WEAC members continue to provide budget feedback to Governor-Elect Evers

 

WEAC member Rick Erickson of Bayfield (standing, right) leads a discussion during Monday’s state budget listening session hosted by Governor-Elect Tony Evers in Superior.

WEAC Secretary-Treasurer Kim Schroeder (standing, right) speaks during the governor-elect’s Listening Session Tuesday in La Crosse. Among those listening are Lieutenant Governor-Elect Mandela Barnes (sitting, far right).

WEAC member Rick Erickson of Bayfield (top picture) and WEAC Secretary-Treasurer Kim Schroeder (lower picture) are among the many WEAC members who participated in discussions during state budget listening sessions hosted by Governor-Elect Tony Evers and Lieutenant Governor-Elect Mandela Barnes. The Superior hearing (top) and the La Crosse hearing (bottom) were part of a series designed for the governor-elect to hear from citizens about what they would like to see in the state budget proposal he will present to the Legislature in January. WEAC members were also well-represented at earlier hearings in Green Bay and Wausau. Another scheduled hearing is Wednesday in Milwaukee, although it has a waiting list.

WEAC has created another opportunity for educators to have their opinions and ideas voiced to the new administration – WEAC’s Feedback Form:

What are your top priorities for the incoming governor?
Click here to complete our online form!

This form will be active throughout the budget and legislative session this winter and spring. WEAC member Amy Traynor serves on the governor-elect’s transition team, and will be sure your thoughts and ideas are brought forward as plans are made for Wisconsin’s new direction.