March 30, 2016
Wisconsin’s 3rd Congressional District will have the chance to vote for change during the Congressional Democratic Primary.
Establishment Democrat incumbent, Congressman Ron Kind has a challenger by the name of Myron Buchholz, who is looking to dim the light of a leading Wall Street democratic point of light.
There’s a saying in the Latino community, “Dime con quién andas, y tediré quién eres” (Tell me who you walk with, and I’ll tell you who you are).
Congressman Ron has been walking with the wrong KIND of people, says Buchholz.
In fact, Myron Buchholz says that Kind has lost his way. Buchholz says that Ron Kind has turned away from being a good steward of the people, to being just another Wall Street rubber stamp.
Myron Buchholz is a retired high school history teacher and Eau Claire resident looking to change the direction that Wisconsin’s 3rd Congressional District has been heading under Ron Kind, who has held his congressional seat since 1997.
Dime con quién andas, y tediré quién eres, Buchholz says as he walks not only with anti-war activists seeking peace, and anti-oligarchs fighting against Wall Street control of Washington, he walks with the spirit of his loving wife who passed away. He says she keeps him focused and on the right path.
Buchholz says he was motivated to answer the “call” to take part in the political revolution that presidential candidate Bernie Sanders started: “The time to step up and take our government back from the billionaire class has arrived,” said Buchholz.
Buchholz said, “The Trans Pacific Partnership is just another give-away of power to corporations. TPP is no benefit to the working class….we know from past experience these trade policies do nothing but destroy our community after factories close and move out to other countries where governments allow the corporations to exploit workers.”
Dime con quién andas, y tediré quién eres! Myron Buchholz walks the walk of the people. He clearly is no Ron Kind.
The Democratic Party Congressional Primary is Tuesday, August 9.