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By now you're probably aware that 2012 Democratic Challenger to Paul Ryan in Wisconsin's 1st Congressional District, Rob Zerban, is making another run for Congress in 2014.

On Monday, December 9th, Zerban will be making an appearance at the Milwaukee Athletic Club in Milwaukee, WI.  It appears the focus is fundraising.

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Jim Carpenter
Sachin Chheda & Angela McManaman
Richard Cohn
Lois Malawsky & Dr. Jay Larkey
Dawn Martin
Tim Posnanski
Keith Schmitz
Melissa Ugland

Chair: $1,000
Host: $500
Sponsor: $250
Suggested contribution: $100
Contributions in any amount gratefully accepted

For more information on becoming a host or to RSVP, please contact Michael Wilson at (262) 657-7400 or email

Please click on "Get Tickets" above to contribute online, or make your contribution at the event.

Contributions can also be mailed to "Rob Zerban for Congress"
PO Box 2286 Kenosha, WI 53141

Location of venue, time, registration and directions are as follows:
Milwaukee Athletic Club
758 N Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202
United States
5:00 pm - 7 pm (CDT)
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Rob Zerban currently has 9.838 Likes on Facebook and 6,310 Followers on Twitter and a massive grassroots network already built from 2012.  Here are the election results from November 2012:

Here's Zerban's 2014 campaign announcement rally:

If you're looking to get involved in Rob Zerban's campaign, links are below:

Rob Zerban for Congress:




Here's Zerban's recent 2014 campaign announcement:

5:53 PM PT: Looks like this diary has received quite a lot of attention:  Even Rob Zerban just tweeted it earlier!

Originally posted to Knowledge Democrats on Fri Nov 29, 2013 at 01:25 PM PST.

Also republished by Badger State Progressive.


Can Rob Zerban get more than 43.4% of the votes in 2014?

12%10 votes
66%52 votes
16%13 votes
3%3 votes

| 78 votes | Vote | Results

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