwatosa, WI 53213. Click here for a map.
Please arrive at 6:30 PM so that supporters of Wisconsin workers and public education can fill the meeting room. We will NOT picket outside the library. The plan is to take paper signs and posters (not sticks) into the meeting room. Prepare to ask Senator Vukmir hard questions.
Here is what her web site states regarding her position on Gov. Walkers attack on collective bargaining rights and public education.
Newly elected Wisconsin Republican state Sen. Leah Vukmir, a Tea Party favorite, told The Daily Caller that the “silent majority” of Wisconsinites agree with Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s new budget plan, despite mass union protests. “While there may be some loud protesters around the capitol all week, the silent majority, who are working during the week, agree with the Governor’s plan..”
Let’s show Vukmir that the “silent majority” includes a lot of people who are opposed to attacks on working families, unions and public education.
Educators’ Network for Social Justice encourages you to attend and for you to contact people you may know who live in the 5th Senate District and encourage them to to attend as well. Here is a map of the 5th Senate District.