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State Rep. Rob Hutton formally announces his re-election campaign for Wisconsin State Assembly in the 13th District.
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Honored Guest: Senator Leah Vukmir
O’Donoghue’s Irish Pub
13225 Watertown Plank Rd.
Elm Grove, WI 53122
Refreshments will be served. Remarks at 7pm.
All campaign contributions gratefully accepted.
Will you attend? See the Evite
The state Public Service Commission recently ruled that the City of Milwaukee may not pass on the cost of relocating utilities for a streetcar project to ratepayers. The decision has revived allegations that Republicans have something against Milwaukee, which is not true.
When I moved to Milwaukee 13 years ago, I immediately fell in love with this great city. The Milwaukee area is where I want to raise a family, build a business, give back and retire. The policies that my colleagues and I have fought for reflect our genuine efforts to move Milwaukee forward.
Read more by State Rep. Dale Kooyenga at JSonline.com
from 6 - 8pm, at Franklin Public Library at 9151 W. Loomis Road in Franklin.
presented by Dr. Duke Pesta
Free admission, limited seating.
Dr. Pesta is an English professor at UW-Oshkosh and Academic Director at FreedomProject Education. He gives a powerful fact filled presentation that is not to be missed. This is a free event, but we will be having a free will offering.
Have you heard about Common Core? The chilling truth behind these new national educational “standards” will terrify you. Common Core represents the latest and most comprehensive step in the drive toward complete government control of our children’s education. Join us for a special presentation exposing the truth about Common Core and the ongoing struggle to roll back its implementation. Our speaker will provide examples of how Common Core threatens to further undermine, weaken, and centralize public and private education in our country.
featuring Senate Majority Leader Fitzgerald
from 5:30PM – 7:30PM
at Alioto’s Restaurant - 3041 N Mayfair Road, Wauwatosa, WI 53222
Host Opportunities still available. Questions or to RSVP e-mail email@example.com or call (608) 469-2122
If you are able to join us in the parade on May 26, you may contact Jan Deters, Volunteer Coordinator at jan AT ryanforcongress.com or 608-774-0317. The parade begins at 9:00 AM.
“Putting Wisconsin to Work”
with Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch
Join Conservative Young Professionals of Waukesha County and Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch for the latest on the Walker Administration’s efforts to boost the economy and create jobs for young workers.
Drinks and networking at 6pm
Lt. Gov. Kleefisch at 7pm
at Thunder Bay Grill
N14 W24145 Tower Pl
More information at CYPwaukesha.com
Please join us for a Women for Walker
Wine Tasting With
First Lady Tonette Walker
Governor Scott Walker
at Wine Maniacs
106 Seeboth Street
Milwaukee, WI 53204
5:30 - 6:30 pm Host Reception
6:30 - 7:30 pm Main Reception
Platinum Host: $1,000, Includes Host Reception, Main Reception and Photo Op
Gold Host: $500, Includes Host Reception, Main Reception and Photo Op
Silver Host: $250, Includes Host Reception and Main Reception
Bronze Host: $150, Includes Host Reception and Main Reception
General Attendance: $50/per person
For more information or to RSVP contact
Colleen Coyle (608) 239—5601 or Colleen@ScottWalker.com
State Convention is a time to show the strength of our Party – and the momentum we have going into November. The Party is unified and focused on re-electing Scott Walker, Rebecca Kleefisch, and our Republican majorities.
RPW is now 16 offices strong – as we’ve said all along, we believe it is our grassroots movement that will be critical to victory. This year, we have unprecedented programs in place that are registering new voters, identifying supporters, and building the systems needed to win that will ultimately turn out support on Election Day for Republicans.
Convention is a vital time for discussion between legislators, activists and volunteers – and truly will set the course for victory in November.
During the last three years, Republicans have experienced a lot in Wisconsin. We fought hard to keep Governor Walker, Lieutenant Governor Kleefisch, and our Republican leaders in office, and to protect the reforms that saved our state.
We made the tough, but prudent, decisions necessary to balance the budget and create a government that works for the taxpayers, not against them.
The great news is that the voters of Wisconsin reaffirmed the direction they wanted to take the state in 2012, we have now been able to invest in our priorities – lower taxes, more jobs, a balanced budget, and a greater opportunity for all of Wisconsin.
