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Almost ready for another run.
Rob Zerban, who ran against Rep. Paul Ryan last year in Wisconsin's 1st Congressional District while Ryan was Mitt Romney's running mate, has an announcement:

Event:  Saturday, October 26, 2013
Time:  11:00am in CDT

Join the grassroots movement that came the closest to defeating Paul Ryan to hear a very special announcement from Rob Zerban about 2014!

This is for all of the people across the district, the state, and the country who have shown their support to bring progress back to Wisconsin's 1st and accountability back to Washington.

Join us at UW-Parkside's Student Center, out on the terrace. A map is provided on the back of each ticket. Free tickets are available over the phone at 262-657-7400, via email at, or stop by our office at 5711 8th Ave, Kenosha, WI.

In case any of you aren't aware, since Rob Zerban lost to Paul Ryan last November, he's formed a Congressional Exploratory Committee and has been fundraising for the last several or so months.  It's pretty evident Zerban will be running again in 2014 and the announcement on October 26th will allow him to officially announce he will be launching his campaign.

Zerban currently has 9.552 Likes on Facebook and 5,632 Followers on Twitter and a massive grassroots network already built from 2012.  In addition, with the Congressional Exploratory Committee effectively generating financing, Zerban is also getting quite a lot of donations even while he hasn't made his official announcement.

As many of you Kossacks were fired up about Zerban in 2012, get ready to be fired up for 2014!

Rob Zerban for Congress:




Originally posted to Knowledge Democrats on Wed Oct 16, 2013 at 02:25 PM PDT.

Also republished by Badger State Progressive.


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