Senator Johnson hopes to steer Republican revival

Last November left Senator Ron Johnson the last statewide Republican to hold office, something he hopes fellow party members in Door and Kewaunee Counties can help change. After U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin defended her seat and Democrats swept the statewide executive branch seats in the November election, some pondered if Senator Johnson would run again for his U.S. Senate seat or give a try at running for Wisconsin governor. He told that he is focused on 2020 and it was too early to decide. He admitted though that this is a reality he did not think he would face. Work is already underway to find out what went wrong and how it can be fixed.

Senator Johnson says leading by example is a great way to transform people’s lives and show how their principles can work.

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