Now, jobs are coming back, we have a budget surplus, the tax burden is down, and most importantly our economy is growing. Wisconsin is back on, and we’re moving forward.
Republican accomplishments include:
* With Governor Scott Walker, Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, and a Republican majority in both the State Senate and State Assembly, we are truly able to invest in the state’s priorities and set a direction for the state to move forward
* Eliminating a $3.6 billion budget deficit without tax increases, and a budget surplus that has allowed investment in the state’s priorities
* Over $3 billion in savings, and reforms that are working for the taxpayer, not for bigger government
* Over $2 billion in tax relief, through property tax and income tax cuts, and a tax withholdings plan that is saving the typical Wisconsin family $520 this year alone
* A lower tax burden for middle-class families and job creators, and employer confidence now sits at 95%, up over 80 points since Walker and Republicans have taken in office
* Over 100,000 new jobs and over 17,000 new startups
* Unemployment is now at 5.9%, lower than the national average and the lowest in the state in 5 years
* A hold on property taxes three years in a row; after a 27% increase in the previous 10 years, Wisconsin’s property taxes are lower in 2014 than they were in 2010
* Four years ago, the debate in Madison revolved around the size of tax hikes, but now we’re discussing tax cuts and government reform
We’ve accomplished so much – but we believe the best is yet to come. We’ve laid the groundwork, and now is the time for us to take action. It is our grassroots movement that will pave the way to victory in November.
At 7:00pm at the RPMC HQ on 1488 S. 84th St.
St. Rep. Joe Sanfelippo will be stopping by at the beginning of the meeting to address the membership.
RPW State Convention is in 2 weeks. Never been to a state convention? Stop in and find out what a convention is all about. What’s great this year is that it is right here in Milwaukee.
at the Wauwatosa Victory Center at 2825 N. Mayfair Road. Suite 107
The event begins at 9:30am for some instruction and then we will be going out and doing targeted door knocks for about an hour to an hour and a half. Then we will return to the office for debriefing and snacks.
It is going to very simple for everyone, even if you have never done this before. We are sending out people in teams, pairing the new people with veterans. There are a few short questions to ask to identify potential Walker supporters.
Please let us know you are coming so we can put teams together. Call James Finley, Field Office Director, at 608-333-5589 or Bill Berdan at 414-507-9443.
“I see lobbying,” Tony Podesta has said, “as getting information in the hands of people who are making decisions so they can make more informed decisions.” Last week the information Tony Podesta was giving was the divorce complaint he had filed in D.C. Court against his wife Heather. The hands receiving that information belonged to a gossip columnist for the Washington Post, who made the “informed decision” to report on it. Later in the day Heather, who is also a lobbyist, informed the Post the text of her counter-suit. It published a follow-up.
–SNIP– As government expands, extending its reach to every aspect of business, every sector of the economy, private citizens and corporations require sherpas to lead them through the mountains of regulations and tax provisions, to discover exemptions and special favors and other forms of relief or favoritism to improve the bottom line. And who better to act as sherpas than the relatives of the Democrats who impose the regulations and tax provisions in the first place, who better than the lively proprietors of a family business operating in the luxurious and morally uncomplicated world of the caste of limousine liberals who dominate politics, culture, news, and finance.
Corporations give to Democratic politicians, avoiding the scrutiny of liberal attack dogs in the media and nonprofit sectors, and enjoying the ego boost that comes with being on the “right side of history.” Then those corporations hire the Podestas to get them out of the Rube Goldberg traps the Democrats have enacted into law. John’s innovation was to establish a corporate-funded think tank where the burdensome policies would be concocted, and whose staff would go on to man the regulatory agencies that put their wool-headed ideas into practice. And to whom do the corporations turn when they find themselves on the receiving end of all this uplift, all this do-goodery, all this progress, hope, and change? Why, to the man in the red Prada loafers, and to his flamboyantly patterned wife.
Read more by Matthew Continetti at FreeBeacon.com
Come and help Joe kick off his campaign with State Senator Leah Vukmir!
Havana Lounge and Cigar
9505 West Greenfield Avenue
West Allis, WI 53214
Suggested Contribution: $25
All Contributions Gratefully Accepted
Pizza will be served
RSVP by April 8, 2014
Sanfelippo for Assembly
12024 W. Euclid Ave
West Allis, WI 53227
Online at http://joesanfelippo.com/events/2014-campaign-kick-off/