LEGISLATIVE BREAKFAST TO BE HELD MONDAY

In attendance will be: State Sen. Bob Wirch, D-Somers; Rep. Peter Barca, D-Kenosha; Rep. Tod Ohnstad, D-Kenosha; Sen. Van Wanggaard, R-Racine; Rep. Samantha Kerkman, R-Salem Lakes; Christopher Bogan, representing U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis.; Gina Walkington, candidate for the 61st District Assembly seat; and Lori Hawkins, candidate for the 63rd District Assembly seat.

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EVERS, BARNES RALLY KENOSHA COUNTY DEMOCRATIC VOLUNTEERS

“Barnes also called for volunteers to stump in support of other local and state Democratic candidates, including Bristol residents Lori Hawkins, who is running for the 21st Senate District, and 61st Assembly District candidate Gina Walkington; attorney general candidate Josh Kaul; and state treasurer candidate Sarah Godlewski.”

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BALDWIN DECRIES "MESS" IN WASHINGTON DURING KENOSHA CAMPAIGN STOP

Baldwin also praised local party members for stepping up and running for seats up for election, including Gina Walkington of Bristol, a founding member of Forward Kenosha, who is vying for the Assembly seat in the 61st District. Walkington introduced Baldwin during the event.

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SHOWTIME'S THE CIRCUS, S2-EP 6: THE RESISTANCE

"How are the Democrats resisting Trump? Mark Halperin talks to Elizabeth Warren about standing strong. Bernie Sanders tells John Heilemann about taking his message to the people. Americans talk about what resistance means to them. Hosted by Executive Producers, Journalists, and New York Times bestselling co-authors Mark Halperin and John Heilemann (Game Change and Double Down) and Guest Starring Political Strategist Mark McKinnon. Featuring Donald Trump Jr; Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D, MA); Gina Walkington (Co-Founder, Forward Kenosha); Sen. Bernie Sanders (I, VT); Tom Perez (Chair, DNC); Killer Mike (Hip-Hop Artist, Musician, and Activist); Cecile Richards (President, Planned Parenthood)..."

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THE GOP’S HEALTH CARE BILL COULD MEAN MORE CANCER FOR POOR AMERICANS

In 2006, when Walkington was in college, she relied on her parents for insurance, which was tricky: Sexual health was never part of her family’s discussions, and she didn’t feel comfortable with her parents knowing she required reproductive health care. But they didn’t need to know when she got a cervical cancer screening at Planned Parenthood—a screening that ended up saving her life. ”I got a Pap smear . . . and then about a week later a clinician called and said my test came back abnormal,” Walkington said. “I had pre-cancer cells in my cervix, but Planned Parenthood walked me through the next steps and told me to act quickly—that if I let it go, it could be a big issue.”

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