Speakers urge Dems to do better job touting their successes
By Kay Nolan, April 11, 2010
Kay Nolan is a contributing writer for WisPolitics.com. This article ran in the April 11, 2010 issue.
Milwaukee — Dems must do a better job of communicating their positive accomplishments and appealing to working- and middle-class voters if they are to hold on to key political offices in Wisconsin, supporters were told Saturday evening at the state Democratic Party’s major annual fundraising event.
Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell chided his fellow Dems for allowing Republicans to “control the dialogue” regarding national issues such as stimulus efforts and national health care.
“We’ve got to get on the stick,” he said. “We can’t let the tea party become the only voice America hears.”