I just received the following e-mail today from Sandy Pasch.
The entire e-mail is below the fold:
Tuesday night was historic. Never before in the history of Wisconsin - or the nation - has a recall effort of this size and magnitude ever been organized.
This recall effort, a grassroots movement to fight the most divisive agenda our state has ever faced, started with you. It started when you stood up to the unprecedented attack on our shared values in February, and while it’s August, you haven’t stopped.
You rallied together; you braved a frigid Wisconsin winter, in snow, in rain and sleet, and collected over 30,000 signatures from all across our district.
This campaign and the grassroots movement that began on our frigid streets and continued into the summer months saw people pour their heart and soul into this movement.
That's why we must continue our fight to get our state back on track – a track that truly embodies our shared values and priorities.
I am so inspired by all of the hard work and dedication that went into this race by an incredible group of volunteers. For weeks, our office buzzed with excitement, with hundreds of volunteers from across the district stopping in to make phone calls, knock on doors, or answer phones.
In the end, Tuesday night was a victory. Congratulations to our new senators, Jen Shilling and Jess King, who won hard fought races and will fight to restore our Wisconsin values to the state Senate. They are why we are even more energized as we move forward.
This fight is far from over, and I have been so proud to work alongside so many dedicated community members. Thank you deeply for your dedication, hard work and passion.