Your Wisconsin Supreme Court Voter Score Card
On Tuesday, April 3, 2018 Wisconsin voters will have a chance to select our next Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice.
This is a very important election because it will determine what direction Wisconsin will take. With a 5-2 Conservative Majority on the court, we have had a court that has protected voting rights, right-to-work legislation, school choice, and concealed carry laws. The list goes on but it is important to know that if that 5-2 majority is reduced or reversed, all of these rights we enjoy will be in danger from a Liberal who will "legislate from the bench."
The two candidates, Conservative Michael Screnock and Liberal Judge Rebecca Dallet have been thoroughly reviewed for their views, endorsements, and judicial philosophy.
Your vote is critical. The first thing you need to do is get out and vote. The second thing you need to do is call your friends and remind them of the importance of this election. Encourage them to vote as well.
Remember the Date: Tuesday, April 3, 2018
GOVERNOR SCOTT WALKER VISITS RPSC HEADQUARTERS
Leah Vukmir Meets Supporters
Leah Vukmir Greeted By Supporters
Leah Vukmir At Hopps Haven
Leah Vukmir has begun to stump throughout the state for the opportunity to unseat Federal Democrat Senator Tammy Baldwin. Vukmir, a pediatric nurse with 37 years of experience, is assistant majority leader in the Republican controlled State Senate. She spoke about the dramatic legislation that reduced the taxation and liberty limiting regulations thereby sparking the Wisconsin economic renaissance, legislation related to Act 10, Right to Work, Prevailing Wage, Conceal Carry. . . . This has been no job for the faint of heart. She noted that she and her family have received death threats and attacks from the old "non-partisan" Government Accountability Board. Also running for the opportunity to take on Tammy Baldwin is Kevin Nicholson. The Sheboygan County GOP will alert the party faithful about the next opportunity to meet him locally. Be sure to open your emails. Unseating Tammy Baldwin will be "huge." - Reported By: Arthur DeJong
Governor Scott Walker and the Walker Family Meet With Supporters at Polyfab Corporation in Sheboygan on November 7th.