Super Saturday for Justice Bradley on Sat March 19

We will be looking for people to come into the Bayside office to make phone calls, or to be out knocking on doors in your own neighborhood. At our office, we’ll have a couple of TVs on and food and drinks for those who want to watch the NCAA tournament while making some calls as well.

After this week, it is crucial that we get the word out as to why people need to vote for Justice Bradley. Even if you can only stop by for 20 minutes or only knock on a few doors, every voter we can contact will make a difference. Let me know if you are able to help out on Saturday, or if you absolutely cannot on Saturday, if there is another day you can come in this week or next week.

Thanks,
David Bredemus
608-709-6292

RPW Milwaukee Field Office
500 W Brown Deer Rd
Bayside, WI 53217

Reagan Day event on Fri Feb 19

Join fellow Republicans as we celebrate the birthday of our 40th President, Ronald Reagan.

Confirmed guests: Cong. Paul Ryan
Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch
Wis. Supreme Court candidate Rebecca Bradley

Invited guests: Governor Scott Walker
Sen. Ron Johnson
Reince Priebus, Chairman of the RNC.

Our emcee for the evening will be Charles Sykes of WTMJ radio.
Other special guests include local Republican office holders.

5:30 pm cocktails; 7:15 pm dinner.

American Serb Hall 5101 W. Oklahoma Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53219

Register Online

Big bucks, shadowy companies: Election mystery money returns

Campaign money from shadowy sources is back this presidential election.

At least $4 million of it is flowing to outside groups helping White House hopefuls, making it difficult to trace who’s behind the big bucks. Both parties benefit from money routed through obscure corporations, or from nonprofits that don’t have to disclose their donors.

The contributions are a reminder of federal court decisions in recent years, like Citizens United, that loosened prior restrictions in campaign finance laws. That can hide who’s really backing candidates – and what favors or influence could be owed should they get elected.

Read more by JACK GILLUM, CHAD DAY and STEPHEN BRAUN at AP.com