Amanda is a great candidate but she can’t get her ads on television until mid October unless she has more donations.  Like other counties in the 8th Congressional District, we have painted signs for her.  Donate below:

Amanda is spending every hour she can getting around the district to meet voters — with masks and good social distancing, of course!

Just last weekend we were out placing yard signs around the district so that voters know just how much support there is for Amanda.

And finally, we’re running digital ads to reach voters on an even wider scale. In fact, just last week, we released an ad featuring Amanda’s grandmother (you can watch it here).
All of these campaign activities are necessary to winning on November 3, but they all have a cost. And, since Amanda is refusing to take corporate PAC money, we rely on your support to buy gas, print yard signs, and run digital ads.
Right now, we’re looking to raise another $11,258 before the end of the quarter at midnight on Wednesday. Can we count on you to chip in $10 or $15 today?
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Amanda Stuck is a Wisconsin State Representative and working mom running to represent Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District. She’s running to make sure the voices of working families in Northeast Wisconsin are represented in Washington.


Shawano County Board’s Executive Committee unanimously approved a resolution asking the Legislature to create a nonpartisan procedure for the drawing of redistricting maps.  This would end the gerrymandering we have been living with.  Please call your County Board Supervisor and tell them to vote “yes” at the Aug. 26th County Board meeting.  If you would like to give your support to our efforts, come to the meeting which begins at 3:00 pm.


We have an exciting week ahead.  The virtual convention gives everyone more opportunity to participate in the events.  The main link to the convention schedule and other events is

To find out who will be speaking each night go to Quick Links and click on Schedule.   Go to Menu and Watch to find out all the ways you can watch from Facebook to Twitter to YouTube and many more.  There is an interfaith service at noon on Sunday.  Remember that all the times are in the eastern time zone.
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    The Shawano County Democrats held a sign painting party on Wednesday, August 12th. The event was held at the home of Shawano County Democrats Chairperson Jan Koch.

    Pictured below is 8th District Congressional Candidate Amanda Stuck who was on hand to join in the sign making effort.


The Shawano Dems will be painting signs on Wednesday, August 12th at Koch residence on the west shore of Shawano Lake.  We will be painting the base coat from 10:00-12:00 am.  Richard Sarnwick and Amanda Stuck will be there to help.

Around 2:00 pm we will be spray painting the lettering which should take a few hours. 

If you can help out, send Jan Koch an email or call/text at 715-296-6726 telling what time you can come.   She will respond with her address.

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Read about the Wisconsin face mask requirement below.  The order takes place at midnight on Saturday, August 1st.


Biden yard signs can be picked up next week.  In Shawano the office is located at 1404 E. Green Bay St. across from Perkins’ driveway. Hours of operation are from 2-6 pm on Thursdays beginning August 6 and Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm beginning August 8.  In the following weeks of August the office will also be open Tuesdays from 12-5 pm. 

Signs can also be picked up around the county by contacting the following individuals:

Bonduel:  Text Dan Weidner 715-250-1212

Gresham:  Call/Text Dea Bisley 715-853-6424

Wittenberg:  Call/Text Bill Switalla 715-253-2052

Marion:  Call Dan Mantsch 715-326-1245

We will also have signs for Amanda Stuck, Richard Sarnwick and Aaron Damrau.  


The next Weekend of Action is August 8-9.  Phone calls can be made from your home or the office.  Call Jan Koch at 715-296-6726 if you have some time to reach out to voters for a few hours

Talking Points on Gov. Evers’ Face Mask Requirement

    • COVID-19 is a global pandemic that has already taken the lives of more than 900 people in our state and more Americans than the Vietnam War.

    • Time is of the essence in responding to a crisis, and Gov. Evers and Democrats have worked quickly to respond to the challenges our state is facing because of COVID-19.

    • Our work to fight COVID-19 began several months ago, and what we learned pretty quickly is that our state’s response needed to rival the speed and strength of the virus we are up against.

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If you haven’t voted yet, please take these announcements into consideration. 

Tony Lee had just announced that he is a write-in candidate for State Senate District 2.  If he receives 1700 write-in votes, he will be on the ballot in the November election against Rob Cowles.  You can learn more about him by going to his Facebook page at “Tony Lee for State Senate” and looking for “My Story”.
Simon Moesch has announced that he is suspending his campaign for the 6th District Assembly seat.  He has decided to pursue a master’s degree in public administration at this time.  We wish him well in his studies and hope that he will bring his progressive views back to Shawano County.
On another note, the demand for Biden signs has been great.  The Shawano County Dems have ordered 275 signs to tide us over until a vice president is announced and signs reflecting that are available.  The signs on order should be arriving any day and an email will go out stating where they can be picked up.  

Democrats blast Trump for commuting Roger Stone: ‘The most corrupt president in history’

Democrats tore into President Trump on Friday after he commuted the prison sentence of longtime confidant Roger Stone, who was set to be behind bars for over three years starting next week. 

The president’s decision marked the finale of months-long “will he, won’t he” speculation over if or how Trump would intervene in Stone’s case, but opened up another avenue of criticism for Democrats who have been pounding on the White House on an array of issues. 

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