Posts Tagged ‘Jeff Stone’
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.
Just days before the Nov. 6 election, several candidates running for state Senate and Assembly seats will share their views at a candidates forum from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Greenfield Community Center, 7215 W. Cold Spring Road, Greenfield.
Candidates invited to the forum are:
- Democrat Jim Ward and Republican state Sen. Mary Lazich, running in the 28th Senate District;
- Democrat Kathleen Vincent and Republican state Rep. Jeff Stone, running in the 82nd Assembly District;
- Democrat Jim Brownlow and Republican state Rep. David Craig, running in the 83rd Assembly District;
- Democrat Jesse Roelke and Republican state Rep. Mike Kuglitsch, running in the 84th Assembly District.
Read more by David Cotey at Greenfield Patch
Gus’s Mexican Cantina,
6520 S. 108th St.,
With special guest Rep. Robin Vos
For RSVP or questions please contact Dan Morse: 608/770-2819 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All contributions gratefully accepted.
Personal and conduit contributions are welcome.
PAC donations are not accepted.
Today, State Representative Jeff Stone (R-Greendale) sent letters to both the Government Accountability Board (GAB) and the City of Milwaukee Election Commission regarding the extended hours that were kept during the recent June 5th recall election. Madison and Milwaukee went to unusual lengths to accommodate early in-person absentee voting, such as keeping extended evening hours, including staying open on the weekends and the Memorial Day holiday for the June recall election.
“I have asked that the GAB inform me of any other municipalities that kept expanded hours to the extent that Milwaukee and Madison did,” said Stone. “Early absentee in-person voting is an option voters have with regard to casting their ballot, but I don’t know of any municipalities, other than Milwaukee or Madison, that expanded their normal business hours to this extent,” Stone said. “On a typical Election Day in Wisconsin, the polls are uniformly open from 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. regardless of locality. How is it equitable for voters in one community to have greater access to cast in-person absentee ballots than voters in another?”
Read more by Jeff Stone at The Wheeler Report
A Media Trackers open records request revealed that Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett’s wife, Kris Barrett, who taught at Dover Elementary used her Milwaukee Public School email account to twice lobby Democratic lawmakers and a third time to recruit fellow teachers to campaign against County Executive candidate Jeff Stone. The use of a taxpayer funded email account for such political purposes is a gross misuse of resources and forbidden by the Milwaukee Public Schools Employee Code of Ethics as well as the MPS Staff Acceptable Use Policy.
Read more by Collin Roth in this EXCLUSIVE from Media Trackers