Rohn Bishop, Chairman of the Fond Du Lac County Republican Party, joins RightWisconsin Editor James Wigderson to talk about this weekend’s Republican Party of Wisconsin annual convention in Milwaukee. Bishop talks about what happened at the Rules Committee Meeting, what he is hearing from his fellow Republicans about the GOP Senate Primary, and why state Sen. Leah Vukmir (R-Brookfield) is likely to win the party’s endorsement. Bishop also talks about who the delegates are and what first-time attendees of a Republican state convention can experience.
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James Wigderson is the Editor of RightWisconsin. He was a weekly columnist for the Waukesha Freeman, an education reporter for Watchdog.org, and a contributor to Media Trackers, the MacIver Institute and the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute.
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