"I'm calling on all Wisconsinites to join us in a movement that brings people together around one goal: dignity for all."
— Steven Olikara

We will travel around the state to meet with communities that have been left out of politics. Our Dignity Tour will include weekly conversations with farmers, factory workers, small business owners and entrepreneurs, veterans, Indigenous communities, and many more Wisconsinites from all walks of life. Together, we will build an inclusive agenda for Wisconsin.

Our current approach to politics won’t solve the big problems that we face. Too many politicians go to Washington to stoke divisions and they gain power while getting nothing done for the people they are supposed to serve. They use language that demeans people rather than lifting them up. Wisconsin’s most vulnerable and disenfranchised communities deserve leadership and respect. We must change the political dynamic in our state and in the U.S. Senate to provide people with real opportunity, from providing pandemic relief for small businesses to combatting the climate crisis that our children will inherit if we do nothing.

We have a new vision for politics. We believe in radical inclusion that delivers help to those who need it most. That's the work Steven has done for the past decade: using compassion, creativity and courage to build coalitions that tackle our most urgent priorities and make real progress. Here in Wisconsin, we will build a diverse, sweeping coalition and take it to the U.S. Senate.


Dignity Tour

May 28th
Kewaunee County Democratic Party
Kewaunee County Democratic Party
MobCraft Brewery
MobCraft Brewery
MobCraft Brewery
Larson Farm
Nō Studios

This election will mean nothing if it leaves us, after it is all over, as divided as we were when it began. We have to begin to put our country together again. So I believe that any who seek high office this year must go before all Americans: not just those who agree with them, but also those who disagree; recognizing that it is not just our supporters, not just those who vote for us, but all Americans, who we must lead in the difficult years ahead.

Robert F. Kennedy — 1968

For Wisconsin's Future

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