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Conservatives: Run For Local Office

For far too long Conservatives have ignored local races.

It is time for you to get off the sidelines and run for local office.

The left has been stacking local governments, school boards, and judgeships with ultra-liberal candidates who are no longer hiding their desires to fundamentally change our way of life.
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We need to stop giving liberals a potential springboard to higher office and stop them from implementing their crazy ideas at the local level.

Former opponents of Sen. LeMahieu and. Rep. Katsma came from the Sheboygan school board and city council and rumor has it that a current city council member is going to challenge the Sheboygan Mayor in the spring.

Please contact us for assistance with your race.

We have an opportunity to flip the Sheboygan city council from blue to red and to make an impact on the school board.

It is time for local Conservatives to run for local office.

SHEBOYGAN ALDERMANIC SEATS UP FOR RE-ELECTION IN 2021

District 1 (Wards 1, 5, 6) -
Incumbent: Barb Felde
Democratic Party Member (paid dues in 2020)

District 2 (Wards 2, 3, 12) -
Incumbent: Roberta Filicky-Peneski (1-year term)
Democratic Party Member and Donor during 2020 election year

District 3 (Wards 11, 13) -
Incumbent: Mary Lynne Donohue
Democratic Party Member, Former Chairwoman of Wisconsin Planned Parenthood, Major Donor to Democratic Candidates

District 5 (Wards 8, 9, 16, 17) -
Incumbent: Markus Savaglio
Affiliation unknown, however, multiple sources state he's a moderate that leans left

District 7 (Wards 14, 15, 21) -
Incumbent: Rose Phillips
Not affiliated with the democratic party, however, her Facebook feed would indicate she's a democrat with extreme views

Get On the Ballot:

    1. Read and use the BALLOT ACCESS CHECKLIST.
    2. Complete the DECLARATION OF CANDIDACY form.
    3. Complete the CAMPAIGN FINANCE REGISTRATION STATEMENT form.
    4. Circulate NOMINATION PAPERs FOR NONPARTISAN OFFICE. You will need to get 100-200 signatures, addresses, and signature date. You cannot begin gathering signatures before December 1, 2020.
    5. Paperwork needs to be returned to the Sheboygan City Clerks office no later than 5 p.m. on Tuesday, January 5, 2021

I WANT TO RUN AND I WOULD LIKE ASSISTANCE

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SHEBOYGAN AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBERS UP FOR RE-ELECTION IN 2021

(3) At-Large Positions:

Incumbent: Ryan Burg
Not a party member, however, his affiliation is well known and his social media is full of extreme, leftist views.

Incumbent: Larry Samet
Not a party member, however, his affiliation is well known and his social media is full of anti-Trump and Pro-Biden posts.

Incumbent: Marcos Guevara
Not a party member, however, his affiliation is well known and his social media is full of extreme, leftist views.

Get On the Ballot:

  1. Pick up a candidate packet from Jenny Heus, Deputy Clerk for elections, in the SASD Superintendent’s Office, 830 Virginia Avenue, Sheboygan, WI 53081
  2. Read and use the BALLOT ACCESS CHECKLIST FOR 2021 SCHOOL DISTRICT CANDIDATES.
  3. Complete the CAMPAIGN FINANCE REGISTRATION STATEMENT form.
  4. Complete the DECLARATION OF CANDIDACY form.
  5. Circulate NOMINATION PAPERs FOR NONPARTISAN OFFICE.  You will need to get 100-200 signatures, addresses, and signature date.  You cannot begin gathering signatures before December 1, 2020.
  6. All forms must be turned in to Jenny Heus, Deputy Clerk for elections, in the SASD Superintendent’s Office no later than 5 p.m. on Tuesday, January 5, 2021.
  7. If you have any questions, you can contact Ms. Heus at either her email, jheus@sheboygan.k12.wi.us or 459-3511.

I WANT TO RUN AND I WOULD LIKE ASSISTANCE

We Need YouHow RPSC Can Help

  1. Even though local elections are non-partisan, we want to support local candidates who share the values of the RPSC.  Please read the RPSC Statement of Principles to understand our beliefs.
  2. RPSC has members who currently serve as elected officials in local government at the county, city, and school district levels.  They can be valuable resources to help you should you decide to run for public office.
  3. RPSC also have members who may be willing to volunteer their time in displaying yard signs, sign nomination papers, and distribute campaign literature.