Thursday, October 23, 2014

For immediate release                                                        Contact: Brett Hulsey,                                                                               608-334-4994                                                                                       
October 23, 2014                                                                   Skype: Brett.Hulsey                   

State Rep. Brett Hulsey Announces Independent Run for Governor--
Brett is the Man with a Plan to create at least 32,000 Wisconsin jobs

Madison, WI—Today State Representative Brett Hulsey informed the Government Accountability Board that he will run as an Independent write-in candidate for Governor of Wisconsin.
“Wisconsin voters deserve a real choice for change, not just more of the same old squabbling politics,” Hulsey said. “I am the only candidate with a practical plan to create at least 32,000 jobs to get Wisconsin working again. I used University of Wisconsin and other Wisconsin experts, not outsourced consultants or. lobbyists.”
Brett’s Get Wisconsin Working Again Plan is symbolized by a $2.1 billion check  that restores job training, support for students, teachers, UW and technical college staff, reverses Gov. Walker’s healthcare cuts, protects communities from strip mining, and creates a Penokee Hills State Park instead of a large strip mine.
“I will stop outsourcing Wisconsin jobs with your tax money, unlike the two major party candidates. We need a real Wisconsin jobs plan, not more of the same old thing,” said Hulsey, who runs an award-winning energy consulting business, Better Environmental Solutions. “My plan invests in my children and more than one million public school students, teachers, and college students and staff. It’s paid for with energy efficiency savings.”
“I am the only governor candidate who will restore Gov. Walker’s unnecessary healthcare and other cuts that cost 6,900 private sector jobs,” Hulsey said. “Gov. Walker’s statement that we were ‘$3 billion in debt’ was rated a ‘Pants on Fire’ lie by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. These extreme cuts hurt our school kids needlessly.”
“If it appears that I am helping re-elect Gov. Walker at the end, I will pull out,” Hulsey noted.
Hulsey has 16 years experience in the State Assembly and County Board; started an award-winning small business; worked 18 years for conservation groups; was an Environmental Policy Advisor to President Clinton; and served as a Volunteer in Service to America, VISTA volunteer, during the 70’s energy crisis. To volunteer or donate, contact Brett at, or call 608-334-4994.
Authorized and paid for by Friends of Hulsey, Margie Zilic treasurer. Labor donated, no tax money used.     

Friday, August 8, 2014

For Immediate Release                                                                                                 Contact: Brett Hulsey, 608-334-4994                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Brett Hulsey Campaign Releases Bilingual Spanish Ad—“Yo Trabajo para Usted, I Work for You” highlights Hulsey’s protecting workers, families, schools and UW

Madison, WI—The Democratic State Representative Brett Hulsey for Governor Campaign today unveiled a bilingual Spanish language radio ad, “Yo Trabajo para Usted, I Work for You,” that will run until Tuesday’s election on La Movida, 1480 AM, in the Madison area.

“I wanted to let everyone know I will work for them as governor and put the Spanish I learned in high school and traveling in Mexico to work,” said Hulsey. The script is below.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

For Immediate Release                                                                 Contact: Brett Hulsey, 608-334-4994  
August 6, 2014                                                                                             

Hulsey Campaign Releases “The Check” TV Ad-- 

Talks about Brett’s Plan, $2.1 Billion Checks, Differences with August 12th Primary Opponent   

Madison, WI- State Representative Brett Hulsey, Democratic candidate for governor, today unveiled his second campaign TV ad, “The Check,” to educate voters about their choice before next Tuesday’s primary vote. 

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Hulsey Campaign Asks August 12th Primary Opponent 5 Questions on Her Chinese Jobs 

Outsourcing, Lead Pollution Lobbying Record—

Video Shows Brett Fought to Protect Jobs While She Outsourced Them

Madison, WI—Today State Representative Brett Hulsey (D-Madison) sent his August 12th primary
opponent another letter asking her to explain her jobs outsourcing and lead pollution lobbying record since she won’t debate him. He sent the last letter on May 21st before the South Central Federation of Labor 55th Annual Bean Feed.

“My August 12th primary opponent refuses to explain her jobs outsourcing record, her support for taking
public servant’s healthcare and retirement benefits, and lobbying for weaker Chinese lead protection standards,” Hulsey said. “A progressive Democrat or union member who votes for my primary opponent is like a chicken who votes for Colonel Sanders, it won’t end well.”

Monday, July 28, 2014

TO: Mary Burke, August 12th Primary Opponent for Governor

FR: State Representative Brett Hulsey, Democratic Candidate for Governor

RE: Questions on your jobs outsourcing record, worker healthcare and rights, Chinese lobbying record, 2nd try
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Good to see you recently but I am sorry you won’t debate me. Given the recent controversy over your jobs
outsourcing record, please answer these questions before the August 12th primary: