Lawrence Dale commented on WIGP officer self-nomination 2014-11-29 14:39:58 -0600For the 7th Congressional District: I think I would be a good fit for this position because I have professional organizing experience and I received 3600 pro Green Party votes for the 7th Congressional District out of approximately 265,000 cast (without campaigning due to lack of funds).
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-The Four Lakes Green Party elects one representative
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Lawrence Dale commented on Wisconsin Greens endorse 3 candidates for Fall 2014 elections, launch petition drive 2014-04-19 17:39:41 -0500The Dale website is: www.daleforcongress.org
Lawrence Dale commented on Contact Us 2015-04-30 11:23:32 -0500The web site won’t accept my registration for the Stevens Point gathering on May 9th.
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Elect Lawrence Dale, for Wisconsin's North-woods 7th Congressional District- Dump Duffy
I've worked and lived in the Wisconsin north-woods for the better part of the last 20 years while the Democrat and Republican pseudo leaders have let corporations channel /outsource 53,000 U.S. manufacturing facilities since 2001. Along with those lost plants, our technology and know-how has also gone to China, thereby consolidating a dangerous anti-democratic , totalitarian police state, one with no moral compass.
Now the Democrat and Republican candidates line up to be corporate (proxies). This guarantees them their campaign funding as it obligates them to vote the corporate line. These campaign funds source are resources fleeced from U.S. tax payers and paid as subsidies to wealthy corporations. They're also derived from the profits expropriated from wage-slavery pay and conditions imposed on the Chinese people.
By contrast, the Green Party rightly accepts no corporate donations- Greens abhor the perception of U.S. elected officials being bribed and the Chinese peoples' subjugation financed by American corporations.