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Join us to renew your RPMC membership at our ice cream social. Come and meet local legislators, county party leaders and other conservatives. Campbell Awards for 2015 will be handed out. You can renew your membership at this event. Your RSVP is appreciated. To RSVP signup on this link and bring your membership payment on the 10th. Please RSVP by July 8th at 6:00 pm.
If your membership is paid through June 30, 2018 there will be no charge for attending.
Anyone attending who is not a member will be charged $15.00 per person.
Sign up at
Or call 414-551-4288, Leave message that you will be attending.
from 6-8pm at Franklin Public Library, 9151 W. Loomis Rd, corner of Drexel and Loomis
Speaker: Susan Hitchler
Susan will speak concerning her experience at the hands of a Waukesha County DA when she accidentally left her gun in a bathroom of a local church and how she was treated by the legal system. Her presentation will present how prosecutors can and should be held accountable for misconduct in office. She will speak about ending the suffering and damage to innocent victims of rogue and abusive prosecutors.
See the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (6/6-2016) p. 3A for following article. “Attorney back at job after raid” for a somewhat similar case.
The discussion also applies to the 2 John Doe investigations conducted by DA John Chisholm.
The Republican Women of Greater Milwaukee will be hosting a fun evening of celebration, on Thursday, July 21, 2016, 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. This is the night that the Republican Presidential Nominee will give his acceptance speech.
Republican Women of Greater Milwaukee Invites You To Join Us
Watch Donald Trump
(The Presumptive Republican Presidential Candidate)
Deliver His Nomination Acceptance Speech
Elections are won by votes and getting together with other Republicans. Come watch the Presidential Nominee give his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Also,
let’s watch for the Wisconsin Delegation on TV.
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m
Location: Carl’s Catering & Banquet Hall
5100 W. Loomis Road, Greendale, WI
Cost: $10 per person
Watch It on the Big Screen, 50/50 Raffle, Silent Auction
Cold Plate Dinner served & beverages
Seating is limited, RSVP Requested
Phone: 414-553-8551 or Email: email@example.com
with Special Guest Charlie Sykes!
from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm at Jim Dandy’s Pub 8900 S 27th St, Oak Creek, Wisconsin 53154.
Please RSVP ASAP to firstname.lastname@example.org. The suggested contribution to attend is $39 per person or $60 for couples. You may donate online at www.jessieforassembly.com
This outreach by the Milwaukee North Branch is an extension of Gov. Walker’s stated desire to reach across the political isle. We will show Milwaukee residents that we do care and want them on our side in the fight to improve both Milwaukee and the State of Wisconsin.
An opportunity to join the Republican Party, our power washer giveaway, campaign literature along with free candy will be available at our booth. But more importantly we will listen to concerns of Milwaukee’s north side residents.
Juneteenth is an annual observance on June 19 to remember when Union soldiers enforced the Emancipation Proclamation and freed all remaining slaves in Texas on June 19, 1865. Our booth is located at the old Ponderosa / Stella’s Restaurant about a block north of Center Street on MLK Drive. Our booth will be open from 10am – 3pm.
Milwaukee has one of the largest Juneteenth festivals in the nation. The event is organized by Northcott Neighborhood House.
Even though (Republican) President Lincoln freed the slaves in the Emancipation Proclamation of Jan. 1, 1863, the good news didn’t reach the folks in Galveston, Texas until June 19, 1865 when Major General Gordon Granger and his troops arrived there, announcing the end of the Civil War.
Since then, June 19 has been known as “Juneteenth Day” and is the oldest celebration of the end of slavery in the United States. The Civil Rights era saw a resurgence of observation of the day, and it’s been a staple of Milwaukee festivals since the 1970s, when an employee of the Northcott Neighborhood House was inspired by the celebrations held in southern states.
Thirty years later, everyone agrees that the best Juneteenth party can be found right here in Milwaukee. This years’ celebration will feature kids’ games, exhibits, soul food, music, a parade and more.
Executive Committee meeting, 6:00 p.m.
Milwaukee South Membership meeting, 7:00 p.m.
Location: Benny’s Cafe
5354 S. 27 th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53221
(Back hall, can order off menu). Next to Stein’s.
