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ENG:Kathleen Vinehout, Ph.D, M.P.H. is a Democratic member of the Wisconsin Senate, representing the 31st district since 2007. She is a candidate for Governor of Wisconsin against Incumbent Scott Walker. Mrs. Vinehout's family farm in Alma is now certified organic and produces hay and grain. Early life, education and career Vinehout was born on June 16, 1958 in Albany, New York and grew up in Aurora, Illinois. Her father was a laborer and her mother a registered nurse, and both served in the United States Air Force. She graduated from Aurora Central Catholic High School in 1976. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in education from Southern Illinois University in 1980, a Master of Public Health from St. Louis University in 1982, and a Ph.D. in Health Services Research from St. ...
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Vinehout seeks support in Rock County


JANESVILLE — Kathleen Vinehout won't soon forget Feb. 8. That was the day she became the second declared Democrat hoping to unseat Gov. Scott Walker in a recall election. It also was the day the Wisconsin Education Association Council—the state's largest teachers union—threw its support behind the only other declared Democrat: Kathleen Falk. Falk reportedly promised WEAC and other unions that, if elected governor, she would veto any state budget unless it restored collective bargaining rights. "That was both a blessing and a curse," Vinehout said Tuesday during a ...


Vinehout Visits UW-La Crosse


LA CROSSE,WI - Candidate for Governor Kathleen Vinehout focused on education during a campaign stop in La Crosse today. The Democratic State Senator from Alma said students all over are very concerned about the budget cuts made to higher education funding. She said it's making it more difficult for students to graduate in four years. That's why she visited UW-L today to hear their concerns first hand. Vinehout introduced herself to all of the students before addressing them. She said the budget cuts that happened didn't have to happen and she believes Governor Walker was being ...


Meet the Walker Recall Candidates: Kathleen Vinehout


In the tale of two Kathleens vying to replace Governor Scott Walker come the recall election, Sen. Kathleen Vinehout is the lesser known, though her star is rising and she’s fast getting a reputation for straight, folksy talk and a hands-on, grassroots style. She’s also relatively new to politics in comparison, first elected in 2006 into a district that includes Tomah, parts of Eau Claire, and a solid chunk of the Wisconsin-Minnesota border. Vinehout is a former dairy farmer, a former university professor (she taught health administration for ten years) and, along with her 13 ...


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Card Skimmer Bill Aimed at Stopping Gas Pump Scam
June 28, 2017 “Be careful when you fill up,” Linda warned me a few months ago. “There’s a new scam that captures your credit card information when you pay for your gas at the pump.” One more thing to worry about, I thought. However, I discovered Senator Rob Cowles already put worry into action. He […]
Proposal Helps Veterans Become Farmers
July 5, 2017 “As far back as WWI connecting soldiers with nature and farming has been used to treat the invisible wounds of war,” Mr. Brian Sales recently told members of the Senate Agriculture, Small Business and Tourism Committee. “Back then it was called shell shock. Today it’s called PTSD. No matter what it’s called, […]
Will Wisconsin’s Future Children Receive an Equal Education?
June 14, 2017 Progress with the state budget is at a standoff in the Capitol. Behind closed doors, leaders are talking details and trying to find votes. Openly, legislative leaders point to a lack of agreement on public education. They say no progress can happen until they round up necessary votes for the education portion […]
Celebrating Wisconsin’s Dairyland
June 21, 2017 “Do you still milk?” I asked Jim at a recent gathering. “No,” he told me. “My son tells me the most help I can be is to stay out of the way,” he joked. We both agreed that was hard. Dairying gets in your blood. June is dairy month. A time to […]



 
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