We're prepared to put Right to Work front and center in the recall campaign, but we need your help
- The Kaukauna School Board relied on the reforms to turn a $400,000 deficit into a $1.5 million surplus, hire more teachers, and reduce class sizes without the burdensome meddling of teacher union bosses;
- School districts across the state are projected to save millions of dollars each year by shopping around for competitively priced health insurance providers;
- Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, one of the Democrats vying for the chance to oppose Governor Walker in the June 5 recall, publicly admitted that his city would save "at least $25 million a year — and potentially as much as $36 million in 2012."
Your National Right to Work Committee is prepared to turn up the heat - mail, phones, email and internet ads, radio, even TV ads if funding permits - to inform Wisconsin voters about the effects of the reforms and where the candidates stand.
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