Congressman Mark Pocan says his party needs to get back to telling voters how they’d help put more money into workers’ pockets. The Madison area Democrat says the economic message was missing from last year’s presidential campaign — and Pocan says Democrats failed to stress what people are talking about at their “kitchen tables.” Pocan and three other House Democrats met Thursday with experts from U-W Madison on labor and wage issues the lawmakers want to address in a package of bills on Capitol Hill. Pocan says one of the problems is that up to 70-million U-S workers are now “independent contractors” who get little or no fringe benefits. He called it a “changing structure” that’s resulting in a “great separation” in the workforce.