By Tim Kowols
Much like the Eighth U.S. Congressional race in Wisconsin, social security has also been a major issue of discussion for the state’s two U.S. Senate candidates. U.S. Senator Ron Johnson, a Republican, says he wants to save social security by growing the economy, something his opponent’s votes on the Affordable Care Act did not do.
Democratic candidate Russ Feingold says Senator Johnson has not taken the steps necessary to make social security solvent.
Senator Johnson and Feingold will face other in the general election on November 8. You can search our site to read our previous stories with U.S. Senator Johnson and Feingold.