Rep. Jessie Rodriguez explores misconceptions about Republican Party

Rep. Jessie Rodriguez, R-Oak Creek, spoke to College Republicans Tuesday to discuss her work in the State Assembly and common misconceptions regarding minorities, women and those in poverty in the Republican Party.

Rodriguez is an immigrant from El Salvador who moved to Wisconsin from California as a child. She graduated from Marquette University and is currently working on solutions for education, children and poverty.

Rodriguez discussed the common belief that the Republican Party is anti-women and people of color, but Rodriguez said these misconceptions are false and are just used as headlines for the media.

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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.

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Update on Madison Legislative Activity on Mon Sept 18

from 6:00-8:00pm
State Representatives Dale Kooyenga and Rob Hutton will give an update on Madison legislative activity, with a question/answer session. Dale’s and Rob’s Assembly districts cover Wauwatosa. Both men are excellent conservative legislators and leaders in the Wisconsin State Assembly.

Location: World of Beer, a restaurant/pub at 418 N. Mayfair Road, north of Blue Mound. Private covered patio. An event in the popular “Pints and Politics” format. Come at 6 PM, order a bite to eat and a soda or beer, and meet and network with other Republicans. The program starts at about 6:30.

Questions? Call Karen Albers, Chair, Wauwatosa Republican branch, at 414-774-9352

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.

Thank You!

Thank you to all of you who were pollworkers or poll observers, without you, election day would not be possible.

Thank you to the phone callers and door knockers and literature droppers.

Thank you to those who helped keep our Republican Party offices open.

Thank you to those who posted lawn signs.

Thank you to all of you who came to our Republican events, and to all the meetings, rallys, dinners, and the 2016 debate watching parties.

Thank you to Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, for giving us direction and guidance.

Thank you to all of our great Republican candidates.

God Bless you all, and thank you for your help during this campaign!

ELECTION DAY – Tuesday Nov 8

Polls open at 7am, and close at 8pm
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Report instances of vote fraud to:
Milwaukee County Election Commission
Milwaukee County Courthouse, Room 307-D
901 North 9th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
(414) 278-4060

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Assembly Leaders to Attorney General: Investigate John Doe Leak

Schimel’s office says they are looking into it

Three of the most powerful members of the state Assembly are asking Attorney General Brad Schimel to investigate the leaks in the John Doe investigation.

In a letter from state Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Burlington), state Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke (R-Kaukauna), and Joint Finance Committee co-chair John Nygren (R-Marinette), the trio wrote the that if state Department of Justice chose not to prosecute the leaker, it risks ‘undermining the integrity of the courts and judicial system.”


Fundraiser for State Rep Jessie Rodriguez on Tue Apr 26

from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
at Trattoria di Carlo, 8469 S. Howell Ave., Oak Creek, WI 53154

With Guest Speaker Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel

Host Committee
Platinum: $1,000
Gold: $500
Silver: $250
Bronze: $100

General Attendance
Individual: $40

RSVP by Tuesday, April 19th, 2016