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       Call 608-709-0478 or email hq@danegop.org   

Fitchburg Office 
      Call Michael 612-716-9534  or email:  mchristiansen@wisgop.info  2976 Triverton Pike Dr., Fitchburg

Janesville Office 
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Resources to Share on Our Candidates:

Leah Vukmir: Wisconsinites want options, not one-size-fits-all health care

FULL REPORT: Former Baldwin and Kohl Aide Alleges A Political Cover-Up By Senator Tammy Baldwin

Wisconsin Leads The Way on Welfare Reform (Gov. Walker)

AG Schimel: Human trafficking is happening here & what we're doing about it

Democrats and Republicans appreciate Attorney General Schimel’s People before Politics Approach, Aug. 2018

Our Attorney (AG Schimel) General Highlights His Lifelong Focus on Child Advocacy, Concern for Victims, July. 2018



Casey Helbach for State Senate - District 27

He is opposing State Sen. Jon Erpenbach, who has held this seat since 1988

Where is the 27th Senate District?  The 27th State Senate District includes Assembly Districts 79, 80, and 81. This covers parts of Sauk, Dane, Iowa, and Green counties.

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Remember - whether you live in or out of the district, you can still help and donate to the campaign at CaseyHelbach.com!


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    Democrats & the Rape of Justice


    by Robert Stacy McCain, American Spectator  Sept. 19, 2018

    It is up to ‘We the People’ to judge the Kavanaugh case.

    Where were you in the spring of 1982? Can you verify your whereabouts and produce evidence to establish that you weren’t molesting prep-school girls in suburban Maryland? Christine Blasey Ford insists she’s a victim and, while the main suspect is Brett Kavanaugh, perhaps no man can be entirely sure he won’t be summoned before the Senate Judiciary Committee in some future investigation.

    Feminist “rape culture” discourse, which has sowed a climate of sexual paranoia on university campuses in recent years, has escaped its native habitat and is now wreaking havoc in our politics, to say nothing of its damaging effect on our culture. Do I want to discuss what allegedly happened at a party in Montgomery County, Maryland, on an unspecified night in 1982? Do you want to read such a discussion? Do any of us want to watch such a claim litigated on national TV with Judge Kavanaugh and his accuser testifying in front of a Senate panel, with cable-news pundits endlessly rehashing every angle of the sordid saga day after day?

    If you’re raped, call that cops. This is what sensible people have been saying for years about the situation that has emerged on American college campuses, where claims of sexual assault have been removed from the criminal justice system and handed over to administrative panels. Universities conduct secretive hearings where students accused of sexual misconduct are systematically deprived of the due-process protections that would be their constitutional right, had their accusers simply called 911 to report these alleged crimes. Centuries of Anglo-American common-law precedent have been discarded in favor of star-chamber tribunals operating under the putative authority of federal Title X legislation.

    It is perhaps not a coincidence that Judge Kavanaugh’s accuser is a university professor. The former prep-school girl Christine Blasey went on to obtain two master’s degrees and a Ph.D. in psychology, marry an engineer named Russell Ford, and thus become Professor Ford of California’s Palo Alto University. Having spent her entire adult life working in academia, Professor Ford is eminently qualified as a representative of the mentality that currently prevails on our nation’s university campuses, where male students are presumed guilty of rape as soon as any female student accuses them.

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  • Upcoming events

    Tuesday, October 02, 2018 at 05:30 PM · 1 rsvp
    Coach's Club, 1200 Main St., Cross Plains

    Casey Helbach, Candidate for the 27th State Senate District

    Business owner and a founder of the Jesus Lunches at Middleton High School, Casey brings proven leadership talent as a businessmen and a citizen who doesn't assume its "somebody elses' problem. Casey Helbach for State Senate

    Join us on Oct 2 at Coach's Club, 1200 Main St., Cross Plains.  5:30-7:30


    meet the candidate and fellow conservatives who know that we gotta fight for what's right!

    The 27th District has been held by democrat Jon Erpenbach since 1998. The change is long overdue.

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