Never mind....they are the exact same(emphasis mine) :
Mary Burke is"running to the middle"
So you'd look to repeal Act 10?
I think there is a difference, and what I'd look at is restoring collective bargaining.
Are there any parts of ACT 10 that you agree with?
Yes, I do believe [state employees] paying a fair share of health care and pension costs is something we needed in order to be able to balance the budget.
I thought, this is the Democrats "best candidate"? I figured there had to be a mistake somewhere, so I contacted the party and Mike Tate for his thoughts.
" Act 10 was bad policy and done in a manner that was demeaning and unfair to our public employees. Mary Burke has indicated she never would have pursued Act 10, busted unions by destroying collective bargaining and acting in such a divisive manner. Many Democrats as well as public employee unions have suggested paying a little more for health care and pensions as an alternative to the horrible and divisive manner in which Act 10 was passed and implemented. I believe when Democrats win the Governors office in 2014 we will see the reinstatement of collective bargaining rights for our public employees."
Scott Walker, our extreme right wing divisive Governor:
"In the end, do public employees -- including me and my family -- pay a little bit more for pensions and health care? Absolutely," Walker told host Joy Cardin.Apparently these people fought for nothing:
Sorry people, go home. No one was listening!
Want to know more of the Mary Burke/ Dem party platform for the coming election? Check out their website here!