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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
Join fellow Republicans as we celebrate the birthday of our 40th President, Ronald Reagan.
Governor Scott Walker
Sen. Ron Johnson
Cong. Paul Ryan
Cong. Jim Sensenbrenner
Reince Priebus, Chairman of the RNC.
Our emcee for the evening will be Charles Sykes of WTMJ radio. Other special guests include local Republican office holders.
Listen to our new radio ad, playing on local stations!
Special Thanks of service to:
Rep. Mark Honadel and Rep. Jeff Stone
5:30 pm cocktails; 7:15 pm dinner.
American Serb Hall
5101 W. Oklahoma Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53219
January 2012. In the ad, Governor Walker takes his message directly to Wisconsin voters by laying out a number of the promises he made during his 2010 campaign, how those promises have been fulfilled, and the positive results the state has seen as a result of what the campaign is calling, “bold and necessary reforms.”
A new year will bring in a new agenda for Governor Scott Walker, who has plans to overhaul the state’s tax code. His major priority in 2014 will be laying the ground for work tax reform in 2015. Walker says eliminating the state sales tax could hold the key to job creation.
“I made a clear objective that every year I’m in office, I want to see the overall tax burden in the state — I want to cut taxes,” said Walker. “Every year I’m in office I want to continue to see the overall tax burden go down.”
Walker says he’s looking at everything from eliminating the state income tax to drastically reducing state property taxes.
Read more by Mike Lowe at Fox6now.com
In 2011, thousands of government employees and others, enraged by Gov. Scott Walker’s determination to break the ruinously expensive and paralyzing grip that government workers’ unions had on Wisconsin, took over the capitol building in Madison. With chanting, screaming and singing supplemented by bullhorns, bagpipes and drum circles, their cacophony shook the building that the squalor of their occupation made malodorous. They spat on Republican legislators and urinated on Walker’s office door. They shouted, “This is what democracy looks like!”
When they and Democratic legislators failed to prevent passage of Act 10, they tried to defeat — with a scurrilous smear campaign that backfired — an elected state Supreme Court justice. They hoped that changing the court’s composition would get Walker’s reforms overturned. When this failed, they tried to capture the state Senate by recalling six Republican senators. When this failed, they tried to recall Walker. On the night that failed — he won with a larger margin than he had received when elected 19 months earlier — he resisted the temptation to proclaim, “This is what democracy looks like!”
Read more by George Will at WashingtonPost.com
Cops are bursting into homes, seizing computers and other “evidence” while groups are being hit with subpoenas that require them to turn over voluminous and sensitive information - including the names of political donors.
The crime of being conservative is being prosecuted with vengeance.
In Wisconsin, special prosecutor Francis Schmitz is going after conservative groups that were involved in the fight over the recall of Governor Scott Walker and Walker’s union reforms. Subpoenas are requesting “all records of income received, including fundraising information and the identity of persons contributing to the corporation.” They are seeking lists of conservative donors.
These “John Doe” subpoenas are alarming as, under Wisconsin law, when someone receives one of these subpoenas, the only person they are allowed to discuss the subpoena with is their attorney. Not only does this inhibit First Amendment rights, it stops groups from being able to create a unified defense to allegations.
Read more by Judson Phillips at Communities.WashingtonTimes.com
Subpoenas hit allies of Scott Walker as his re-election campaign looms.
Americans learned in the IRS political targeting scandal that government enforcement power can be used to stifle political speech. Something similar may be unfolding in Wisconsin, where a special prosecutor is targeting conservative groups that participated in the battle over Governor Scott Walker’s union reforms.
In recent weeks, special prosecutor Francis Schmitz has hit dozens of conservative groups with subpoenas demanding documents related to the 2011 and 2012 campaigns to recall Governor Walker and state legislative leaders.
Copies of two subpoenas we’ve seen demand “all memoranda, email . . . correspondence, and communications” both internally and between the subpoena target and some 29 conservative groups, including Wisconsin and national nonprofits, political vendors and party committees. The groups include the League of American Voters, Wisconsin Family Action, Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, Americans for Prosperity—Wisconsin, American Crossroads, the Republican Governors Association, Friends of Scott Walker and the Republican Party of Wisconsin.
Read more at WSJ.com
Thanks to the Republican Party!
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