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Sep 4, 2018E-Newsletters

September 4, 2018

Dear Friends,

I hope you all had a great Labor Day Weekend. I wanted to take a moment to share some of exciting news happening both in the state of Wisconsin and in the national economy!


Celebrate Our Growing Economy

There's still a lot of work to do, but there's no question that our country is on a better track than it was just a few years ago. Our pro-growth policies have allowed you and your family keep more of your own hard-earned money. After all, it's yours, not Washington's! 

We've also made it easier for small businesses to hire more workers, raise their wages, or offer greater benefits because they're constrained by less Washington red tape.

And we're seeing the results in the growth of our economy. In fact, in the second quarter of this year, our nation's GDP growth was just revised UP to 4.2%!

They used to say that low growth was the "new normal," but we've proved them wrong.

Click HERE or the image below to "like" and SHARE the exciting news about our economy on Facebook!

 

 

Thank A Cop In Your Community Today

Our local cops, like Officer Zinkowich of the Wausau Police Department do so much to keep our communities safe. Say thanks to an officer in your community today!

Click HERE or the image below to "like" and SHARE your support for cops like Officer Zinkowich!

 

 

Washington DC Internship Opportunity

Attention college students or recent grads: my Washington DC office is now accepting applications for Fall internships. It's a great way to serve your community and get involved in the political process.
 
For more information on the internship, click HERE or the photo below. Also be sure to share these opportunities with any interested students!

 

 

Stay Connected On Social Media    

Snapchat is a fun way to stay connected with what’s going on in Wisconsin and Washington (and of course, find me on Facebook and Twitter- @RepSeanDuffy). Find my snapchat profile either by searching @RepSeanDuffy or use the Snapcode below! 

 

 

Until next week!

God bless,

Sean Duffy