RECAP: #RonOnTheRoad with Senator Scott Brown

Ron Johnson traveled with Senator Scott Brown, winner of “the people’s seat,” around Milwaukee on Sunday and Monday, visiting the Wisconsin State Fair, holding a Republican rally and sitting down to listen to the concerns of veterans, young professionals and other Wisconsinites.

Their message: this is Wisconsin’s Senate seat, not Senator Feingold’s. Just as Ron defied the odds by defeating Feingold, a professional politician and 18-year liberal icon to Democrats in Washington, D.C., Scott Brown won what was dubbed “the people’s seat” in 2010, beating liberal Boston Democrats out of a seat held by Senator Ted Kennedy for decades.

See details and photos on Ron and Scott’s stops together below:

  • Wisconsin State Fair – Ron and Scott’s first stop on Sunday afternoon was the Wisconsin State Fairgrounds in West Allis, where they listened to the concerns of fair-goers while taking in the sights. Ron spoke with fair-goers in the exhibition hall, and Ron and Scott got behind the counter at Adeline’s food booth to serve corn on the cob. They made a second swing through the fair on Monday afternoon. [See photos from the fair on Sunday here and here, and Monday here and here.]
  • People’s Seat Rally – Also on Sunday, Ron and Scott joined dozens of grassroots volunteers for the “People’s Seat Rally” at the Wisconsin Republican Party of Wisconsin’s Waukesha Field Office. Both Ron and Scott spoke, then took questions from the crowd. [See a photo from the event here.]
  • Veterans Roundtable – On Monday morning, Ron and Scott sat down with local veterans at the American Serb Hall in Milwaukee. They led an hour-long roundtable discussion, taking questions and listening to the concerns of veterans. [See a photo of the roundtable event here.]
  • Young Professionals Lunch – Ron and Scott ate lunch with young leaders from local businesses and the community on Monday at the Milwaukee Athletic Club. Both Ron and Scott spoke, then took questions from the crowd on jobs, federal spending, national security and other issues. [See a photo of the young professionals event here.]