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Please con­tribute to sup­port our 2014 campaigns:

Eco­nomic Con­ver­sion: Strengthen Wisconsin’s good pay­ing man­u­fac­tur­ing sec­tor by assist­ing defense contract-dependent com­pa­nies and com­mu­ni­ties in tran­si­tion­ing to pro­duc­tion for the civil­ian market.

Move the Money: Trans­fer hard­work­ing tax­pay­ers’ money from inef­fi­cient Pen­ta­gon spend­ing to pro­grams that cre­ate jobs, pro­tect the finan­cial health of our com­mu­ni­ties and ensure the abil­ity of Wis­con­sin res­i­dents to con­tribute to, and par­take in the just rewards of, our state’s eco­nomic activity.

Peace Voter: Mobi­lize our com­mu­nity around our issues to take action at the bal­lot box through voter edu­ca­tion and door-to-door canvassing.

Dig­i­tal Free­dom: Defend America’s Con­sti­tu­tional free­doms from being eroded by the U.S. government’s unprece­dented sur­veil­lance activ­i­ties and to pro­tect our access to infor­ma­tion from being cur­tailed by pri­vate inter­net ser­vice providers’ pur­suit of profit.  In order to engage freely in the polit­i­cal arena, American’s must unite across the polit­i­cal spec­trum to pre­serve the inter­net as a pro­tected domain for open com­mu­ni­ca­tion and pri­vate self-expression and exploration.

Nuclear Dis­ar­ma­ment: With the cold war long in the past, we must sig­nif­i­cantly reduce the U.S. government’s nuclear stock­pile, decom­mis­sion their deliv­ery sys­tems and cut back their main­te­nance, upgrade and devel­op­ment costs in order to safe­guard against the threat of nuclear war.

For­eign Pol­icy for All: Hold our elected rep­re­sen­ta­tives account­able and pres­sure them to pur­sue a US for­eign pol­icy based on peace, jus­tice and diplomacy.

Truth in Recruit­ment:  To address the mis­lead­ing promises of mil­i­tary recruiters, alter­na­tives to the mil­i­tary, the pos­si­bil­ity of a Draft, and how to declare one­self a Con­sci­en­tious Objec­tor to war.