Reid Ribble Tag Archive


  • GOP Congressmen Won’t Return Money From Hastert’s PAC

    Ryan, Duffy and Ribble should have already sent out news releases assuring the public they had returned his contributions.

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 06/17/2015
  • From Bad to Worse: Wisconsin Rep. Reid Ribble Calls for Cuts to Social Security in Exchange for Federal Fiscal Deal

    MADISON, Wis. — In a letter to U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner dated October 8th, U.S. Representative Reid Ribble advocates for using the Tea Party driven government shutdown he has...

    One Wisconsin Now, 10/09/2013
  • As Tax Day Arrives, Will GOP Legislators Fail to Pay Their Fair Share, Again?

    Will Republicans and their businesses that have paid no state income tax in recent years will be joining the rest of us in paying for services like education, health care, public safety and roads.

    One Wisconsin Now, 04/14/2013
  • Republican Rep. Ribble Hasn’t Voted in WI Since His Election

    It’s bad enough Republican Reid Ribble doesn’t even live in the district he represents, now we’re finding out he doesn’t even vote. But Rep. Ribble makes it unclear as to whether it’s DC’s...

    Cody Oliphant, 09/26/2011
  • Wisconsin House GOP Has Koch Addiction

    MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin Republican House members Paul Ryan, Sean Duffy and Reid Ribble managed to score $11,000 in campaign money from the Koch PAC last month, according to fillings at the...

    One Wisconsin Now, 07/21/2011
  • Republicans Hold Benefits Hostage for Working Families to Give Millionaires, Billionaires $100,000 Unpaid Gift

    Unemployed workers will lose their benefits because Congressional Republicans refuse to budget unless the Bush tax breaks are extended for the wealthy.

    One Wisconsin Now, 11/28/2010
  • GOPromiseBreakers: Will Walker, Kleefisch, RoJo, Duffy, Ribble Take Government-Subsidized Health Care?

    One Wisconsin Now is calling for them to publicly announce whether or not they will be taking advantage of government-subsidized health care in their newly-elected positions.

    One Wisconsin Now, 11/15/2010