Republican Senate Candidate Mark Neumann is on record with some of the cuts he'd advocate if elected.
He's calling for 82 government programs to hit the chopping block.
They include: eliminating ethanol subsidies saving $60,000,000,000, a three-year freeze on pay, bonuses for federal employees and eliminating limousines owned by the Federal Government, saving $10,000,000.
Neumann delivered his ideas to Senator Herb Kohl and Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin's offices Wednesday. They are Democrats.
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