In these difficult times, as we keep fighting for a better present and future, we need to take pride in our victories when they come. Earlier this week the Wisconsin Ethics Commission ruled in Cynthia Kaump’s favor that campaign donations can be used to pay for childcare while campaigning. This is a win for every Wisconsinite, because it will allow more qualified women, parents, and young people to run for office. Read more about the decision here.
Cynthia celebrated Juneteenth, the day on which the last American slaves were freed, by traveling to Racine, Milwaukee, and her hometown of Madison. Black women are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in America. While Director of Communications and Community Outreach for the State Treasurer, she pioneered a program that worked with community organizations to help women of color start small businesses.
Cynthia knows the State Treasurer represents every part of Wisconsin and continues to travel as much as possible to every corner of the state. This week she spoke to passionate and knowledgeable crowds at the monthly meetings of the Walworth and Marathon County Democrats.
Cynthia is giving interviews, getting endorsements, and traveling the state. She's running a campaign to engage and inform everyone about how the Wisconsin State Treasurer can work for them. She needs your help to get out her message. Donate today. Together we can build a better financial future for Wisconsin.