from 5:45 to 8:00pm
American Serb Hall, Governor’s Lounge
5101 W. Oklahoma Ave, Milwaukee WI
***** No Charge To Attend ***** Cash Bar *****
This is a great opportunity to meet Judge Hagedorn and to hear about his judicial philosophy that “a justice’s role is to say what the law is, not what s/he thinks it should be”. Brian also believes a judge should keep his personal beliefs out of the courtroom and apply the law fairly to everyone.
If you would care to, you will have the chance to make some phone calls on behalf of Judge Hagedorn to fellow Republicans to get out the vote on April 2nd.
For more information on Judge Hagedorn and his campaign go to JudgeHagedorn.com
This event is paid for by the Republican Party of Milwaukee County
Join the Republican Party of Milwaukee County Super Saturday on March 23rd and March 30th, from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM at 7154 S. 76th St, in Franklin, (in the Orchard View Shopping Center, next to Dollar Tree) Judge Hagedorn needs your help on one or both weekends to be successful in his race for the Wisconsin State Supreme Court.
All volunteers will have a variety of activities to participate in. Get Out The Vote Calls to Republican voters, literature distribution – doors of Republican voters. With your commitment and dedication we will elect Judge Hagedorn to the Supreme Court. We need to keep the Supreme Court in the conservative vein to preserve the accomplishments of Governor Walker and our Republican legislators since 2010.
We look forward to seeing you on March 23rd and March 30th.
Thank you for your help!
Any questions, give us a call.
Rose Ann Dieck, Southwest Suburban 1st Vice Chair
Carol Brunner, Southwest Suburban Chair
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at Jake Margis’s place – 1600 Tosa Apartment’s Club House*
1600 Rivers Bend Lane, Wauwatosa 53226
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– State Representative Rob Hutton
– Circuit Court Judge Andrew Jones
– Wauwatosa Council Chair Cheryl Berdan
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