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at the RPMC Office 1488 S. 84th St. Starting at 7:00 pm.
As part of our commitment to build our Party and steadily prepare for the next election in 2016, the Republican Party of Wisconsin is now 6 offices strong across the state. Find your local office and get involved today to help spread our message.
Be a part of expanding our base and growing the Party. Contact your local field director today!
Milwaukee Regional Field Office
Field Director: David Bredemus
Address: 500 W Brown Deer Rd STE 208, Bayside, WI 53217
Contact: dbredemus AT wisgop.info
Waukesha Regional Field Office
Field Director: Nick Colletti
Address: 1701 Pearl Street, Waukesha, WI 53186
Contact: ncolletti AT wisgop.info
See the complete list at http://www.wisgop.org/volunteer/
Come visit your local Republican Party of Milwaukee County office
Mail: P.O. Box 14665
Office: 1488 So. 84th St. (Just south of Greenfield Avenue)
West Allis, WI 53214
RPW STATE CONVENTION: May 15-17, 2015, LaCrosse, WI
*First District Caucus: Sat. March 21, Registration at 8:30, Caucus at 9:00. at Copper Falls Restaurant, 102 Allen St., Clinton, WI
*Fourth District Caucus: Sat. March 28, Registration & Buffet Breakfast begins at 9:30am. Caucus starts around 10 - 10:30am. Milwaukee Athletic Club, 758 N Broadway, Milwaukee, WI.
*Fifth District Caucus: Sun. March 22. Hilton Gardens Hotel at Park Place. The location is right off Hwy 41/45 at Good Hope Road. We will have the brunch followed the our caucus business.
*Sixth District Caucus: Sat. March 28 at Kestrel Ridge Golf Club in Columbus, WI.
The official caucus of the Republican Party of Milwaukee County (RPMC) will be on Sat. February 21, 2015.
Special guests are Vicki McKenna of WISN Radio and 6th CD Rep. Glenn Grothman.
Registration at 8:00am. Breakfast will be served at 8:30am. The caucus will begin at 9:00am.
Location: Radisson Milwaukee North Shore, 7065 North Port Washington Road, Milwaukee, WI 53217
THIS IS A MEMBER EVENT ONLY. Membership renewals must by made no later than Thursday February 12, 2015 to be eligible to vote. New members must join no later than Friday January 23, 2015 to be eligible to vote and attend the meeting.
Caucus agenda includes election of Executive Board officers and members-at-large for 2015 to 2017; adoption of rules, credentials, resolutions; constitution changes tabled from last year; vote on delegates/alternates; and any other business to come before the caucus.
REGISTER ONLINE FOR COUNTY CAUCUS
If you want to be on the RPMC Exec Board, contact Jay Hintze.
SIX BRANCHES OF THE RPMC:
There is no admission charge for branch caucuses (caucii?), but you must be a current member of the Republican Party of Milwaukee County to participate in your local caucus.
If you want to be on the board of a local branch of the RPMC, contact the current branch chair, and attend your local branch caucus.
1. Milwaukee North: Sam Hagedorn, chair
Tues. January 20, 2015, 7pm at Mama’s on 78th & Burleigh.
2. Milwaukee South: Michael Murphy, chair
Mon. January 19, 2015, 6:30pm, at Joe’s K Ranch, 4840 S. Whitnall Ave., Cudahy, WI 53110
3. Northshore: Avi Zarmi, chair
Wed. January 21, 2015, at the Glendale Radisson Hotel. The Lincoln Dinner starts at 6:00; the caucus will be at the end, probably 7:30 or so.
4. Southwest Suburban: Roseann Dieck, chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wed. January 28, 2015, 6:00pm, at Franklin Public Library, 9151 West Loomis Road, Franklin, WI
5. Wauwatosa: Becky Geary, chair
Wed. January 21, 2015, 6:30pm, at the Wauwatosa Fire Department on Underwood.
