Last week, I recorded a candidate forum with my opponent for WXPR. You can listen to the full forum here. Questions were submitted by WXPR listeners and we each had 90 seconds to answer each question, without rebuttals. If you listen, you’ll see the clear differences between me and my opponent. I encourage you to share this forum with your friends who are on the fence about voting in this midterm election.
If you missed my interview on Route 51, here’s the link to listen. (My interview comes second.)
We’re getting close to the election, folks!
First of all, make sure you’re registered to vote!
Here are the events that I will be attending in the near future. I hope you see you there or have the opportunity to connect with you after.
Tuesday, October 4th: Ausman vs. Tiffany debate at Lakeland Union High School, 7:00-8:30 PM. This event is open to the public.
Tuesday, October 11th, Scott Kirby & Shannon Hauser at Catalyst Wine LLC., 7:00-9:00 PM. (Mingling and conversation starting at 6:30.) Join me for incredible music, delicious wine, and engaged conversation. This event is open to the public.
Thursday, October 13th, Democratic Party of Wisconsin Live Stream Town Hall on Facebook, 5:30-6:00 PM.
Friday, October 14th, Pink Drinks and Conversation with Eileen, 6:00-8:00 PM. This is a private event for Democratic women. If you’re interested in attending, please email my team and we’ll send you an exclusive invite.
Friday, October 21st, 34th Assembly Debate on WFJW, 7:00-8:00 PM.
I had the privilege of being in conversation with Kristin Brey in As Goes Wisconsin. Our conversation ranged from reproductive rights to the housing crisis. If you listen until the end, you’ll even hear about my first job and a surprising fact that not many people know!
Got a chance to hear not only Governor Evers’s plan for broadband in the Northwoods, but also listened to the issues facing a lot of rural residents when it comes to the importance of broadband to their students, their businesses, and their everyday lives. I look forward to working with Governor Evers when I get to Madison to make sure we are not forgotten when it comes to funds for this vital lifeline in rural northern Wisconsin.
Thank you for visiting the official website of Eileen Daniel for Assembly. I am the current Rhinelander City Council President, a mother, and a passionate Democratic challenger for the 34th District. I need your help to send me to Madison so I can get to work for the Northwoods. Join my campaign today by volunteering or donating.