Posts Tagged ‘Scott Walker’
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Please take a moment to check out this short video, and pass it on to your friends, family, coworkers and neighbors:
Join Governor Scott Walker, First Lady Tonette Walker; and Speaker Robin Vos
at a Cocktail Reception with the WI Fed of College Republicans
The Arndt’s Residence
2370 Woodmoor Ln
Brookfield, WI 53045
from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Sign up at EventBrite.com
Questions or to RSVP Contact Nathan Craft at (414) 454–9098 / email@example.com
starting at 5pm
North Hills Country Club
N73 W13430 Appleton Avenue
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Join Governor Scott Walker for a fundraiser for Attorney General Candidate Brad Schimel. Support Brad’s campaign to be our next Attorney General.
5:00pm: Host Reception/Photo Opportunity
6:00pm: Main Reception
$1,000 – Platinum Host
$500 – Gold Host
$250 – Silver Host
Guests - $100 per person
You may register for the event online here:
Even after changes made by Gov. Scott Walker, state employees in Wisconsin get richer benefits than the national average and pay a smaller share of the cost while taxpayers end up shelling more, a new national study has found.
The first of its kind analysis was carried out by two groups respected for nonpartisan research, the Pew Charitable Trusts and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. It focused only on health coverage and didn’t seek to compare the salary and overall compensation of public employees across states.
Read more by Jason Stein of the Journal Sentinel
As students, we see a lot of potential in our peers. We see future engineers, lawyers, professors, and businessmen growing exponentially on campus. When these bright students graduate, some will enter graduate school, others will accept positions with existing companies, but some graduates will want to start a new business. We can assure you that there is no better state than Wisconsin to do just that.
Under Governor Walker, we have seen nearly 20,000 new businesses, adding well over 100,000 jobs. He achieved those numbers by putting the taxpayers first, supporting families and job creators statewide. Now with this lowered tax burden, the employer confidence level is up to a staggering 95%, and graduates will be able to start their own businesses without having to worry about government stepping in the way of their dreams.
Read more by wisconsin.crnc.org
from Wauwatosa Republican Party Victory Center
We regret to inform everyone that Governor Walker will be unable to attend our Super Saturday event due to an unexpected funeral. First Lady Tonette Walker and their sons Matt and Alex will be in the office in place of the Governor at 9:30 am. We hope everyone can make it out to show the Governor’s family that their hometown has their support.
with Governor Scott Walker
Saturday, July 19 at 9:30am
Wauwatosa Republican Party Victory Center in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
Super Saturday shifts
10 AM to 1 PM
1 PM to 4 PM
4 PM to 7 PM
If you cannot volunteer for these hours just tell Darla what you are able to do.
Contact Darla Flemming at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stop in and give Darla a hand in re-electing Governor Walker and Lt. Gov. Kleefisch
Let’s continue to “Move Wisconsin Forward” under the great leadership of our Governor and Lt. Governor. Remember also that our Republican legislators could also use your help.
Thank you everyone who attended Governor Walker’s visit to the North Shore yesterday. The event was a great success and we really showed the campaign how much the North Shore supports Governor Walker! We made it on Fox 6 News last night, here’s the clip.
…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 email@example.com or (630) 377-5525
For years now the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewage District has been dumping millions of gallons of raw sewage into Lake Michigan.
We have spent over a billion on a “deep tunnel” that doesn’t work during a heavy rain.
Scott Walker says we should separate the sewers in Milwaukee, the cause of the problem. This can be done over the next 30 years, as they need replacing. So we can FINALLY stop dumping shit into the lake.
Walker has a plan. And Barrett has . . . ?
Contact: Sam Hagedorn, (414) 303-5140
This outreach by the Milwaukee North Branch is an extension of Gov. Walker’s stated desire to reach across the political isle. We will show Milwaukee residents that we do care and want them on our side in the fight to improve both Milwaukee and the State of Wisconsin.
An opportunity to join the Republican Party, campaign literature along with free candy will be available at our booth. But more importantly we will listen to concerns of Milwaukee’s north side residents.
Juneteenth is an annual observance on June 19 to remember when Union soldiers enforced the Emancipation Proclamation and freed all remaining slaves in Texas on June 19, 1865. The Milwaukee event includes a parade at 9:00 am along with festival booths on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive from Center Street to Burleigh Ave. Our booth will be open from 9am – 5pm.