6. West Allis/West Milwaukee: Ron Rieboldt, chair
Thur. January 29, 2015, 7pm at the RPMC HQ.
The sad truth in the USA, as we explained in great detail here, incentives to ‘work’ are increasingly non-existent. Thanks to a never-ending stream of benefits from the great and powerful Oz, as CNBC’s Rick Santelli notes, Disability payments (of which there are 14 million people covered in the US - none of which count towards the unemployment rate) pay around $13,000 per year (versus $15,000 for minimum wage work). However, Santelli exclaims, the people on disability get healthcare; and this program costs the US $300 billion per year. Is it any wonder that only 1% of those who were on disability in Q1 2011 have left? Santelli comments, “I’m not saying there aren’t people that are on disability that shouldn’t be, but much of it is illnesses like back pain… it’s a judgment call,” adding that, “without incentives, large issues go …totally unfixed.”
Always ask The Magic Question: What gets rewarded?
By joining the Republican Party of Milwaukee County you will have the opportunity to learn about upcoming events and meet your elected officials and candidates for office. You will also be able to meet and work with like-minded people that could lead to a lifetime friendship.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice, Michael Gableman
TOPIC: Voting. History. Justice.
We’re honored to hear from Justice Gableman again! This is NOT a fundraiser.
RSVP by Tues., Mar. 17 for our luncheon program–earlier makes our job easier. Payable to SRWC ($18 members & their first-time guests; non-members after the 1st visit $22). Membership through 2015 is $20.
Suburban Republican Women’s Club (SRWC)
Join us this Saturday at 12 noon to celebrate our grand opening!
North Shore Republican Office
500 W. Brown Deer Rd., Suite 208
Bayside, WI 53217
Contact David Bredemus
The Republican Party of Wisconsin is proud to announce the Grand Opening of the new Milwaukee Field Office! This office will serve as a hub for our grassroots operation which will focus on growing our party and continuing to build relationships in the surrounding communities.
We invite you to join us in celebrating our historic victories and to begin our work to organize for future success. Upcoming elections will bring even greater challenges – and we must stand together to continue moving Wisconsin forward.
Nominations and election will be held for the position on Secretary of the Republican Women of Greater Milwaukee at the next membership meeting on:
Saturday, March 14, 2015
1657 S. 108th St. West Allis WI
at the RPMC Office 1488 S. 84th St. At 7:00 pm.
Discussion of the recent County Caucus
Up-Coming District Caucuses
Guest Speaker: Sandy Hammel
Topic: Common Core
Yours for Republican Victories,
Kevin M. Soczka, Chair
Food stamps, welfare, Medicaid and other tax and transfer systems can sometimes penalize people for earning that extra dollar of income
Economists and many policymakers generally agree that our tax and transfer systems should promote opportunity, work, saving, and education rather than consumption. The problem is these programs often penalize people for earning that extra dollar of income. Rather than promoting work and savings, these implicit taxes punish such otherwise positive behavior.
These penalties occur in TANF (formerly welfare), SNAP (formerly Food Stamps), Medicaid, the new health exchange subsidy, Pell grants, student loans, and unemployment compensation. The tax code also is loaded with disincentives to work, save, and study.
Read more by Gene Steuerle at csmonitor.com
Polls open at 7am, and close at 8pm
Wisconsin Government Accountability Board - Elections & Voting at
Find My Polling Place at
Report instances of vote fraud to:
Milwaukee: County Election Commission
901 North 9th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233-1425
Join fellow Republicans as we gather to celebrate the birthday of Ronald Reagan our 40th president.
Confirmed: Congressman Sean Duffy, Congressman Glenn Grothman, Attorney General Brad Schimel.
Invitees include Gov. Scott Walker, Treasurer Matt Adamczyk, RNC Chair Reince Priebus and local legislators.
Cocktails at 5:30pm with dinner at 7:15 pm. The emcee for the evening will be Charlie Sykes of WTMJ Radio.
Location: Serb Hall, 5101 W. Oklahoma Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53219