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Cruz Campaign Bus Tour - Thu March 31

The Cruz campaign bus is driving across Wisconsin with Heidi Cruz & Carly Fiorina on board.

10:30 AM - Green Bay (Eventbrite)
The Creamery Green Bay
2200 Dickinson Rd, Unit 5
De Pere, WI 54115

12:45 PM - Appleton (Eventbrite)
Stuc’s Pizza
110 N Douglas St
Appleton, WI 54914

4:30 PM - Wausau (Eventbrite)
Ted Cruz for President Wausau Office
3315 Terrace Ct
Wausau, WI 54401

Click on the Eventbrite links to register for free for each event.

Wisconsin Presidential Campaign Offices

Cruz for President
Waukesha Cruz HQ
1701-3 Pearl St.
Waukesha, WI 53186
Contact: Christian Andzel, candzel@tedcruz.org

Madison Cruz HQ
5609 Medical Circle
Madison, WI 53719
Contact: MeganPhelps, mphelps@tedcruz.org

Racine Cruz HQ
3207 Washington Ave.
Racine, WI 53405
Contact: Josiah Springer, jspringer@tedcruz.org

Elkhorn Cruz HQ
39 N. Wisconsin
Elkhorn, WI 53121

Sheboygan Cruz HQ
1076 Fond du Lac Ave.
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
Contact: Chad Dees, cdees@tedcruz.org

Fond du Lac Cruz HQ
17 Forest Ave. Suite 114
Fond du Lac, WI 53085
Contact: Hudson Talley, htalley@tedcruz.org

Oshkosh Cruz HQ
738 N. Main St.
Oshkosh, WI 54901

Green Bay Cruz HQ
2670 Ashland Ave. Suite 201
Green Bay, WI 54304
Contact: Zach Carrier, zcarrier@tedcruz.org

Appleton Cruz HQ
2508 N. Richmond St.
Appleton, WI 54911
Contact: Robbie Granoski, rgranoski@tedcruz.org

Wausau Cruz HQ
3315 Terrace Ct.
Wausau, WI 54401
Contact: Pablo Cuento, pcuento@tedcruz.org

Eau Claire Cruz HQ
3405 Truax Ct.
Eau Claire, WI 54703
Contact: Jerry Dunleavy, jdunleavy@tedcruz.org

Hudson Cruz HQ
1920 Crestview Dr.
Hudson, WI 54016
Contact: Jerry Dunleavy, jdunleavy@tedcruz.org

La Crosse Cruz HQ
1303 Main St.
La Crosse, WI 54601

Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.
N89 W16785 Appleton Avenue, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
414-369-4010
Sunday 12pm-6pm, M-S – 9am-9pm

5471 Waterford Lane, Unit A, Appleton, WI 54913
920-253-2200
Sunday 12pm-6pm, M-S – 9am-9pm

Volunteers are needed by the campaigns

Janesville Town Hall with Donald Trump on Tue March 29

Donald Trump is holding a Town Hall TOMORROW, Tuesday, March 29, 2016 in Janesville, beginning at 3:00 PM (doors open at 1:00 PM)
at the Holiday Inn Express and Janesville Conference Center (3100 Wellington Place, Janesville, WI 5354).
Register for this event at: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/donald-j-trump-town-hall-in-janesville-wi-tickets-24056932934

Donald Trump will also be hosting another Town Hall in Appleton on Wednesday March 30 at 2pm
Tickets for this event can be secured here: https://www.donaldjtrump.com/schedule/register/appleton-wi

The best way to teach your kids about taxes

is by eating 30% of their ice cream.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Election Gets Nasty. And Weird.

In this very unusual election year, it is understandable that all eyes are turned to the spring primary elections and caucuses preparatory to the party conventions in July and the general election in November. But other offices are being decided this spring, too — offices of crucial importance on the municipal, county, and state level.

And some of those elections are shaping up to be just as nasty as the national elections promise to be.

Read more by Avner Zarmi at PJmedia.com

Needed: Experienced Election Observers For April 5th Election

If you have served as a Republican election observer in the past and would be available for assignment on Tuesday, April 5, please sign up at the link below:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1DJwuDa77hO5HRztEP-sVAWYMFpyTjoYCrzolRxLx8IU/viewform

As an Election Observer, you will be trained in basic election law and the voting process generally. The duties of an Election Observer include observing the voting process and helping to maintain the integrity of Wisconsin’s elections. The Republican Party of Wisconsin will provide the training at the Madison and Waukesha Victory Centers on Friday April 1st. Following your training you will be assigned to various polling locations around the Madison and Milwaukee areas.

