Health care and bratwurst in Wisconsin
A trip to Milwaukee for NCAA basketball and an incredible meal at Karl Ratzsch's restaurant the day Congress passed the President's health-care reforms made us curious about the aftereffect on two potential targets: Wisconsin's Dave Obey (D-7) and Steve Kagen (D-8). custodia in silicone samsung a5 2017 David Obey (left) represents the northwest portion of Wisconsin--the land of lumberjacks, muskies and sky-blue waters. Best known for being the home area of former Congressman and Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird, the district has continued to trend Democratic in recent years. custodia s9 samsung selfie John Kerry earned 51% of the vote in 2004, and Barack Obama made a stronger 56% showing in 2008. samsung galaxys9 custodia Last night (3/24/10), we asked 1,700+ voters in Obey's district this question:
Your congressman, David Obey, voted in favor of the president's health-care package last Sunday. custodia silicone samsung galaxy j7 2017 Does that make you more likely, or less likely to support him for re-election?Here are the responses:
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Congressman Steve Kagen is a physician (and he sure wants you to know it...check out his website). The district itself includes Green Bay and vacation destination Door County, and has exhibited a decidedly independent spirit in elections. samsung core prime custodia Bush pulled 55% of the district in 2004, but Obama scored nearly 54% in 2008. custodia samsung galaxy edge 6 plus Kagen...er...DR. Kagen replaced Republican Mark Green who left office to run for governor.
How did the independent-minded voters of WI-8 respond to the following?
Your congressman, Steve Kagen, voted in favor of the president's health-care package last Sunday.