Green Lake County Democratic Party

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4-county combined meeting in Green Lake April 19

 

Members of the Green Lake County Democratic Party and friends joined with Dems from Adams, Marquette, and Waushara counties in Green Lake on April 19 Lakhip to hear Democrats Mahlon Mitchell, a candidate for Governor, and Dan Kohls, a candidate for the 6th Congressional District. The meeting was a continuation of a series of such gatherings to give Party members a chance to meet and greet the candidates.

Mahlon Mitchell, left, and Dan Kohl, right, took questions from the overflow audience. On the right, keeping a record of the meeting, is Green Lake Co. Dems & Friends Secretary Tom Zuhlke.

In the photos below are Williiam Crawford, who served as the master of ceremonies, and Mitchell. Mitchell is also in the middle photo with Kohl in the photo on the right.

Everyone is a photographer, thanks to cell phones. The meeting was also a great opportunity to gather signatuires for nominations papers.  In photo right, Green Lake Co Dems & Friends member Mary Filion- Zuelsdorf and candidate Frank Buress converse.

Kohl, top, a frequent visitor to the area, took time to meet attendees at the meeting following his presentation and the question and answer period. Mitchell was also active following his presentation, here posing for photos.

4-county combined meeting in Wautoma

Members of the Green Lake County Democratic Party joined with Dems from Adams, Marquette, and Waushara counties in Friendship to hear Katherine Vinehout, a candidate for Governor, and Mandela Barnes, a candidate for Lt. Governor.

State Sen. Kathleen Vinehout, left, spoke at the March meeting of the 4 County groups (Green Lake, Adams, Marquette, and Waushara) in Wautoma. Vinehout seeks to top a Democratic Party field  in the August Primary to run for governor against incumbent Republican Scott Walker.
Vinehout, from Alma, spoke at the March meeting of the 4 County groups in Wautoma, with Frank Buress, who is challenging incumbent  Republican Joan Ballweg a seat in the State Assembly representing the 41st Assembly District.
Vinehout is pictured far left, while Vinehout and Barnes are in the center photo, left. Barnes is in the photo above.

Winnebago Co Dems Indigo Diner

The annual diner always draws an overflow crowd of supporters. Also attending were a number of candidates, including Tony Evers, Kelda Roys, and Dana Wachs, plus U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin, the Democratic Party’s top elected official representing Wisconsin.

Tony Evers, the current Wisconsin Superintendent of Public Instruction, and one of many Democrats seeking to unseat the state’s incumbent governor this fall, attended the Indigo dinner on March 25.
Dan Kohl shaking hands with attendees at the Winnebago County Dems Indigo dinner on Saturday, March 25.
Oshkosh’s Gordon Hintz, Democratic state assembly leader in Madison, served as one of the hosts for the Indigo dinner.
Tony Evers, the current Wisconsin Superintendent of Public Instruction, and one of many Democrats seeking to unseat the state’s incumbent governor this fall, attended the Indigo dinner on March 25.
Tammy Baldwin, middle photo and Dan Kohl, above (with back to the camera), greeted attendees at the dinner.
Tammy Baldwin, left, Kelda Roys with daughter Avalon, middle, and Tony Evers, right. Roys and Evers are both hoping to represent the Democratic Party against Scott Walker this November.

March For Our Lives in Appleton

The nationwide March For Our Lives protests and Matches saw many progressives and Democrats attend events across the state and country. Included in attendance were Green L:ake Co. Dems.

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