State Senate GOP Pushes Radical Agenda Before Recall Elections

May 09, 2011

Shelly Moore calls for independent leadership in Madison

HUDSON – Feeling the heat from angry voters and facing recall elections, State Senate Republicans are attempting to pass several years’ worth of radical legislation with just a few weeks left in the legislative session, in an attempt to beat out the clock before the public can hold them accountable in recall elections this summer.
Sheila Harsdorf is along for the ride, putting the party bosses before the people she represents, and walking in lockstep with their radical agenda. These dangerous policies include giveaways to big business, an end to policies that ensure safe working conditions and fair wages, and drastic cuts to programs that benefit seniors.
“The people of district 10 need an independent, effective leader in the State Senate, who will work with members of both parties to find solutions to the tough problems facing our state,” said 10th state Senate candidate Shelly Moore. “I’ll fight for policies that balance the budget without raising taxes, without jeopardizing the livelihoods of our working families, our seniors, and our students.”