Read my op-ed in the Journal Sentinel,”A new voice for Wisconsin businesses,” to learn more about our plans.
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It’s time to elect a senator who will put your interests first:
- a senator who will put aside party politics and focus on our district
- a senator who will listen and work with you – whether you’re a Republican, a Democrat or an Independent
- a senator who will make education a priority
- a senator who will work for jobs, health care, equal pay and voting rights.
Please vote for me, Lori Compas, on June 5.
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Many Republicans are also concerned about the divisiveness that Senator Fitzgerald has brought to our state. Listen to the radio ads Gary Olson and former State Senator Barbara Lorman recorded for Lori.
Barbara Lorman’s ad:
Gary Olson’s ad:
Gary also writes at Republicans for a Higher Road about his concerns about current Republican practices in our state.
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Photos from across the district on Saturday, June 2nd.
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We’ve come so far and we have less than a week left to achieve our goal. We’ll be canvassing weekdays and getting out the vote this weekend.
Come join us for fun and honest participatory democracy! (We hear the other side is ”renting” space for their yard signs and paying people to hand out campaign literature — none of that in this true grassroots effort!)
Here’s what’s going on:
- Saturday, Sunday, and Monday — Get out the vote (GOTV) across the whole district (sign up here)
- Election Day party at Keystone Grill in Cambridge (starting at 8pm)
Join us anywhere you want. We’ll have canvassing running all this week across the district (all originating from one of the campaign offices).
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How do voters make an informed decision? By reading newspaper articles, looking over a candidate’s website, and listening to the candidate speak at events.
I wonder how someone interested in Scott Fitzgerald can learn more about him.
The only events on his website are fundraisers — in other words, if you want to see him, you need to pay up.
On the other hand, I’ve been visiting with business and community leaders, going door-to-door alongside local volunteers, and holding FREE events all over the district — here are just a few photos from a single day of those events.
He did not respond to the Wisconsin State Journal’s questionnaire. You can compare our responses here.
He did not write an article for the Capital Times about why he is running, even though he was invited to do so right along with me. You can read my response here.
His campaign website at www.votefitzgerald.com does not state his stand on current issues — there’s something about illegal immigrants that seems to be at least two years old, but no current issues or jobs plan.
A Clear Choice
Scott Fitzgerald has had his chance. He’s had 17 years in office. And now, when we need to hear from him more than ever, all we get is silence — and fundraising requests.
The choice is clear and I ask for your vote on June 5.
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We’d like to thank all our veterans for their service to our country and the sacrifices they have made to preserve our freedom and the American way of life.
Thank you veterans and those currently serving for all that you’ve done for our country.
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