I'd be eating out if government wasn't gobbling up my money!Wisconsin is tax hell!I have to brown bag it so I can pay Wisconsin's taxes.We spent 780 billion on a stimulus plan and all I got was this brown bag!My brown bags alter ego pays fewer taxes and gets to eat out.
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October 2010

Scott Walker and Rebecca Kleefisch talked about their plans to get government out of the way to create 250,000 private sector to the workers and owners of Klemm Tank Lines.


Kleefisch continued her small business tour, telling businesses about Scott Walker's plan to aggressively market Wisconsin to job creators. You can view the Scott's marketing plan by clicking here.  

Rebecca visited Ryeco in Racine to learn about their two-sided grinding business. 

 Rebecca Kleefisch returned to Madison to walk in the homecoming parade. 


You can learn more about Rebecca and her battle with cancer by clicking here.  By sharing her story with others Rebecca wants to give hope to families currently dealing with cancer.

At stops in De Pere, Rhinelander, Madison, Wausau, Eau Claire, La Crosse, and Loganville Rebecca met with voters, toured businesses, and talked to media to answer questions about Walker’s pro-jobs plan.

Rebecca checks out one of WEL's semis while visiting their facility in De Pere:

She learns about PDM Bridge operations in Wausau: 

Rebecca Kleefisch, recently nominated Republican Lt. Governor candidate, is excited to join Scott Walker on the campaign trail.  

Scott visited with the employees and owners of Vortex Tool in Schofield to discuss his emergency jobs plan, which would:

  • Create 250,000 private sector jobs
  • Lower Taxes
  • Eliminate red tape
  • End frivolous lawsuits
  • Improve the education of tomorrow's workforce
  • Make health care affordable
  • Invest in infrastructure

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