Posts Tagged ‘Scott Walker’
See pictures from the most successful Republican Party of Milwaukee County event held on April 1, 2016. At the event we had international and national media in attendance. The Wisconsin Decides 2016 event had 750 people in attendance to hear 4 Governors and 1 Senator.
Here is the link to the gallery for the April 1st event at Serb Hall.
Gov. Scott Walker has signed Senate Bill 407 into law, making it 2015 Wisconsin Act 201. Starting with next year’s budget, each agency will have to submit one budget request which assumes a 5 percent reduction in their budget, and one request which assumes the budget stays at its current level.
Rep. Rob Hutton (R-Brookfield) and Sen. Chris Kapenga (R-Delafield), co-authors of the bill, thanked the governor and reiterated their argument that the legislation will improve the process of budget-making by allowing agencies to address their own spending.
Thanks to the Republican Party!
Wisconsin’s Carrying Concealed Weapon Law Questions And Answers (from Wisconsin Dept. of Justice)
Thank you Congressman Ribble for making a contribution to the Republican Party of Milwaukee County. We truly appreciate your support!
Chairman of the Republican Party of Milwaukee County
Governor Scott Walker
U.S. Senator Ron Johnson
Congressman James Sensenbrenner
Congressman Reid Ribble
Emcee for the evening will be Vicki McKenna, WISN Radio
Make checks payable to RPMC, and mail to
P.O. Box 14665, West Allis, WI 53214
$27.50 Full time student
$27.50 Senior (Individual 62 and above)
$40.00 RPMC Member (Individual)
$50.00 Non-member (Individual)
$55.00 Senior Couple (62 and above)
$75.00 Individual with picture
$80.00 RPMC Member (Couple)
$100.00 Non-member couple
$150.00 Couple with picture
$350.00 Table of 8 with group photo and preferred seating.
For further information call 414-727-1220
Download the 2015-wine-beer-cheese-event PDF flyer.
Fall Fest is the 1st District GOP’s only fundraiser throughout the year. Fall Fest was started in 2000 by then 1st District Chairman, Reince Priebus, who is the current Republican National Committee Chairman. Reince enjoys Fall Fest so much, that even though he is very busy on the national level, he makes every effort to attend the event every year.
WHEN: Saturday, September 26, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
WHERE: Brightonwoods Orchard, 1072 288th Avenue, Burlington, WI
Master of Ceremonies Dan O’Donnell from AM1130 Milwaukee
Confirmed Guests Include:
Congressman Paul Ryan
Atty. Gen. Brad Schimel
RNC Chair Reince Priebus
Governor Scott Walker
Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch
Senator Ron Johnson
Sheriff David Clark are all special invited guests.
MORE DETAILS at Fall Fest 2015
Thanks to the great volunteers who donated their time to make the RPMC booth a great success. Special thanks goes to Rep. Jessie Rodriguez who spent Monday afternoon greeting the many visitors at our booth. Our volunteers had a great time. We are all looking forward to next year’s booth as we work to elect a Republican president, Vice president and Republican legislators nationally and in the great state of Wisconsin.
I like this guy.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker really drives liberals crazy. He’s obviously far from alone in that category, of course. Just about any high-profile person who frequently and boldly speaks the truth drives liberals crazy.
But Gov. Walker drives them crazy without really saying all that much. He drives them crazy with action – specifically by applying solutions that liberals insist cannot and should not be applied.
Read more by Herman Cain at CainTV.com
Mike Johnson, Owner of Sugarfire Smokehouse, is in to talk about the backlash his restaurant is getting for letting Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker eat at his restaurant.
Before Governor Scott Walker took office in January of 2011, Wisconsin was seeing high unemployment, stagnating incomes and a high tax burden. Fast-forward four years: The state enjoys strong growth in employment and improvements in living standards through higher after-tax incomes. Thanks to a fiscal policy of reducing tax and regulatory burdens while balancing the budget, Wisconsin now outperforms many of its neighbors.
Read more by Noah Williams at Forbes.com
On the ground, the emotion coming from supporters is impressive.
You know by now that Scott Walker has officially thrown his hat in the ring. We were there, as several thousand people, young and old and many in wheelchairs, waited over two hours on a sultry afternoon in the Waukesha County Exposition Center. We came to listen to the forty-fifth governor of Wisconsin bid to become the forty-fifth president of the United States; the Republican Party of Wisconsin received over five thousand RSVPs for the event.
Read more at Avner Zarmi at PJmedia.com
We Cordially Invite You To Join an Exciting Celebration
Governor Scott Walker
Monday, July 13, 2015
The Milwaukee Marriott West
W231 N1600 Corporate Court
7:00pm – Silver, Gold & Platinum
Host Reception & Photo Opportunity
8:00pm - General Reception
Co-Chairs (Raise $27,000)
Platinum Hosts ($5,400)
Gold Hosts ($2,700) ~ Silver Hosts ($1,000)
Bronze Hosts ($500)
*All levels are on a per couple basis
General Attendees $250 per couple
For questions or to RSVP, please contact Laura Gralton at Laura@Graltonconsulting.com or 414-881-1005
or Madison Wiberg at Madison@Graltonconsulting.com or 262-613-0577.
Tonette Tarantino’s year of sorrow came when she was only 30. First she lost the grandmother who helped raise her, like a second mother. Weeks later her brother, her only sibling, died of bone cancer. Then her husband died of kidney failure.
Now, as Tonette Walker, the wife of Wisconsin governor and GOP presidential hopeful Scott Walker, looks back, she says those brutal 12 months in the mid-1980s prepared her for her life ahead — and most especially for the rough ride of politics.
Read more by Mary Jordan at WashingtonPost.com