Just a couple links that caught my eye in the aftermath of yesterday’s election results.
Root River Siren: Like Wisconsin, Election Results A Mixed Bag Of Nuts Political Heat: DPW would do well to learn from the spring election results
I’ll add more links as I find them, but for now enjoy!
April 1, 2013
Referendum on same-day registration a chance to make residents’ voices heard!
Joint Statement from members of the Common Council
To see how effective and important same day voter registration is in the City of Milwaukee, one need only look at the numbers from the November 6, 2012 Presidential Election:
• More than [...]
Please vote in the spring general election on April 2nd.
These are MY endorsements:
Wisconsin State Supreme Court: Ed Fallone
Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tony Evers
Milwaukee County Circuit Court Branch 45: Janet Claire Protasiewicz
County Board Supervisor – District 2: Ravae S.M. Sinclair
City of Milwaukee Referendum: “Should the state of Wisconsin continue to [...]
….and I’ll be casting my vote for Ed Fallone for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
And while I can’t vote for him, any readers who happen to live in the Racine Unified School District should strongly consider casting their votes for Randy Bryce. Randy’s a good man who would be a committed advocate for Racine’s [...]
After negotiating with four current county supervisors, State Representative Joe Sanfelippo has decided to hold his legislation for a referendum to destroy Milwaukee County government for a while…well sort of:
State Rep. Joe Sanfelippo (R-West Allis) said in an interview he’ll still introduce a bill in about a week that will call for a later [...]
As of today, five Republicans have declared their candidacies for Wisconsin’s Assembly District 98, which covers parts of Waukesha, Pewaukee, Sussex, and Brookfield. They’re all hoping to fill the seat vacated by Paul Farrow (R), who won the (uncontested) December 4th election for Senate District 33. The GOP candidates will face off in the Republican [...]
So it appears “Ultra conservative!” Cudahy blogger Randy Hollenbeck is going to be running for office in the spring of 2013. While he hasn’t made a formal announcement of his plans (unless a comment on his blog counts), it appears Hollenbeck will be running for alderman in Cudahy’s 3rd Aldermanic district.
In advance of his [...]