Wisconsin’s Spring Election will be a significant one and Republican Election Observers help to ensure that the voting process is fair and honest. We cannot do this without your experienced help.

If you have any questions, please contact Charles Nichols or Phil Curry at (608) 257-4765.

Happy Birthday Republican Party!

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The first public meeting where the name “Republican” was suggested for a new anti-slavery party was held on March 20, 1854 in a schoolhouse in Ripon, Wisconsin.

Another Democrat, Another Stand in the Schoolhouse Door


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From Eric Allie at Cagle

Super Saturday for Justice Bradley on Sat March 19

We will be looking for people to come into the Bayside office to make phone calls, or to be out knocking on doors in your own neighborhood. At our office, we’ll have a couple of TVs on and food and drinks for those who want to watch the NCAA tournament while making some calls as well.

After this week, it is crucial that we get the word out as to why people need to vote for Justice Bradley. Even if you can only stop by for 20 minutes or only knock on a few doors, every voter we can contact will make a difference. Let me know if you are able to help out on Saturday, or if you absolutely cannot on Saturday, if there is another day you can come in this week or next week.

Thanks,
David Bredemus
608-709-6292

RPW Milwaukee Field Office
500 W Brown Deer Rd
Bayside, WI 53217

Search For Names On The Walker Recall Petitions

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Gov. Walker Signs Zero-Based Budgeting Into Law

Gov. Scott Walker has signed Senate Bill 407 into law, making it 2015 Wisconsin Act 201. Starting with next year’s budget, each agency will have to submit one budget request which assumes a 5 percent reduction in their budget, and one request which assumes the budget stays at its current level.

Rep. Rob Hutton (R-Brookfield) and Sen. Chris Kapenga (R-Delafield), co-authors of the bill, thanked the governor and reiterated their argument that the legislation will improve the process of budget-making by allowing agencies to address their own spending.

Read more at MacIver News Service

Upcoming Elections

Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary, Tue. April 5, 2016

Fall Partisan Primary, Tue. August 9, 2016
General Election, Tue. November 8, 2016

Elections page from the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board

Campaign Finance Contribution Limits and Finance Reporting Deadlines, from the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board

Republican Party of Milwaukee County (RPMC) Events Calendar

Birthday Celebration Reception for Rep. Joe Sanfelippo on Fri Feb 26

6:00pm – 8:00pm
Klemmer’s Banquet Hall
10401 W Oklahoma Ave, West Allis, WI 53227

Host Levels
Red $500
White $250
Blue $100

$30 per person/$50 per couple

RSVP requested but not required
Please make check payable to “Sanfelippo for Assembly”
Mail to: 20770 W. Coffee Rd., New Berlin, WI 53146

To RSVP & for more information
please contact Joe at 262-373-9240 or joe@joesanfelippo.com

Register online at https://causes.anedot.com/sanfelippo-2016-birthday

Reception for Rep. Dave Craig for Assembly on Fri March 4

from 6:00-7:30 PM
Featuring Special Guest Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner

Bruno’s Restaurant (River City Lanes)
730 Cornerstone Crossing
Waterford, WI 53185

Food will be served including fish alternative/Cash bar
Suggested Contribution $50 individual/$80 couple
All Contributions Gratefully Accepted
No Corporate Contributions Please
RSVP to 262-424-4499 or info@davecraig.org

Paul Ryan’s Speech: Ideas Worth Listening To?

While everyone’s attention has understandably been riveted on the drama unfolding in the caucus and primary races to select the next presidential candidate and leader of the Republican Party, it is worthwhile to spare a thought for the current party leadership. What effort is being made to lay the groundwork for the Republican agenda, which will, it is hoped, be pursued moving forward from January 2017?

When one party holds the presidency and another has control of the House of Representatives, the leader of the opposition party is traditionally the speaker of the House. In this case, that is Wisconsin’s Paul Ryan.

Ryan has recently been taking a lot of heat from the conservative commentariat, particularly the broadcast variety on AM radio, for his alleged betrayal of conservative causes.

Read more by Avner Zarmi at PJmedia.com

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