Farms and small business the focus of candidate roundtables

Small business and family farms will be the focus of a series of candidate roundtables happening this week. The events, co-hosted by Main Street Alliance and Wisconsin Farmers Union, will offer the opportunity for discussion around crucial issues facing small business, farmers, and the local economy. Candidates from both sides of the aisle have been invited to share their ideas for addressing these issues in Madison. 

Each roundtable will be a call-in tele-townhall and kicks off at 5pm CST.

·       Senate District 30, Tuesday, Oct. 20.


·       Assembly District 74, Wednesday, Oct. 21.

·       Senate District 32, Thursday, Oct. 22.
RSVP: (Thursday, 10/22)

“Our goal is to equip small business owners, farmers and the community as a whole with information about how each candidate will work with small business and farmers to help sustain a vibrant economy in your community,” said Shawn Phetteplace, Wisconsin manager of the MSA.

“The challenges wrought by 2020 have shown a need for clear leadership and creative collaborations if we’re going to revitalize rural Wisconsin,” said WFU President Darin Von Ruden. “These roundtables will provide an opportunity for candidates to share how they would contribute to that vision of vitality for family farms and small businesses.”

For more information about these events, please contact Shawn Phetteplace at [email protected].