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Party of raising taxes – Democrats.
President Barack Obama, Governor Jim Doyle, US Senators Russell D. Feingold & Herb H. Kohl, WI State Senator Jeffrey Plale, US House of Representatives Gwen Moore, State Rep. Christine Sinicki, County Supervisor Patricia Jursik, and Cudahy Mayor Ryan McCue.
For those that are mad and complaining about taxes notice who is taxing you, who is in power and who you voted for!
FYI to those in power. If you vote for tax increases, beware of your constituents!
One CRG-backed group is called "No Tax Increase for Cudahy/South
Kliesmet said the filings were spurred by local residents seeking CRG help to hold their supervisors accountable. He said the filings could be precursors to recalls.
The group's political advocacy arm also is sponsoring a series of radio ads, mailings and automated phone calls in support of
Jursik has emerged as a CRG foe for her outspoken criticism of the group as "bullies.” She also said a CRG mailing that featured
Jursik said her votes against the budget and against some of
"I'm not doing anything different in response to pressure from CRG," Jursik said. "There's nothing unusual at all in the way I've been voting."
CRG phone calls this week urged residents to contact Jursik and Lipscomb and tell them to support
Kliesmet said Lipscomb was out of step with his district by backing a local sales tax increase to fund transit and parks. A 2008 referendum on the issue was strongly supported countywide, though it split about evenly in the areas of
"There's no mandate in
Kliesmet said the group may also launch a political action committee in veteran Supervisor Lynne De Bruin's district. Although she voted against the budget, she supported some amendments that added costs, he said.