We need to raise an army of volunteers!
A State Treasurer's race requires boots on the ground. Think about your skills. How you can help us win on August 14th?
Facebook is the best way to keep informed of events we have coming up. Make sure to like our Facebook page.
Give us a call at 414-218-6475 or send an e-mail to volunteer. We need help in everything from staffing parades to knocking on doors.
If you want to hold a Meet and Greet house party, please give us call. It is a great way to build a volunteer base.
Write to the newspaper. Not everyone uses the internet you know, especially older people who are a solid voting block. Always include your name and check the papers policy on word limits. Keep your letter short, honest and positive.
Contribute by check.
Please mail your personal check to
Sass for State Treasurer
3237 S. 57 Street
Milwaukee, WI 53219
You must be a minimum of 18 years old
The maximum campaign contribution limit is $10,000 per person, $8625 from a single committee.
You must be a a U.S. citizen making this contribution, or a lawfully admitted permanent resident.
Contributions must be made from your own personal funds, and the funds are not provided by another person or organization or business.
You may make this contribution with your own personal credit card. You may not use a business or corporate check, or a business credit or debt card or a card issued to another individual.
Campaign contributions are not tax deductable.
On November 4th, 2006
an election miracle occurred.
Dawn Sass had never won an elected office in her life. It was not for lack of trying. She ran for local offices 4 times and had lost. Not one to be give up, Dawn ran a campaign against a 12-year incumbent who had over $90,000 war chest. Dawn had only a paltry $4700. But she visited as many people as she could throughout the state. On November 5th Dawn awoke to discover that she had been elected the new State Treasurer. It was close though. Dawn had received nearly 1 million votes, beating out her opponent by approximately 9000 votes.
Will lightning strike twice? Why chance it? Please contribute to our cause of helping Wisconsinites through the State Treasurer's office.