MILWAUKEE -- One of the vice chairs of the Democratic National Committee answered questions Wednesday, August 1st in Milwaukee.
Ryback's goal of the meeting was to find out how small businesses in Wisconsin have benefited since the President Barack Obama took office.
"My job is to be the eyes and ears for the president, come here, hear the voices of small business and a hear that what the president is doing is creating jobs here in Wisconsin. We have to keep moving forward," Ryback said.
Also discussed was President Obama's plan to keep taxes down for the middle class.