Wisconsin Democrats are gathering in Green Bay this weekend for their annual convention.
DPW Chairman Joe Wineke says convention-goers will reflect on their many accomplishments in the past year, such as winning Wisconsin for President Obama and taking control of the Legislature. Wineke says it's now the job of Democrats to govern and shows they can be fiscally responsible.
Delegates will also focus on what's coming up in 2010, with Governor Jim Doyle and U.S. Senator Russ Feingold up for re-election. Wineke says they're also looking to maintain control of the Assembly and Senate.
This will be Wineke's last convention as chair of the state Democratic Party. He says the party is being left in good hands though, as delegates are expected to name activist Mike Tate as the new chairman.