Posts Tagged ‘Scott Walker’
starting after the polls close at 8:00 p.m.
Wisconsin State Fair Expo Center
640 S. 84th Street, West Allis, WI 53214
Enter at Gate 4
Before the party: Get out and vote, and bring a friend!
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said this morning that it’s taking a “sophisticated operation” in Wisconsin to try to push Gov. Scott Walker to re-election.
The latest Real Clear Politics polling average has the race a dead heat, with Walker just 0.2 points ahead of Democratic candidate Mary Burke.
“I think he’s doing well,” Priebus told MSNBC, adding that he thinks Walker will win. “And it’s really a matter of the ground game there.”
“I really think that Scott’s doing great. Here’s the issue with Wisconsin. I think you understand. There’s about 4 percent that are undecided total,” he continued. “It’s like polling that you’ve never seen anywhere in the country. And the other issue is you have both parties in Wisconsin that are about the two best parties in the country as far as turnout.”
“And, you know, that’s why you’re seeing Scott Walker right now on about a 30-city bus tour firing up the base and getting people out to vote.”
Read more by by Bridget Johnson at PJmedia.com
Did you know that Ronald Reagan started off as a Democrat? Reagan realized that allegiance to true progress is actually found in conservatism.
A Time for Choosing,” Reagan’s 1964 election-time speech defining conservative principles, was one of his finest political speeches. In it, Reagan laid out his central creed: the belief in freedom and the unique challenge of being an American. He delivered that speech 50 year ago, but the question he posed to his listeners is as simple now as it was then: Shall we accept the opportunity to climb up, or shall we succumb to those unreliable promises that would chain us down?
Read more by Cty. Supervisor Deanna Alexander at RightWisconsin.com
A document dump attempts to create an impression of scandal around Scott Walker, though none exists.
In order to understand the latest turn of events in embattled Wisconsin, it is necessary to review recent history.
Before running for the governorship in 2010, Scott Walker served two terms as Milwaukee County executive. Milwaukee County is a Democratic Party stronghold, one of the three most resolutely Democratic of the state’s 72 counties (the other two: Dane, the seat of state capital Madison and main campus of the University of Wisconsin; and Menomonee, populated almost entirely by Menomonee Indians). In 2009, one of Walker’s staffers reported some apparent financial irregularities to him concerning a veterans’ charity which he ran, and Walker asked the county district attorney to look into them.
Read more by Avner Zarmi at PJmedia.com
To fellow Republicans, Independents, and Undecided voters,
I would like to announce that Governor Walker will kick off his bus tour Saturday October 25th at 8:00 am. at the Republican Party of Milwaukee County office located at 1488 South 84th Street (84th and Greenfield, by State Fair).
Milwaukee County is a pathway to victory for all citizens in the State of Wisconsin by re-electing Governor Walker and Lt. Governor Kleefisch. Republicans in Milwaukee County have given so much of their time, talents and treasures over the years to elect individuals to office that reflect the best interests of all citizens.
The bus tour begins at 8:00 am. at the Republican Party of Milwaukee County office, an office that is open year round. We look forward to you continuing to show your support by coming out to the office on Saturday and giving Governor Walker and the First Lady a great send off on their Moving Wisconsin Forward bus tour. Please consider bringing your friends, neighbors, relatives and undecided voters to hear the Governor address his strategy to continue to move Wisconsin forward the next 4 years. Thank you for everything you do to make the State of Wisconsin a great place to live!
Onward to Victory!
Chairman of the Republican Party of Milwaukee County
Now is the time for Governor Walker to reach out to School Choice families.
There are thousands of families in the Milwaukee and Racine Parental Choice Programs. Across the state other families await School Choice for their scholars. All of these families are concerned about the education of their children and the very thought that these children could be sent back into the chaotic mess of public schools scares them to death. So why isn’t Gov. Walker making the effort to communicate that message loud and clear that Mary Burke would send their children straight back into public schools or limit their access to the schools that have made a terrific impact in their scholars learning?
These families are silent supporters because of the retaliation of supporting School Choice and worse yet a Republican. However, they will vote for Choice and those supporting Choice as well as the expansion of the program. This is why it is so very important Governor Walker use Black Media to reach out to these families to let them know the threat to their children’s access to quality education is very real.
Read more by Deborah Tyler Haywood at RightWisconsin.com
Join us to watch the first Gubernatorial Debate on Friday!
