2016 Elections – What Do The Polls Tell Us?

Wed Oct 5, from 7:00-8:00 p.m.

Register now for an insightful presentation by Charles Franklin, nationally renowned political pollster from Marquette University. The event will be held at the Oak Creek City Hall, 8040 S. 6th Street, Oak Creek.

Where will the Presidential and U.S. Senate races stand as we enter the last month before the elections? Are the images of the candidates changing in response to campaign events and speeches? Charles Franklin, professor of law and public policy and director of the Marquette Law School Poll, will look at how clearly voters understand the candidates’ positions on issues such as immigration and the economy? And how do voters feel about their personal situation and the outlook for the next generation?

Networking will take place from 5:30-7:00 p.m. with light refreshments. Register on-line on the Events page at www.southsuburbanchamber.com. Any member of a local Chamber is invited to register at the member fee of $12. The non-member fee is $15. Registration deadline is September 30.

“A mob had raged for days killing Negroes . . .

I bought a Winchester double-barreled shotgun and two dozen rounds of shells filled with buckshot. If a white mob had stepped on the campus where I lived I would have without hesitation have sprayed their guts over the grass.” –W.E.B. DuBois


Atlanta Race Riot from Wikipedia

Super Saturday on Sat Sep 17

From 9am-8pm this Saturday, the entire state of Wisconsin will be participating in a Super Saturday event! Come out and meet some of your local Republicans, and join them in supporting our candidates so we can help them win in Wisconsin over the next few months!

For more information, you can contact southern Milwaukee County’s Field Director, Kirsten Schmidt, or stop by our office located at 3647 S Chase Ave. in Milwaukee.

Kirsten Schmidt
Southern Milwaukee County Field Director
Republican Party of Wisconsin

Trump in Mexico recalls Reagan in Geneva

Donald Trump’s surprise visit to Mexico, where he met the Mexican president and discussed the many contentious issues between our two countries, reminds me of President Reagan’s important trip to Geneva in 1985. Reagan was more than willing to sit down with the Communist leader of the USSR in an effort to build a personal connection between the two men without sacrificing America’s vital interests in the Cold War.

Voters finally have the opportunity to choose a president who will make America first by securing our border and ending one-sided trade deals that favor foreign workers rather than our own. Trump’s strong stance in his meeting with the Mexican president demonstrates that Donald Trump is the “choice, not an echo.”

Read more by Phyllis Schlafly at WND.com