at Open Flame, 5081 So. 108th St., Hales Corners
Emcee: Vicki McKenna from WISN radio
Special guests: Speaker Robin Vos and Attorney General Brad Schimel.
Checks can be mailed and payable to the
Republican Party of Milwaukee County
P.O. Box 14665, West Allis, WI 53214
Or pay online at
from 5:00 to 7:30 PM
95th Anniversary of the Ratification of 19th Amendment, Granting Women the Right to Vote.
Tuckaway Country Club, Franklin
Guest speakers: Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch and WFRW 1st Vice President Annette Guye-Kordus.
from 9:30am to 4:00pm
Anyone interested in running for a local, state or national office including school board, city council, county board member or for a state or federal office should participate in our campaign school. Rated as one of the best campaign schools in the country, you will find all the tools you need to successfully run a campaign, run for office or work on a campaign. A variety of presenters will participate including elected officials, Republican leaders and experts who understand the dynamics of a successful campaign.
DoubleTree by Hilton Madison
525 West Johnson Street
Madison, WI 53703
Get tickets and more details at
Bob Spindell, Chair,
& the Exec Comm of Republican Party of WI, 4th Cong District
Invites you to hear and meet:
US Congressman Glenn Grothman - State of the Nation
State Representative Jim Ott - State of Wisconsin
RPW Chair Brad Courtney - State of the Republican Party
AND TO: “Take to the Air”
ON SUNDAY, JULY 26, 2015 - 12N to 4 PM
With the 2015 Phenomenal Milwaukee Air Show Featuring:
**U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds **
plus 11 other aviation acts such as:
U. S. Army Golden Knights** Breitling Precision Jet Team**A-4 Skyhawk Tactical Jet Demo ** F-22 Raptor Demo ** F-18 Demo Team **
U.S. Coast Guard - HH-65C Rescue Helicopter & More
The 22nd Floor overlooking Lake Michigan - “Best Spot”
**On Balcony or A/C Inside - Free Beer, Wine, Soda & Lunch**
ENCOURAGE YOUR FRIENDS TO ATTEND FREE
BY JOINING THE MIL* OR THEIR* COUNTY REPUB PARTY for $15 - Incl FREE ADMISSION TO AIR SHOW
*applies new members ONLY, not 2014/15 or current members
OR $29.94 Advance / $35 at the door - guests & current members
Host $125 (incl. 2 Tickets & Recognition) College Repub $10
Reservations & Parking Info call 414-985-5353 / Cd4.firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions call Bob at 414-276-6331
USE YOUR CREDIT CARD: www.Republicanairshow2015.Eventbrite.com
Have you heard about McDonald’s’ new Obama Value Meal? Order anything you like and the guy behind you has to pay for it.
– Conan O’Brien
from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
WHERE: Polish Center of Wisconsin, 6941 So. 68th Street, Franklin, WI 53132 (between Rawson Ave. and Loomis Rd.)
$15.00 person in advance, $20.00 at the door
Light Supper * Cash Bar * Casual Attire
Advance registration checks must be received by August 4th
Make checks payable to the RPMC (Republican Party of Milwaukee County)
RSVP to SW Suburban Branch, 5348 Orchard Lane, Greendale, WI 53129
For information, call 414-425-6231
Confirmed guests: Senator Mary Lazich, Judge Rebecca Bradley, Rep. Ken Skowronski, Rep. Jessie Rodriguez, Rep. Joe Sanfelippo, Rep. David Craig.
We will be having our first Super Saturday at our Bayside office (500 W Brown Deer Rd STE 208, Bayside, WI 53217) on Saturday, July 25th. We are looking for volunteers to make phone calls or knock on doors throughout the day. Interested volunteers can call David Bredemus at 608-709-6292 to sign up for a shift, or you can click on the link below.
Address to the National Association of Evangelicals in Orlando, Florida that would come to represent Reagan’s view of the Soviet Union. Reagan defends America’s Judeo-Christian traditions against the Soviet Union’s totalitarian leadership and lack of religious faith, expressing his belief that these differences are at the heart of the fight between the two nations. (March 8th, 1983)
starting at 7:00 pm
RPMC Office 1488 S. 84th St.
We’ll “hear” from a speaker on the U.S. Constitution
Before Governor Scott Walker took office in January of 2011, Wisconsin was seeing high unemployment, stagnating incomes and a high tax burden. Fast-forward four years: The state enjoys strong growth in employment and improvements in living standards through higher after-tax incomes. Thanks to a fiscal policy of reducing tax and regulatory burdens while balancing the budget, Wisconsin now outperforms many of its neighbors.
Read more by Noah Williams at Forbes.com