Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2021-10-07 18:20:50 –
The COVID-19 pandemic remains very active in the United States, with serious implications for major cities across the country, including Milwaukee. On Friday morning, Mayor Tom Barrett, Congressman Christine Sinicki, Vice-Chair Black Caucus Stacy Clark, and Democratic Wisconsin Chair Ben Wickler will meet to help the party.
Organized by the Wisconsin Democratic Party, the event aims to see Governor Tony Evers and the party’s record of providing aid to businesses and working families throughout the state. The response to the pandemic has become an important focus for Democrats heading for the 2022 midterm elections as part of a larger “Build Back Better” initiative led by the Democratic National Committee.Wisconsin Democrats have recently been welcomed Buildback Better Bus In Madison as part of a 10-state tour during the summer parliamentary recess.
In September, Governor Evers announced an additional $ 58.4 million investment in a pandemic response to local and tribal health authorities. Prior to that, funding was allocated by the Coronavirus State Financial Recovery Fund and the Coronavirus Local Financial Recovery Fund, which were established by the U.S. Rescue Planning Act (ARPA), and the government had already committed $ 106.5 million to pandemic aid. rice field. Additional funding and resources provided to the entire Wisconsin community are expected to be celebrated on Friday.
The press conference was at 600 S. WaterSt next to the boat launch area with Juan Bridge in the background of the event. It will start at 11:30 am. If you would like to check attendance at the event or learn more about the Democratic Party’s response to the pandemic, please visit: Wisconsin Democratic Party Website..