There’s no question that a Wisconsin Supreme Court full of judicial activists would send Wisconsin back generations, chipping away – or flat out reversing – a number of conservative priorities and Walker reforms.
“This state, in some ways, is ground zero for gerrymandering,” Holder claimed. “Democrats win more votes for the Assembly than Republicans do, and yet have far fewer numbers of Democratic Assembly people in the state legislature.”
“Adding an unnecessary layer to this process through ‘pre-registration’ only serves to make the process confusing and could lead to ineligible individuals mistakenly believing they should vote before they are of age,” Stroebel said.
As we head into another election season, there’s no doubt that we’re going to hear more over-the-top claims by the left about the supposed evils of voter ID. While those attacks rely on deeply flawed extrapolations and conjecture, hard data points us to a real concern.
This year we have an opportunity to show the rest of the country the Wisconsin Way. We have that leader that helped us make Wisconsin great again. Please join me in choosing Leah Vukmir for U.S. Senate.
Ronald Reagan used to remark how “freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.” For Wisconsin conservatives, the saying should be “Walker’s bold conservative reforms are never more than one liberal-majority state Supreme Court away from extinction.”