Grand Opening of the Republican Party of Wisconsin’s Racine Field Office on Sat Jan 20

wisgop-orgWe will be celebrating these grand openings statewide on January 20th, 2018 with Governor Walker and other Republican leaders, and I invite you to join us.

This office (and two others opening Saturday in Wausau and Sheboygan) will be staffed full time by Republican Party of Wisconsin Field Directors, and utilized to organize and mobilize the best volunteer teams in the country to protect Governor Walker, our Republican leaders at all levels of government, and all of the bold reforms that our Party has accomplished by working alongside each other.

TIME: 2:00 – 3:30 PM
LOCATION: Republican Party of Wisconsin Racine Field Office, 6021 Durand Ave, Mount Pleasant, WI 53406
CONTACT: Lindsey Persch at

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The State Government Agency That Spied on Citizens

A new report on a government spying operation conducted by partisan bureaucrats should outrage and scare Americans everywhere. It shows what can happen when, as the report says, partisans “weaponize” a government agency and use its powers to advance “political goals.”

Americans already have seen that when federal bureaucrats such as Lois Lerner or Samantha Power do that with the fearsome power of the IRS and our intelligence agencies, we face a threat to our liberty and the democratic process that is unparalleled in our history.

The 88-page report by Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel details the notorious “John Doe” investigations that went after almost every conservative, nonprofit organization in Wisconsin (the state chapter of Club for Growth among them) for supposed violations of campaign finance laws.

Read more by Hans von Spakovsky at

1st District Fall Fest on Sat Sept 16

from 1:00pm – 4:00pm
at Brightonwoods Orchard, 1072 288th Avenue, Burlington, WI

Confirmed Guests Include:
Congressman Paul Ryan
Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel
Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos
RPW Chairman Brad Courtney

Senator Ron Johnson
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker
Wisconsin Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch
Wisconsin State Treasurer Matt Adamczyk are all special invited guests.

MORE DETAILS at Fall Fest 2017

Reining In Wisconsin’s Regulatory State

Gov. Scott Walker and Wisconsin are once again showing conservative reformers nationwide how to get the job done. This month, lawmakers sent Walker the first state version of the REINS Act to be passed by a legislature, and Walker, who has championed the reform, is expected to sign the bill soon.

The REINS Act, introduced by state Sen. Devin LeMahieu (R-Oostburg) and state Rep. Adam Neylon (R-Pewaukee), restores much-needed transparency to the rule making process by requiring that the costliest of regulations receive approval from the full legislature before taking effect. The need for this reform is clear.

Read more by Eric Bott at