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Republicans are for Election Integrity

What are Democrats for?

Make a difference, Become a pollworker

Make a difference in Milwaukee County.

The Republican Party of Milwaukee County, by State statute, gets to nominate people who want to be pollworkers in their own municipalities in Milwaukee County.

Become a paid Republican Pollworker:

Be on the front line of fighting vote fraud at the polling place.
This is a paid position, you are an employee of your municipality.
You are trained by your municipal clerk.
Besides working on Election Day you also may be offered additional time  prior to the election.
We need you to respond by November 15, so that we can then appoint you to your municipality by November 30.

Being a Republican pollworker in your municipality is an excellent way to help prevent election fraud while getting paid for it at the same time. If you are interested in being a (paid) pollworker, please contact the Republican Party of Milwaukee County at 414-727-1220.

Volunteer to become an Election Observer:

Become the “eyes and ears” of the Republican Party.
We will arm you with the tools you will need to become an effective observer.
Your presence at the polls will let “would be violators” know that “we are watching”.
We want you to volunteer for the February primary or the April election so that you are an experienced observer for the all important fall elections.
Contact the Republican Party of Milwaukee County at 414-727-1220.

For more info, go to https://secure.yourpatriot.com/ou/rpmc/volunteersignup.aspx

Be a pollworker in Milwaukee County and help stop voter fraud!

The RPMC has to submit lists of Republican pollworkers to the municipalities by November 30 of this year for the next two year period. If you are on the list, you are assured of being a paid pollworker who will have the power to stop voter fraud from happening. This time, due to a change in the statute, any resident of Milwaukee County can be a pollworker in any municipality of Milwaukee County, so you do not have to be a resident of the City of Milwaukee to be a pollworker in the City of Milwaukee.

Please let us know if you want to be a pollworker so we can put you on the list. If you have been a pollworker in the past, you still need to let us know if you want to continue as you will still need to be on the list we submit. If you want to be on the list, contact pollworker coordinator Jim McFarland at 414-665-2720, email Jim at jamesmcfarland AT northwesternmutual.com , or leave a message with the Republican Party of Milwaukee County at 414-727-1220.

HONEST and ACCURATE Elections are a vital part of our republic

Honest and alert ELECTION WORKERS are a key to fair elections.
Can you serve as an election worker in 2016?

* Four elections in 2016, all on Tuesdays
* You work from 6:30 AM to 9:00 PM
* One-hour training class
* You have the satisfaction of a job well done!

The Republican Party of Milwaukee County can nominate you to be a Republican election worker in your community. This time, due to a change in the statute, any resident of Milwaukee County can be a pollworker in any municipality of Milwaukee County, so you do not have to be a resident of the City of Milwaukee to be a pollworker in the City of Milwaukee. If you are interested in doing this very important job, Call the RPMC at 414-727-1220 and leave a message, or contact pollworker coordinator James McFarland at 414-665-2720. Thank You.

Please submit your name no later than November 15, 2015 for consideration for the next elections.

On this day in 1956, Martin Luther King voted for Eisenhower/Nixon

On this day in 1956, Martin Luther King voted for the Republican presidential ticket, Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon.

Martin Luther King told Nixon of his vote during a public meeting in Ghana, where they were attending a presidential inauguration.

While campaigning for re-election, Vice President Richard Nixon declared: “Most of us will live to see the day when American boys and girls will sit, side by side, at any school - public or private - with no respect paid to the color of skin. Segregation, discrimination and prejudice have no place in America.”

The following year, Vice President Nixon helped defeat the Democrat filibuster against the GOP’s 1957 Civil Rights Act.

From GrandOldPartisan

WFRW Campaign School on Sat Aug 15

from 9:30am to 4:00pm

Anyone interested in running for a local, state or national office including school board, city council, county board member or for a state or federal office should participate in our campaign school. Rated as one of the best campaign schools in the country, you will find all the tools you need to successfully run a campaign, run for office or work on a campaign. A variety of presenters will participate including elected officials, Republican leaders and experts who understand the dynamics of a successful campaign.

DoubleTree by Hilton Madison
525 West Johnson Street
Madison, WI 53703

Get tickets and more details at
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/wfrw-campaign-school-registration-7323118645

Wisconsin Federation of Republican Women (WFRW)

ELECTION DAY - Tues April 7

Polls open at 7am, and close at 8pm

Wisconsin Government Accountability Board - Elections & Voting at
http://gab.wi.gov/elections-voting

Find My Polling Place at
http://gab.wi.gov/voters/find-polling-place

Report instances of vote fraud to:
Milwaukee: County Election Commission
901 North 9th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233-1425
(414) 278-4060

RPMC Events Calendar

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Vote for Judge James Daley for the State Supreme Court

Daley for Wisconsin State Supreme Court

Important Spring Election Information

Dear Friends,

On April 7th, 2015, Wisconsin voters will elect the next Supreme Court Justice for a ten year term, and vote on a GOP-backed constitutional amendment to determine how the Chief Justice is chosen. It is vital that our supporters vote YES on this amendment to secure a more efficient and effective State Supreme Court.  Please review the information below to learn more:

What is it?

Today, under existing rules, the longest-serving Justice on the Supreme Court holds the chief justice position.  Wisconsin is one of only five states in which the chief justice is based solely on seniority.  In the State Legislature, the Assembly and Senate both elect their own leaders.  The committee of 10 chief judges who lead the circuit courts in Wisconsin elect their own leader.

