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With the Primary Election behind us, we need all hands on deck for our final 78 day push until the Nov. 4th election. We need volunteers to do the following:
* Knock doors to identify voters
* Make phone calls to recruit additional volunteers
* Become a Community Captain
* Make and deliver yard signs
* Write Letters to the Editor
* Become Election Day Observers for Nov. 4th
Our next big push is our August Super Saturday event on August 23rd. Shifts are available between 9:00 am to 8:00 pm, whenever you have time in your schedule. Now is the time to get involved to help get Governor Walker re-elected. If you are willing to help in any way, please contact me, Darla Flemming, at 608-332-9054 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks and I look forward to speaking with you on ways you would like to get involved!
Join us for a day of phone banking and knocking on doors. We will be canvassing neighborhoods and telling everyone about what a great job Governor Walker is doing in the state of Wisconsin.
We have FOUR Victory Offices in Milwaukee County: Glendale, Greenfield, Wauwatosa and West Allis!
RPMC Office: 1488 So. 84th St. (Just south of Greenfield Avenue), West Allis, WI 53214
Be a part of expanding our base and growing the Party. Contact your local field director today!
As part of our commitment to build our Party and steadily prepare for the crucial mid-term elections in 2014, the Republican Party of Wisconsin is now 16 offices strong across the state. Find your local office and get involved today to help spread our message.
Glendale Field Office
311 West Silver Spring Drive
Glendale, WI 53217
Contact: Will Thompson - email@example.com
Greenfield Field Office
4811 S 76th St., Suite 120
Greenfield, WI 53220
Contact: Darla Flemming - firstname.lastname@example.org
Wauwatosa Field Office
2825 Mayfair Rd., Suite 107
Wauwatosa, WI 53222
Contact: James Fenley - email@example.com
See the complete list at http://www.wisgop.org/field-office/
Republican Party of Milwaukee County
Mail: P.O. Box 14665
Office: 1488 So. 84th St. (Just south of Greenfield Avenue)
West Allis, WI 53214
RPW Announces African American Outreach EffortsYou know all the cliches.
‘Republicans are racist.’ ‘Republicans don’t care about African Americans.’ ‘Republicans likes Scott Walker owe their success to segregation and dog whistle racism.’
And then there are the cliches that seem to have a ring of truth.
‘Republicans can’t win African American votes.’ ‘Republican don’t even court African American voters.’ ‘African Americans will never vote for Republicans.’
Democrats, the media, and even a host of Republicans might believe these things to be true - but don’t bother Orlando Owens with this nonsense. He’s too busy building a movement.
Read more by Collin Roth at RightWisconsin.com
Grand Old Partisan commemorates the first convention of the Wisconsin Republican Party. It occurred just a week after the GOP’s state kickoff Under the Oaks in Michigan. Anti-slavery newspaper editors who called for this meeting had selected the anniversary of the Northwest Ordinance of 1787, which banned slavery from the region.
Most residents of Wisconsin opposed the Kansas-Nebraska Act, enacted by Democrats and their allies. This vile law extended slavery into the western territories. Friends of freedom knew they had to unite politically if the Democratic Party were to be stopped from destroying the country.
On the morning of July 13, 1854, nearly four thousand people gathered in the park by the capitol building in Madison. . . .
Read more by Michael Zak at GrandOldPartisan.typepad.com
160 years ago today!
As part of our effort to re-elect Scott Walker in November, we must do everything we can to protect the integrity of our elections. That’s why we’re asking for your help.
The Republican Party of Wisconsin is hosting training sessions across the state to recruit and train Election Observers to monitor the voting process at polling locations across the state. At this important training session, we will provide you with the tools, knowledge, and resources needed to take action in your area.
Your help is needed, and I’m asking you to sign-up today!
Join Us For A Training Session Near You:
Saturday July 12, 1:00 PM
Glendale Field Office
311 West Silver Spring Drive Glendale, WI 53217
Tuesday, July 15, 6:00 PM
Waukesha Field Office
1701 Pearl Street, Unit 5 Waukesha, WI 53186
Elections have consequences. As concerned citizens, we must work to protect the integrity of this core process of democracy. Join us for this important training session and be part of Wisconsin’s future.
…to make One Millionth Voter Call. Please join us for this memorable occasion as Governor Walker makes the one millionth voter call of the current election cycle!!
Governor Walker needs our support so let’s give him a warm North Shore welcome!! Major media will be there to cover the event and we want to have a full house!
Don’t miss this great opportunity to show Governor Walker we stand with him and are working hard to ensure his reelection in November!!
Tuesday, July 8, at 3pm
311 W. Silver Spring Drive, Glendale
Food & Drinks will be provided
RSVP to Will Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (630) 377-5525
Over the last three years, we’ve experienced a lot as Republicans in Wisconsin. We fought hard to keep Governor Scott Walker and our Republican leaders in office – and to protect the reforms that saved our state.
