Johnson Ad Highlights Humble Beginnings, Hard Work

OSHKOSH  – U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) released an ad today detailing his childhood and working-class upbringing, working alternating 12-hour shifts at the manufacturing company he started with his brother-in-law, and his charitable work in his Oshkosh community. The ad, which features pictures of Ron and his family throughout the years, is narrated by his…

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Johnson Statement on Wisconsin U.S. Senate Election

OSHKOSH  – Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) issued the following statement regarding the Wisconsin U.S. Senate election: “Tonight it became official. The leaders of the Democrat party have chosen their most radical left candidate for the U.S. Senate race. It sure doesn’t seem like Wisconsin voters had much of a choice in the matter. These are…

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Johnson Statement on Trump Visit

OSHKOSH – Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) issued the following statement regarding former President Donald Trump’s announced visit to Waukesha: “Wisconsin will always welcome presidents of both parties. I hope former President Trump enjoys his time in our state and I’m sure those attending will enjoy rallying with others who love America. Because this event supports…

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NFIB Endorses Johnson

OSHKOSH  – Today, the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) endorsed Senator Ron Johnson’s (R-WI) re-election campaign. The endorsement was announced at an event held at Rolling Threads Unlimited in Waukesha, one of the more than 10,000 Wisconsin NFIB member companies. “It’s a real honor for me to accept the endorsement of the National Federation…

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Johnson, NRSC Ad Hits Democrats on Record Inflation

OSHKOSH  – U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) and the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) jointly released a new ad today about the cost of inflation on Wisconsin families.  “What planet is he living on? Record gas prices, 40-year high inflation, costing Wisconsin families over $8,000 per year. Sorry Joe, that’s the wrong direction,” the ad…

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Sen. Johnson Raises More Than $7 Million in Latest Quarter

OSHKOSH  – Today, U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) announced that his campaign re-election effort raised more than $7 million during the second quarter of 2022 – triple the amount raised by the Democratic Senate front-runner in the same period. The Ron Johnson re-election effort received 53,638 online donations with an average donation of $38, building…

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Johnson Statement on Wisconsin Supreme Court Drop Box Ruling

OSHKOSH  – U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) said the following after the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Friday that ballot drop boxes are illegal:  “Regardless of political affiliation, the goal should be to restore confidence in the integrity of our election system. This decision is a big step in the right direction.” ###

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New Johnson Ad: Latest Mass Murder the Direct Result of Biden Border Policy

OSHKOSH  – U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) released a new ad today highlighting the real-world consequences of the crisis at the southern border and the Biden administration’s disastrous policies. In the ad, Sen. Johnson explains how the Democrats’ open border policies are causing out of control human, sex and drug trafficking on both sides of the…

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ICYMI: Democrats Distract from Policy Failures

OSHKOSH  – In an article published in the Daily Wire previewing the Wisconsin U.S. Senate race, Ron Johnson highlighted Joe Biden and the Democrats’ policy failures that have led to rising crime, a humanitarian and security crisis at the border, food shortages, and massive inflation.  Read more from the Daily Wire below: ‘A Partisan Exercise’:…

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Sen. Ron Johnson and NRSC Release Ad on Rising Inflation

OSHKOSH  – U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) and the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) jointly released a new ad today on the effects of Joe Biden’s inflation tax on Wisconsin families. The ad is part of a seven-figure statewide television and digital ad buy.  The ad explains how Biden’s massive deficit spending has led to…

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