Dr. Battino underscores the seriousness of her candidacy and emphasizes her position as a doctor and citizen, not as a career politician or businessman. Her campaign is about grassroots organizing and reaching a progressive consensus at the street level in Wisconsin.
At the end of Quarter 2, Dr. Battino’s campaign trails fellow candidates in dollars on hand. This contrasts the grassroots nature of her campaign with the financial and political insiders running against her.
Dr. Battino highlights her staunch support for universal, single-payer Medicare For All system to replace our costly, inefficient and deadly for-profit system. She contrasts her position with that of other candidates who oppose M4A in favor of a public option.
Dr. Battino pitches her campaign among other candidates, stressing her support for universal healthcare, immigration justice, racial justice and climate justice.
Dr. Battino is interviewed by WISN 12 Milwaukee’s Up Front. She outlines her priorities: universal healthcare, immigration justice and climate change. If elected Dr. Battino would be the first female physician ever in the Senate and the only Democrat in the body.
Dr. Battino attended a fundraising event with other candidates in Waunakee. She emphasized her campaign’s intention to fight for every vote in every county, to build a popular, grassroots, progressive consensus.