Sep 7, 2016

Wisconsin Factory Farm Summit, Sept 10-11 Comes Two Weeks before Voting

Two weeks after this weekend's Wisconsin Factory Farm Summit in Green Bay,  voting begins in the Nov. 8 presidential election.

The magnitude of this Wisconsin election cannot be overstated.

The future of clean, safe and fresh water are at stake, and the political choice is stark.

For the polluters are Wisconsin State Reps. such as Scott Krug (R-Rome) and Joel Kitchens (R-Sturgeon Bay). Today's Republican officeholders must declare their fealty to Big Ag polluters, no matter the costs to families and communities, streams, rivers and lakes.

Wasn't always like this, but this reality should guide voters. Care about safe water? Do not vote Republican!

Against the polluters in central Wisconsin, David Gorski is running for the 72nd assembly district as a clean water activist, (Facebook); and Lynn Utesch is running in the first assembly district as a clean water activist.

Many more campaigns are being run on clean water, but these two elections will tell the story of clean water in Wisconsin.

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