Atty Gen Brad Schimel Meet & Greet on Sat June 3

at the Regional Field Office (1701 Pearl Street, Waukesha 53186), Attorney General Schimel will be having a meet and greet! He will be arriving at 11AM, so be sure to get here early!

After he gives his remarks, all are welcome to join our efforts in knocking doors and calling our fellow Wisconsinites to spread the word about the great work Governor Walker is doing to keep Wisconsin moving forward!

Be sure to RSVP to our event, or let me know that you’ll be joining us!

Kirsten Schmidt
Southeast Regional Field Director, Republican Party of Wisconsin
kschmidt@wisgop.org

Super Saturday on June 3

Saturday, June 3rd, the Republican Party of Wisconsin will be hosting its first Super Saturday of the summer! Come join us as we knock doors and call our fellow Wisconsinites to spread the word about the great work Governor Walker is doing to keep Wisconsin moving forward!

If you don’t live in the area, you can still join us by knocking on doors in your neighborhood, and make calls from the comfort of your home! Bring a friend, neighbor, or relative for the fun!

If you’re available for any amount of time between 9am-9pm on June 3rd, and would like to help, please contact Kirsten Schmidt at kschmidt@wisgop.org.

Kirsten Schmidt
Southeast Regional Field Director, Republican Party of Wisconsin
kschmidt@wisgop.org
1701 Pearl Street, Waukesha, WI 53186

Wisconsin GOP Has Much To Celebrate at Festive State Convention

Hundreds of Republican faithful from all over the state met at a resort in the scenic Wisconsin Dells for the three-day Wisconsin GOP convention from May 12 through 14. Despite the goings-on in D.C., this state-level event had much to celebrate about its victories in 2016. Cheeseheads, red, white, and blue elephants, and star-spangled women’s tops decorated the happy, enthusiastic crowd applauding and cheering the stellar speakers of the convention.

Read more by Arlene Becker Zarmiat pjmedia.com

Top Five Wasteful Classes in the UW System

Here at the MacIver Institute, we’re dedicated to keeping you – the taxpayer – informed about wasteful spending at all levels of government. If you look closely, you can find questionable line items and waste in just about any arm of government. That’s why we’re skeptical of the constant drumbeat for higher taxes, bigger government, and of course, more and more spending.

Considering the UW System’s never-ending cycle of demands for more state funding, one would hope that they are responsibly spending your tax dollars before they ask for more.

The MacIver Institute decided to dive deeper into the UW system to find places where frivolous spending runs rampant and where cost savings can be found. Our first stop: course offerings in the UW System.

Read more by Jessica Murphy at maciverinstitute.com

Listening Session w/ Rep. Bob Gannon of Urban Revitalization Committee on Tue May 23

Rep. Bob Gannon, the Chairman of the Assembly’s Committee on Urban Revitalization will be holding a listening session on Tuesday, May 23. The hearing starts at 6:00pm and will be held at the AFP offices at 10111 West Capitol Drive.

This event is hosted by both the Black Conservative Coalition and Americans For Prosperity.

It will be an opportunity to share with Rep. Gannon what improvements can be made by the State Legislature to help the City of Milwaukee. This is not a speech by Rep. Gannon, but will a give and take between him and participants.

You can click here to pre-register for the event.

It will be well worth your time and energy.

50 state governors reject BDS

Governors of all 50 states on Wednesday signed a pledge to reject the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel, reports JTA.

Organized by the American Jewish Committee, the Governors United Against BDS statement declares that “the goals of the BDS movement are antithetical to our values and the values of our respective states, our support for Israel as a vital U.S. ally, important economic partner and champion of freedom.”

Read more by Ben Ariel at israelnationalnews.com