My name is Marsha Steele and I am the Winnebago County chair. The November 2016 election is going to make a big difference in the direction of the state as well as the country. At the center of all of this is Winnebago County. We have races here that will determine the direction in Madison and on the national front the Senate race could be the most contested race in the country. If you would like to be involved we would love to have your help. From greeting at the door to phone calling and knocking on doors- whatever your comfort level is we can use YOU! We welcome your help and friendship. Come to one of our meetings and share with the many like-minded people in your community. I look forward to seeing you!
Marsha Steele, Winnebago County Chair.
“Winnebago County is at the very center of the Nation for politics”
Film Showing – May 14th UAW Local 578 located at 2920 Oregon Street in Oshkosh will be showing the film, “Brothers on the Line” on Saturday, May 14th at 12:00p.m. It is free and all are welcome to attend.
Stock the Shelves – May 21st Are you interested in helping out at the Oshkosh Community Food Pantry located at 2551 Jackson Street? A small group of dedicated volunteers will be helping with various tasks on Saturday, May 21st. Stay the entire time or stop in between 8:45a.m. – 12:30p.m. Additional hands are always needed and appreciated!
“Adopt-The-Office-For-A-Day” and “Be A Brick” Fundraiser The cost to keep the office open and running is about $40 per day. To help meet this demand members may Adopt-The-Office-For-A-Day. Please consider signing up on the special calendar in the office. Your support will keep the office open and running efficiently from now until Election Day. If you would like to donate towards the fund that has been established to keep the office open beyond Election Day please stop in and ask about our “Be A Brick” fundraiser.