Today I sent a “Thank You” letter to Governor Walker. I would advise you to do the same. Here is what I sent:

Dear Governor Walker,

Thank you! Thank you for over reaching so far that you started a new progressive movement. Thank you for spending the time trying to please the Koch Brothers and pad your national resume so much that the workers of Wisconsin united against you. Thank you for running the state so poorly that we were able to rid our local government of ardent supporters of yours. Thank you also for helping us change the make-up of the Supreme Court and ending the reign of David Prosser. Finally thank you for giving us the momentum to recall Republican Senators and change the make-up of our great state!

Much appreciated.

Jeff Simpson

Here is the contact info, if anyone else is so obliged.

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We encourage the citizens of Wisconsin to communicate with the Governor’s Office. Please know that any communications may be subject to release under Wisconsin’s public records law and that our policy is generally to release communications sent to the email address below. We encourage you not to disclose private, confidential, or personally identifying information if you do not want that information released to the media or general public.


Office of Governor Scott Walker
115 East Capitol
Madison WI 53702

(608) 266-1212


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4 thoughts on “THANK YOU

  1. ♫ Now if there’s a smile on my face, it’s only there trying to fool the public. ♫

  2. I would probably put the subject as “Thank You! (I oppose most of what you’re doing)”, so his staffers don’t get the foolish idea that you support him by reading the subject.

  3. My experience is that there is no response to an e-mail to the governor, unless it is an open-records request– and even then, the answer is very evasive and minimally responsive. I still persist– every day another subject, Randy Hopper, interference with “local” governance, Tom Nardelli, Jeff Plale, and other lucrative appointments such as the 28 year old…..

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