Franke Wilmer for U.S. Congress
August 18, 2011: Franke Wilmer hires Pollster Anna Greenberg
Franke Wilmer, Democratic candidate for U.S. Congress in Montana, announced today that she has hired Veteran Political operative Anna Greenberg, of Greenberg, Quinlan, Rosner Research on as the campaign’s pollster.
"I am really excited to be working with Anna Greenberg. Her firm has a reputation for being among the industries top firms. I believe it is important to work with talented people that share my beliefs in strengthening the middle class, protecting social security, and empowering unions," said Franke Wilmer.
“I am thrilled to be working with Franke Wilmer in her run for Congress. Nobody understands the real economic challenges facing Montanans like Franke. She has the ideas and determination to get things done in Congress that will improve people’s lives,” said Anna Greenberg.
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner specializes in political polling and campaign strategy, helping political candidates, parties, and ballot initiatives succeed across the country and around the world. In the past few election cycles, GQR played a pivotal role in electing leaders such as Senators Jeanne Shaheen, Tim Johnson and Amy Klobuchar, Representatives Gabrielle Giffords, Gary Peters and Martin Heinrich and Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Other clients include EMILY’s List, DCCC, AFL-CIO, SEIU, Human Rights Campaign, and NARAL Pro-Choice America.
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It was 76 years ago today that President Franklin Roosevelt signed into law the creation of social security.
It was one of the most important steps that this or any country has ever taken to make sure that our seniors can live a secure retirement. That’s mattered to Americans of every age, who could start businesses or change jobs knowing that they had a baseline in place to protect them in their old age.
I wish social security were having a happier birthday. But, unfortunately, it’s at risk. And it’s up to us to protect it.
We saw what happened in the debt ceiling deal. Steve Daines’ tea party allies in Congress threatened to force the United States government into default unless they got a radical re-working of the social contract.
While they didn’t succeed, for now, their agenda is clear: end social security as we know it. And it’s up to us to stop them.
I’m raising my voice as loudly as possible to make sure that Montanans understand what’s at stake for social security in this debate: that if Steve Daines and his tea party allies win, we lose.
And now I need your help to make sure I can be that voice in Congress for social security. Your contribution will help me be Montana’s one voice in the House of Representatives – and make sure we’re protecting a secure retirement for all Montanans.
P.S. I served meals to more than 500 seniors today at the MontanaFair in Billings, and saw the faces of so many who are depending on us to protect social security. For their sake, I hope you’ll support my campaign.
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