Speaker: We are excited to have State Representative David Craig as our speaker. Representative Craig is running for the State Senate.
We will discuss upcoming events that the branch will be working on. We will also have a report from Dan Sebring, Milwaukee County Supervisor to update us as to what is happening on the Milwaukee County Board. Look forward to seeing you. Please bring a friend with you.
Darlene Wink, Chairman
Milwaukee South Branch, Republican Party of Milwaukee County
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Meyer’s Restaurant 4260 S 76th Street, Greenfield, WI 53220
Speaker: Deb Jordahl, winner of the 2015 Right Wisconsin Iron Lady Award. Deb was a target of the John Doe investigation in Wisconsin that targeted conservatives. Join us as we learn about her outspoken fight against the abusive investigations that violated her- and her family’s - rights.
Please RSVP for brunch before June 6, 2016. Day of registrants will be charged $15 if eating breakfast, or $3 to cover the cost of the facility, coffee, and water service. Your $15 ticket includes a breakfast brunch. If you will not be eating breakfast, the ticket price is $3 to cover the cost of the facility, coffee, and water service.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Darlene Wink, President of RWGM, directly. PHONE: 414-483-4885 or Email: email@example.com
Read more at Republican Women of Greater Milwaukee
from 9 am - 8 pm
500 W Brown Deer Rd STE 104
Bayside, WI 53217
Sign up for a shift on Saturday, or find out more about the event on Facebook. You can also reach out to David Bredemus at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 608-709-6292 to schedule a shift or ask any questions you might have!
Senator Johnson is officially on the ballot, which means this is now a crucial time to step up and help our Republican candidates get a head start this summer! Join us at our phone bank or out on doors in your neighborhood to help turn Wisconsin Red to the Roots! Bring a friend or two as well!
Our office will be open from 9am to 9pm, and we’ll need people to cover shifts throughout the day. Sign up for a shift using this link, or reach out to David Bredemus at email@example.com. Refreshments will be provided.
We will start at 7pm at our regular meeting place, Kam’s Thistle & Shamrock on 84th & Lisbon.
After talking with Orland Owens we have decided to have a joint meeting with the Milwaukee North Branch and the Black Conservative Coalition. Many are already members of both groups, but we wanted the maximum amount of discussion on the Juneteenth outreach.
The meeting should be interesting as we will get an update on the happenings at the Republican Convention which was held last weekend.
I’ve invited State Rep. Jessie Rodriguez who serves the 21st Assembly district to attend this meeting. She has a tough re-election coming up and is in the cross hairs of area unions. Since we don’t have any North side legislators, we may want to adopt her campaign.
Juneteenth will be our major focus of the meeting.
To renew my library card:
1. I had to show my driver’s license.
2. I had to sign on an electronic signature capture device.
3. I had to have my PICTURE taken.
All this for a library card. But they didn’t ask for my birth certificate.
And there are people criticizing Arizona for enforcing federal laws and national borders??
We know you’ll also enjoy the social time with like-minded women from the area, and we have a great speaker: Susan Hitchler. (See below for more information about Susan!) Mark your calendar for Saturday, May 21, 2016 at 11:30 a.m. at the Chancery, 7615 W State Street, Wauwatosa. Although an RSVP is not necessary, it is appreciated to rwgminfo AT gmail.com .
Susan Hitchler will share her chilling story of overly aggressive prosecutors with a political agenda – and what really happens with “plea bargaining”. Susan forgot her firearm in the bathroom of her Church. Three witnesses confirm the gun was there less than five minutes, no children were present, and two adults picked it up. Nevertheless, this lifelong, law-abiding, great-grandmother was dragged through the Criminal Justice System on two separate criminal charges. Susan’s presentation includes examples of prosecutorial misconduct and what’s really involved with “plea bargaining.”
Susan Hitchler is a veteran keynote speaker and training consultant, ran her own professional speaking and corporate consulting company for 20 years, and is certified in Neuro-Linguistic Programming. She also worked for the State of Wisconsin for 10 years placing special needs children for adoption. Join us to hear how Susan “refused to cede [neither] her constitutional right to self-defense for the rest of her life, nor her private property…when she had committed no crime,” as Nik Clark, president of Wisconsin Carry, Inc.) so aptly puts it.