WISCONSINREPORT.COM (02/14/08) - Former Wisconsin 71st District Assembly Representative and Superdelegate Stan Gruszynski is endorsing Senator Barack Obama. In the battle for the democratic nomination, Gruszynski’s endorsement as one of Wisconsin’s 18 Superdelegates brings the Democratic nomination even closer within reach for Senator Obama. Gruszynski joins other Wisconsin Superdelegates, including Governor Jim Doyle, Congresswoman Gwen Moore and Congressman Dave Obey standing with Senator Obama in the primary process in progress. Wisconsin's Presidential Primary is February 19th.
“Senator Obama will bring the change we need here in Wisconsin and across America to strengthen the middle class and standing for regular Americans,” Gruszynski said.
“From saving jobs from being sent overseas and creating new ones for our hardworking families, to creating universal health care and making college affordable to all, Senator Obama is a leader who will change America,” Gruszynski points out.
Gruszynski represented the Stevens Point area 71st District in the state Assembly from 1984 to 1994. He was part of the Democratic leadership and chaired the College and Universities Committee.
Gruszynski is one of the many Wisconsin former and current leaders who feel that Illinois U.S. Senator Barack Obama is uniting Americans. Judging by some of the various faces at Obama appearances in Wisconsin, people of all backgrounds and all generations have been coming together to stand up for the kind of change Barack Obama represents.
Governor Jim Doyle was scheduled to vote several days early to make sure his vote in the Wisconsin Presidential Primary counts for Obama. Doyle cast his vote for Barack Obama for President in Madison today, February 14th.
Governor Doyle and the Obama campaign are urging Wisconsin voters to take advantage of Wisconsin early voting and vote for change ahead of primary day, Tuesday, February 19th.
Wisconsin permits voters to vote early in person at the offices of municipal clerks or at other satellite voting locations.
Registered Wisconsin voters may vote early without stating a reason or needing any excuse.
Wisconsin has same day registration. To register, take a piece of official mail sent to you at your current voting address.