Don’t forget: volunteer training sessions at the Mead Public Library today, 11/12, at 10am, 12:30pm and 3pm.
A coalition of groups from across Sheboygan County is mounting a campaign to gather signatures to force a recall election and oust Governor Scott Walker and Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch from office.
The coalition, which includes the local chapter of United Wisconsin, the Sheboygan County Democratic Party, various local labor unions and concerned individuals, has organized a series of events throughout the Sheboygan County where individuals can sign recall petitions.
“I’ve never seen such a large and diverse group pull together in common cause” said Geoff Tolley, a Sheboygan County United Wisconsin activist who helped organize the recall activities.
The recall effort in Sheboygan County will begin on Tuesday, November 15 with three drive-in / sign-up events:
- Emil Mazey Hall (5425
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Superior Avenue) from Noon – 8PM
- Kiwanis Park (N 17th St.) from 3pm – 8pm
- Plymouth City Pool (203 Suhrke Road) from 3pm – 8pm.
Sheboygan County activities will continue on Wednesday, November 16 with drive-in / sign-up events at:
- Settlers Park in Sheboygan Falls (Hwy 32 on the river) from 3pm – 8pm
- Sheboygan Park & Ride near Best Buy (Deer Trace) from 3pm – 8pm.
An additional drive-in / sign-up event is planned for Thursday, November 17 at:
- JC Quarry Park in Sheboygan (3100 block of Calumet Dr.) from 3pm – 8pm.
These and additional recall events are being planned in communities and neighborhoods around the county and can be seen at http://tinyurl.com/rwsheboygan
“Through this immense grass-roots effort in Sheboygan County and around the state, Wisconsinites will recall Governor Walker and reclaim their state,” said Tolley.
To volunteer for a 2-2.5 hour shift or more, please email [email protected] or call United Wisconsin at (920) 395-3601.