From Team WisGOP <[email protected]>
Subject WisGOP Update
Date January 21, 2023 3:06 AM
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January 20, 2023

John -

We hope you're enjoying the "warm" Winter
weather. Team WisGOP has been hard at work the past few weeks to
deliver results for Wisconsinites this spring!
The Spring Elections are the most important
in decades. This election will decide the balance of the
Wisconsin Supreme Court. If we lose our conservative majority, we
risk losing significant successes of the past decade, including
Act 10, concealed carry, common sense measures like voter ID, and
school choice. We're encouraging Republicans to VOTE EARLY in the
spring elections - early voting begins on February 7 for the
primary, which is February 21. To find your polling location or
request your absentee ballot: visit!
- Team WisGOP

Chairman Brian Schimming has hit the ground
running - hosting training sessions and preparing local
candidates and regional leaders for the Spring Election. Chairman
Schimming and Team WisGOP have visited Milwaukee, Green Bay, Eau
Claire, La Crosse, and Stevens Point to meet with outstanding
local leaders and are looking forward to more stops this Spring.

When he's not training local leaders,
Chairman Schimming can be found on a variety of news outlets as
he shares the Republican message and boasts big plans for the
future. Most recently, he appeared on CBS 58 to discuss the
Republican Party of Wisconsin's vision. You can watch the full
interview here!

It's time to join or renew your membership
with your county party! Joining your county party is a great way
to meet fellow conservatives, get involved in your community, and
make an impact on elections. Most county parties offer at least
one event or meeting a month where you can discuss pressing
issues, learn how to help, and meet your elected officials and
candidates. The most important work is done at the local level -
which starts with our county parties. Click here to find your
county party and get involved!

In Case You Missed It
Protasiewicz would have thumb on the scale
for a far left agenda
On Capital City Sunday with host AJ
Bayatpour, liberal Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Janet
Protasiewicz violated Wisconsin's Code of Judicial Conduct -
AGAIN. Protasiewicz again broadcast the goal behind her run for
the Wisconsin Supreme Court: judicial activism. It's hard to rely
on anyone who embraces the label of 'progressive' on issues that
are likely to come before the state Supreme Court to be willing
to put aside any personal biases on the bench.
Liberal Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidates
Violate Judicial Ethics
In case you missed it, during the Wispolitics
Supreme Court forum, the liberal Supreme Court candidates, Janet
Protasiewicz and Everett Mitchell showed they intend to be rubber
stamps for the liberal agenda on the Court. While Wisconsinites
expect the Supreme Court Justices to apply the law regardless of
their personal beliefs or their parties' beliefs, Protasiewicz
and Mitchell have taken it upon themselves to offer personal
assessments of the issues of the day and telegraph how they would

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