Dom

Dominic grew up in the Wisconsin country side before atttending UW – LaCrosse where he received his BS in Marketing.  During college he met Mike Crute and started to engage in the political and philolophical conversations that have continued over the past 20 years.  A self described social liberal and fiscal conservative, Dominic has been at odds with many tenets of the two main political parties.

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Mike

Mike grew up in Madison, the son of a dynamic, liberal mother; who acted as an unpaid lobbyist for the State of Wisconsin foster parent association.  Mike created a live call-in show for cable, worked for ABC-WXOW during and after graduating from UW-Lacrosse.  Mike found his progressive voice and reactivated his passion for broadcasting by joining close friend Dominic Salvia in their daily production of the “The Devil’s Advocates.”

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WBA to hold one, one hour, Gubernatorial Debate October 5th at 7 pm. #Evers vs. #Walker

Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Foundation Debate Criteria

It is the WBA Foundation’s goal to provide a forum to help educate voters on the issues in the campaign with a focus on the candidates who have a realistic opportunity to determine the outcome of the election.

The WBA Foundation will sponsor debates in the general election campaign for Governor/U.S. Senate in Wisconsin and will invite all candidates who have established themselves as viable candidates based on the following criteria:

1. The candidate has qualified for a place on the ballot in November either by winning his or her primary or by other means, and;

2. The candidate has shown support of at least 10 percent of those polled in a statewide political survey conducted by a recognized and respected political polling firm and/or a recognized and respected sponsoring organization that is released at least seven (7) days prior to the scheduled debate. Candidate sponsored polls are not eligible. and;

3. The candidate has an active campaign with an office, staff, literature/website, and funding apart from the candidate’s own resources, and;

4. The candidate has raised a minimum of $250,000 in campaign funds as reported in the pre-primary filing with state or federal election authorities.

The WBA Foundation recognizes that there may be other candidates who don’t meet these criteria. The criteria are intended to provide voters with a forum to help educate them on the issues in the campaign with a focus on the candidates who have a realistic opportunity to determine the outcome of the election.
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