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Most of the questions from the room revolved around KRM/RTA and the high levels of unemployment in Racine. Wanggaard and Fitzgerald said government restrictions and regulations are hindering the growth of small businesses and the production of new jobs that are needed in Wisconsin.
People eating were tradesmen, doctors, small business owners, retirees, and lawyers.
When asked what brought him to Racine, Fitzgerald played to the crowd. "I came for one of Gus's Gyros," he said.Wanggaard is running against incumbent Sen. John Lehman, D-Racine, this fall.