We’ve accomplished so much – but we believe the best is yet to come. With your help, our grassroots movement will pave the way to victory in November. We’ve laid the groundwork, and now is time to take action. Join us at the 2014 State Convention in Milwaukee from May 2-4, 2014, and let’s keep moving Wisconsin forward.
Register for the convention online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2014-republican-party-of-wisconsin-state-convention-tickets-8497864341
RPW STATE CONVENTION from Fri. May 2 to Sun. May 4 in Milwaukee
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 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.
The Republican Party of Wisconsin is hard at work; however, it needs your assistance. Election Day will be here sooner than we think, and a strong state party is the bedrock of a significant victory in November.
The Party must open 7 additional field offices immediately, and they need your help to meet their April 1st deadline. These offices are central to our Party’s efforts and enable them to register new voters, identify supporters and drive turnout on Election Day. Their hard work at these field offices in key parts of our great State will lead Governor Walker and other Republican candidates to victories in November. We need to be strong and organized in order to win. That’s why I’m asking you to help them today.
You can help Governor Walker and other Republican candidates by contributing to the Party so that it can meet its fundraising goal and quickly open these field offices. Click here to make a difference.
Thank you for continuing to believe in our Party during this critical time. With your assistance, we can move our Party forward to victory in November.
Tommy G. Thompson
RPW STATE CONVENTION from Fri. May 2 to Sun. May 4 in Milwaukee
– First District - Sat. March 15, 9am - CHANGED LOCATION - Boxcar Pub & Grill, 108 Allen St. Clinton, WI 53525. Information: kimtrvs AT gmail.com
– Fourth District - Sat. March 29, 8:30 - 9:15 - breakfast, Caucus program starts at 9:15, Finish around 11:30 am. - Milwaukee Athletic Club. Free valet parking.
– Fifth District - Sun. March 9 - 11:45am Social, 12:30pm Brunch, 1:00pm Caucus Convenes - Country Springs Hotel, 2810 Golf Road, Waukesha - Brunch Cost $25/person - No cost or reservations necessary for caucus only but let your chairman know to arrange for seating. Information: cd5.chairman AT wisgop.info
– Sixth District - Sat. March 22, 9am - Whispering Springs Golf Course, Whispering Springs Drive, Fond du Lac. For more information, contact Jeff at ( 608 ) 514-1776.
The caucus of the Republican Party of Milwaukee County will be held on Sat February 22, 2014.
Registration at 8:30am. Breakfast will be served at 9:00am and the caucus will begin at 9:30am.
Location: Klemmer’s Banquet Center, 10401 W Oklahoma Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53227
Signup at https://secure.yourpatriot.com/ou/rpmc/169/1347/eventsignup.aspx
$10 - Caucus only; $15 - Breakfast and Caucus
Klemmer’s takes very limited walk ins for meals. Early sign-up is already done.
There is no admission charge for branch caucuses (caucii?), but you must be a current member of the Republican Party of Milwaukee County to participate in your local caucus. New members must be paid no later than Friday, January 24th and past due members no later than Thursday, February 13th.
PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE RPMC CONSTITUTION (PDF) To be voted on at the County Caucus.
SIX BRANCHES OF THE RPMC Already completed
1. Milwaukee North Branch: Sam Hagedorn, chair
Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at 7pm
Papa’s Pub at 7718 W Burleigh St.
2. Milwaukee South Branch: Michael Murphy, chair
Monday, January 27, 2014, at 6:30pm
Joe’s K Ranch, 4840 S. Whitnall Ave. Cudahy, WI
Speakers: Assembly Representatives Jesse Rodriguez, Joe Sanfelippo, and Dave Craig, along with Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander
3. Northshore: Avner Zarmi, chair
Northshore Lincoln Day Brunch and Caucus
Sunday, February 2, 2014, Brunch begins at 11:30 am and caucus will start at 1 pm.
Milwaukee River Hilton, 4700 N. Port Washington Rd., Glendale
Confirmed guests include: Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, RPW Chair Brad Courtney, Representatives Jim Ott and Dan Knodl. We will also see a video presentation by Senator Ron Johnson.
4. Southwest Suburban: Roseann Dieck, chair, swsrepublicans AT hotmail.com
Monday, February 4, 2014, at 6:30pm
Franklin Public Library
5. Wauwatosa: Bill Berdan, chair
Wednesday, January 22, 2014, at 7pm
Wauwatosa Fire Station #1, 1601 Underwood Ave.
6. West Allis/West Milwaukee: Ron Rieboldt, chair
Thursday January 23, 2014, at 7:00pm
RPMC HQ 1488 S. 84th St. West Allis
Keynote Speaker: Steve Hayes, senior writer from the Weekly Standard and contributor to Bret Baier segment on Fox News.
Or you may mail your check payable to WFRW to
W7833 Island Church Road, Waterloo, WI 53594
Checks must be received on or before April 30, 2014.