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at 6:30 pm at the Franklin Public Library.
All Republican candidates for the 82nd Assembly District are invited to this SW Suburban branch meeting.
from 6 - 8pm
Milwaukee Field Office
311 West Silver Spring Drive
Glendale, WI 53217
Contact: Phil Curry
Addresses for RPW Field Offices are available at
Thanks to the Republican Party!
Wisconsin’s Carrying Concealed Weapon Law Questions And Answers (from Wisconsin Dept. of Justice)
Chad Gigowski is a convict, pleading guilty last month to felony voter fraud for voting twice in the 2012 presidential election. He was sentenced to six months in jail, though granted work release privilege with 2 1/2 years probation to follow.
That much is clear through court records and media accounts of the 28-year-old Milwaukee man’s sentencing Thursday in Milwaukee County Court.
We also know Gigowski claimed he was high on booze and drugs when he cast his ballots, and that he was not part of any organized election fraud effort, according to a story in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Read more by M.D. Kittle at Wisconsin Reporter
How do you solve a problem if you refuse to admit you have one — or if you delude yourself into thinking it’s not as bad as it actually is? The answer: You don’t.
You might minimize symptoms and make some progress. But unless you address the root cause, you will not find a real long-term solution.
Unfortunately, far too many politicians in Washington refuse to acknowledge — and as a result, never accurately describe — the challenges currently facing America. I’m not sure why so many choose to keep their heads in the sand, but their state of denial is proving to be a significant impediment to developing solutions.
Read more by Sen. Ron Johnson at Investor’s Business Daily
Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Speech at Republican Party Of Milwaukee County Fall Gala on October 11, 2013.
Venue: Italian Community Center in Milwaukee.
He was introduced by WISN Radio Talk Show Host Vicki McKenna.
Robin Vos - Wisconsin Assembly Speaker- Addressing the Republican Party of Milwaukee County Fal Gala October 11, 2013.
Venue: Italian Community Center Milwaukee.
Introduced by Emcee Vicki McKenna, WISN Radio Talk Host.
from 6pm - 9pm at Mo’s Irish Pub, to benefit the chapters of the Milwaukee region, including:
Alverno College Republicans
MSOE College Republicans
College Republicans at UWM
Marquette University College Republicans
CUW College Republicans
Carroll University College Republicans
WLC College Republicans
Invited guests include:
Sen. Farrow, Sen. Lazich, Sen. Darling, Sen. Vukmir, Rep. Kramer, Rep. Craig, Rep. Knodl, Rep. J. Ott, Rep. Sanfelippo, Rep. Neylon, Rep. Kooyenga
Attendance is $25 Dollars per person and $40 per couple.
If you have any questions please contact Val Maxim at WICRExecutivedirector AT gmail.com with any questions.
People may find the event through Facebook at: http://tinyurl.com/pepf8je
Tickets can be bought at: https://www.eventbrite.com/event/8646625289
at 6:30 pm
Franklin Public Library
9151 W. Loomis Rd.
corner of Drexel and W. Loomis Rd.
Jim Fendry of the WI Pro-Gun movement will speak to us also on the threats to our gun rights that are going on continually. Many of us don’t realize what is going on to threaten many of the rights granted to us in the U.S. Constitution. Gun rights is just one of them.
Guests include the Republican candidates for the 21st Assembly Seat vacated by Mark Honadel. This will be a good time for you to ask questions of these candidates and hear what their interests and backgrounds are. The primary election is on Tuesday, Oct. 22nd. (A part of Southwest Suburban is in the 21st District)
Feel free to contact neighbors, family, concerned citizens and anyone you know who may be interested in these issues. Everyone is welcome.
Watch for further information on a forum to have the candidates for the 82nd Assembly Seat vacated by Rep. Jeff Stone. The primary will be on November 19th and the election on December 17th.
A Milwaukee man pleaded guilty Monday to illegally voting five times last year in West Milwaukee, when in fact he did not have residency there.
Leonard K. Brown, 56, still faces a charge of voting twice in the November presidential election and making a false statement to an election official on election day. Those cases have been rescheduled for trial in January. His sentencing on the five convictions resulting from Monday’s pleas will be scheduled sometime after that trial.
Brown was among 10 people charged in March with a variety of charges related to voter fraud. He is charged with voting twice in the Nov. 6 election — in person in Milwaukee on that date and by absentee ballot in West Milwaukee four days earlier.
Read more at JSonline.com
. . . the term “capitolism” might best describe our current economic system!
From a comment on Free Republic
(Sept. 26, 2013) Rep. Samantha Kerkman (R-Randall) has proposed a bill that will help prevent infant deaths from unsafe sleep conditions and create a penalty for those who cosleep with an infant while intoxicated.
The proposed bill would make several changes to state law. First, the bill would make it a felony to harm or kill an infant by cosleeping while intoxicated. Also, the bill requires that new parents receive educational materials about safe sleep practices and the dangers of intoxicated cosleeping before they are discharged from the hospital with their new baby. Finally, high schools would be required to provide instruction about cosleeping while intoxicated to students in one of grades 10 or 12.
According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, ten children died in 2012 from unsafe sleep conditions and ten have died so far in 2013.
Read more at http://legis.wisconsin.gov/assembly/kerkman/pressreleases/Pages/Kerkman%20Debuts%20Intoxicated%20Cosleeping%20Legislation.aspx
For Further Information, contact:
Rep. Kerkman (608) 266-2530