• Shaping Public PolicyInforming citizens through grassroots and media campaigns.
  • Quality EducationWisconsin needs strong public schools to ensure opportunity
  • The EnvironmentA clean, safe and healthy Wisconsin
  • HealthcareAffordable and accessible for all
  • Tax FairnessReduce income inequality and focus on financial security for working families and entrepreneurs.
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Greater Wisconsin Committee

Wisconsin has long needed a state-based, progressive issue advocacy organization that conducts aggressive grassroots and media campaigns on the important public policy issues facing the state.

To this end, the Greater Wisconsin Committee (GWC) was established in 2004 to communicate with people across the state to define and advance the important issues facing our citizens.

GWC assembles the best research, strategic and creative talent to educate and mobilize Wisconsin residents on important economic, health, social and environmental issues.

Policy Agenda

  • Health Care Reform
  • Tax Fairness
  • Environmental Protection
  • Quality Public Schools
  • Ethics in Government
  • Social & Economic Justice

We are progressive

At a time when conservative wedge and special interest politics dominated the State Capitol, the Greater Wisconsin Committee was created to change the atmosphere.

Advocating for Wisconsin's children and schools

We need your help to inform and educate

Your support is needed now more than ever to fight back against Scott Walker's attacks on our children, seniors and working families. 

Your donation will be put to immediate use in getting our message out. 

Our goal is to raise the level of the public debate, and to begin a dialogue about the issues that affect people's daily lives - health care, jobs, education, tax fairness, the environment, public safety, ethics and more.

Advocating for Wisconsin's workers - union worker in hardhat

Media Center

Student loans cripple students and borrowers with over $1.2 trillion. Despite this crisis, Scott Walker increased UW tuition and opposed a plan to allow Wisconsin borrowers to refinance their student loans.

Women earn less than men for doing the same work. Scott Walker's corporate friends lobbied to repeal the Equal Pay law and spent $8 million to support his campaigns. Now it's easier to pay women less.

Gov. Walker doled out half-a-billion dollars in tax breaks and giveaways to his friends while he cut school funding more per student than any governor in America.