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I am honored that you are all here.
All of this and -- -- it is so important.
Each and every one of us.
I want to begin by introducing my wife Chris.
-- stood by my side about.
I killed a -- -- air negate.
Who have been out there working for their dad and I couldn't be prouder of them.
I just got the phone with Governor Walker he congratulated him on his victory tonight.
We agreed do.
It is -- -- for us.
To work together.
And I wanted to stake all of you.
For their work did you have that this is bad this is bad the most amazing experience.
Of our lives.
-- well we have seen.
Over the last sixteen months.
Is we have seen this democracy.
-- those of you.
To those of you who fought.
Who obtain signatures.
Who stood out in the cold.
Who did what you thought was right.
Ever stop doing what you think is right that's what makes this.
Just a great country.
-- those of you care about this city which I love.
-- those of you care about this state which I -- Please please please.
Because we will continue to fight for justice and fairness in this city and this -- Okay okay.
As -- proud of this state.
The last several months I was amazed I was simply amazed.
At the energy.
The excitement that I saw and people threw out this state.
And you if you had been -- wouldn't feel -- honored as I do to have gotten that opportunity.
To meet so many wonderful people.
People who care about their families people who care about the communities people who care about the future of this state.
The energy that I have received the last two have months has come from you it -- come -- the people of this state.
And I -- you for that.
But -- we must look to their future.
And our challenges are real.
We are -- state that has been deeply divided.
And it is up to all of us our side in their side.
To listen to each other.
And to try to do what's right for everyone in the state.
The state remains divided.
And it is my hope that while we have a lively.
A lively discourse which is healthy in any democracy.
That those who are victorious tonight.
As well as those of us who are not victorious tonight.
-- at the end of the day.
Do what is right for Wisconsin families.
That is what our duty is that is what we must do.
For the people of this -- So this is not an end tonight.
This is an end of another chapter of Wisconsin's history but there are more chapters to come.
And in those chapters.
It is by sincere hope.
Let all of us here that all of us here we'll remain engaged.
And for those of you have been involved for the first time -- the twentieth time I hope that you got the same energy from this that I did.
Because I will continue to fight for this city.
I will continue to fight for the people in the city and I will continue to try to do what is right for all of us thank you very much let's go got to have a --
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