311 W. Silver Spring Drive, Glendale.
6:30 Conference Call with Lt Gov Kleefisch
Pizza and beverages will be provided!!
RSVP to David Bredemus at 608-320-9714 or email@example.com
In-person absentee voting for the General Election begins in only 20 days, which means that poll observers are needed! These individuals will play a crucial role in preventing voter fraud in Milwaukee County. We want to ensure that the new voter ID rules are being enforced. Governor Walker is counting on us to preserve the integrity of the election and he needs your help now.
Election observers will be stationed at the Milwaukee City Hall which is located at 200 East Wells Street. Shift times are: 7-10am, 12-2pm, and 4-8pm. The dates are: Monday, October 20-Friday, October 24 and Monday, October 27-Friday, October 31.
There will be an online webinar on Thursday, October 16th at 12pm that will serve as a training session.
If interested, please let me know which shift and date you would like to observe. Contact me with any questions. This election is too close to leave to chance!
Greenfield Field Director
Republican Party of Wisconsin
Boycott an elderly woman’s pizza restaurant for her Walker yard sign? Check.
I reside in a suburb in Milwaukee County which is a well-known bastion of the far Left, populated by a high proportion of professors and state university staff as well as other government workers. Those who have not yet drunk the Kool-Aid, as it were, affectionately refer to it as the “People’s Republic” or “Moscow by the Lake.”
In 2011, I decided to run for the village board. Heretofore, we had lived in this bucolic (worker’s) paradise for 18 years without any problems, even though my politics, judging from the campaign signs which regularly sprouted from my lawn, was hardly a secret. But with that campaign, the fun started.
Read more by Avner Zarmi at PJmedia.com
You are invited to join Scott Walker as he stops by our Waukesha office this Saturday at 12:30pm! Come join the Governor as he thanks supporters and highlights how close this election is going to be.
Waukesha Field Office
1701 Pearl St. Waukesha WI 53186
Please rsvp to Chris Jenkyns at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-628-6108
Take a look at our comprehensive plan for the next four years called “Continuing Wisconsin’s Comeback.” This plan is built to provide greater prosperity for all. Over the next four years, we want to help people keep more of their paychecks, we want to help people learn more to earn more through increased investments in worker training and by freezing tuition, and we want to move people from government dependence to true independence.
If re-elected, I will:
- Cut property taxes so the levy on a typical home in 2018 is lower than it was in 2010.
- Reduce income taxes so they are lower in 2018 than they are today.
- Provide tax relief for manufacturing and agriculture.
- Fight Obamacare, which is raising health insurance premiums for many in Wisconsin.
- Expand worker training investments.
- Freeze technical college tuition and continue the UW System tuition freeze.
- Establish accountability measures for all schools receiving public funding.
- Establish high standards for students at the local and state level as an alternative to measures set by people outside of Wisconsin.
- Put common sense limits on the time able-bodied, working age childless adults can be on public assistance.
- Require drug testing for those requesting unemployment and able-bodied, working age adults requesting food stamps from the state.
- Require working-age childless adults receiving food stamps or unemployment benefits participate in employment training or part-time work.
Wisconsin is on a comeback and the future is bright and getting brighter every day. We are better off than we were four years ago and if we continue on this path we will be better off four years from now. Let’s not bring back the days of double-digit tax increases, multi-billion dollar budget deficits, and massive job loss.
As of now, he’s in a statistical dead heat.
At the end of August, the Marquette University Law School poll — which has developed an enviable reputation for predicting the behavior of voters in the Badger State — released results which again show the gubernatorial race in Wisconsin in an absolute statistical dead heat. Democrat candidate Mary Burke is about a percentage point ahead with “likely” voters, and Scott Walker is slightly ahead (by about the same margin) with “registered” voters. Dr. Charles Franklin, director of the poll, points out the remarkable lack of movement: upwards of 45% support Burke, and upwards of 45% support Walker, and it has been so for months.
Read more by Avner Zarmi at pjmedia.com
starting at 11:00 am
Please join us for a Women for Walker Luncheon with First Lady Tonette Walker and special guest Governor Scott Walker.
Where: Wisconsin Country Club
6200 West Good Hope Rd.
Milwaukee, WI 53223
For more information or to RSVP contact Colleen Coyle at 262-239-5601 or email@example.com.
Third grade reading scores are up, graduation rates are up four years in a row, and Wisconsin now has the 2nd best ACT scores in the country.
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