My co-author Julie Coates led the state of Wisconsin in moving people politically during the recall elections last year. The recalls stopped the Tea Party in its tracks.
"You have made an impact larger than you know," a representative of the Canadian flight attendants union said last month in a meeting in Madison, Wisconsin.
Same meeting where Julie got Activist of the Year Award for her work and inventing RVP (Relational Voter Program) which has spread throughout the state.
Julie and colleague Nan Lambertson receiving Activist of the Year aAwards from We Are Wisconsin, the labor-citizen statewide group that fought off the Tea Party inWisconsin.