This constitutional amendment would allow a majority of the justices serving on the court to elect their chief justice to a two-year term.  This common-sense amendment inserts democracy into the process – and will result in a more efficient and effective Supreme Court.

What will the ballot question look like?

Ballot Question: Shall section 4(2) of article VII of the constitution be amended to direct that a chief justice of the Supreme Court shall be elected for a two-year term by a majority of the justices then serving on the court?

A “Yes” vote will allow a majority of Justices to elect their chief justice to a two-year term.

How can I help?

Pass this information along to your social circles to ensure our supporters are aware of the upcoming spring election and become educated on what will appear on the ballot.

With your help, we can secure a more efficient and effective State Supreme Court, and join the vast majority of states that allow a majority of justices to elect their chief justice.

On Wisconsin,
Brad Courtney
Chairman
Republican Party of Wisconsin

Digital Strategies Fuel 2016 Campaign Launch Decisions

Rand Paul sends Snapchats, Jeb Bush makes his own Instagram videos, and Hillary Clinton comments on current events and policy through Twitter. Soon, they may all be broadcasting major speeches and private events through Meerkat—if they haven’t already. In the social-media-driven world of modern politics, “digital first” is the mantra of presidential campaigns.

As if to underscore that point, Ted Cruz announced the official launch of his campaign for the Oval Office through a simple tweet just after midnight Monday morning. “I’m running for President and I hope to earn your support,” said the tweet, which included a link to a 30-second video. The conservative firebrand is the first potential candidate to enter the 2016 race, and will kick off his campaign at Liberty University on Monday, the fifth anniversary of the signing of the Affordable Care Act.

Digital strategies—once novelties in 2004, add-ons in 2008 and must-haves by 2012—are now the engine rooms of presidential campaigns. The considerations about digital, touching every aspect of presidential bids, even influence how and when the campaigns for the White House will launch, experts told RCP in interviews.

Read more by By Alexis Simendinger & Caitlin Huey-Burns at RealClearPolitics.com

Obama calls for mandatory voting in U.S.

President Obama, whose party was trounced in last year’s midterm election due to poor turnout among Democrats, endorsed the idea of mandatory voting Wednesday.

“It would be transformative if everybody voted,” Mr. Obama said during a town-hall event in Cleveland. “That would counteract [campaign] money more than anything. If everybody voted, then it would completely change the political map in this country.”

Mr. Obama raised the subject during a discussion of curbing the influence of campaign donations in U.S. elections. The president said he had never discussed the idea publicly before, but said Australia and some other countries have compulsory voting.

Read morey Dave Boyer at WashingtonTimes.com

Ted Kennedy Secretly Asked The Soviets To Intervene In The 1984 Elections

Earlier this week, 47 Republican senators published an open letter informing the leaders of Iran that any nuclear deal with the United States that failed to be approved by the Senate would likely expire in 2017, once President Barack Obama’s term ended. You can read the full letter here.

The letter enraged progressives, who immediately began accusing the senators of treason for having the audacity to publish basic constitutional facts about how treaties work.

–SNIP– If these progressives want to know what actual treason looks like, they should consult liberal lion Ted Kennedy, who not only allegedly sent secret messages to the Soviets in the midst of the cold war, he also begged them to intervene in a U.S. presidential election in order to unseat President Ronald Reagan. That’s no exaggeration.

According to Soviet documents unearthed in the early 1990′s, Kennedy literally asked the Soviets, avowed enemies of the U.S., to intervene on behalf of the Democratic party in the 1984 elections. Kennedy’s communist communique was so secret that it was not discovered until 1991, eight years after Kennedy had initiated his Soviet gambit:

Read more by Sean Davis at TheFederalist.com

PRIMARY ELECTION DAY - Tues Feb 17

Polls open at 7am, and close at 8pm

Wisconsin Government Accountability Board - Elections & Voting at
http://gab.wi.gov/elections-voting

Find My Polling Place at
http://gab.wi.gov/voters/find-polling-place

Report instances of vote fraud to:
Milwaukee: County Election Commission
901 North 9th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233-1425
(414) 278-4060

RPMC Events Calendar

Visit our Politicians page

Watchdog Alleges U.S. State Dept. Interfering in Israeli Elections

NGO Monitor accuses State of funding an anti-Netanyahu campaign.

An Israeli watchdog organization, NGO Monitor, which seeks to track foreign funding of radical non-governmental organizations (NGOs) operating in Israel with a Leftist agenda, has taken aim at the U.S. State Department. They are charging the State Department with funding a campaign with the purpose of defeating current Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in the upcoming March elections.

An American-based organization called OneVoice International, which claims to be an “international grassroots movement that amplifies the voice of mainstream Israelis and Palestinians,” has received two grants from the State Department over the last year. The group is cooperating with Israeli Leftist organization V15 in its anti-Netanyahu campaign.

Read more by Avner Zarmi at PJmedia.com

So You’ve Decided To Run For Local Elective Office. Now What?

(Note: This is the first in a series of posts on how to get started on running for local elective office.)

After a lot of thought and plenty of discussions with your spouse, you’re finally taking the plunge and running for elective office. Whether you’re running for Town Council or Congress, it’s a great feeling to finally be able to tell others about this big life decision.

But now what? How do you actually run a campaign?

One approach is to …

Read more by Bijoy Datta at thewinequation.wordpress.com

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