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We need a justice committed to the rule of law. Personal political values have no place on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The justice’s role is to say what the law is, not what the justice thinks the law should be.

We also need a justice who will uphold the constitutional rights we the people have enshrined in our constitution. This includes certain rights that some today wish weren’t protected, like the freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and the right to bear arms.

Finally, we need a justice committed to protecting the public. The heroin and meth epidemics are ravaging our communities. We must be part of the conversation. Our next justice must recognize that crime victims have constitutional rights, not just those accused of crimes. And we must remember that law enforcement is our ally, not our enemy.

I pledge to you that I will apply the law fairly to everyone. And I will always remember that I am a servant of the law and the people. As your justice on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, I will stand up for the constitution. Please stand with me!


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    Marklein: How Do We Move Forward With So Much Hate?



    MacIver News Service | Jan. 14, 2018

    By M.D. Kittle

    MADISON — The nation’s debate on hate speech is replete with irony, particularly on the left (*See U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich.*).

    Preaching against hatred with hate has become the norm in American political discourse. Just ask state Sen. Howard Marklein.

    Marklein and his fellow Republicans certainly did receive their share of opposing viewpoints. Too often, however, opposition turned into outright hostility, Marklein said.

    In his recent weekly e-update, the Spring Green Republican raised a couple of questions that get to the heart of the matter.

    “How do we move forward with so much hate?” Marklein asked.

    There has been a good deal of talk about a return to civility in Wisconsin, from Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and Republican leadership. But Marklein isn’t seeing it, at least in the recent round of hate mail he’s received.

    “Over the last several weeks, my team and I have received an amazing amount of hate,” Marklein wrote. “Callers, emails, letter and visits have been filled with profanity, name-calling and hateful comments and accusations. We have done our best to receive the input and ideas despite the hate, but it has been difficult.”

    Much of the overheated rhetoric spilled out of last month’s extraordinary session called by the Republican-controlled Legislature. Democrats have called the session a “power grab” because some of the bills passed and signed into law by former Republican Gov. Scott Walker limit the authority of the executive branch. Left-leaning groups last week filed a lawsuit challenging the validity of the session.  READ it HERE

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    Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 09:00 AM · 2 rsvps
    City Center West in Madison, WI

    County Caucus 2019

    To participate you must be a member in good standing prior to January 23rd, 2019. Renew online at This year we will be having elections for Officers and Assembly District Chairs.

    Saturday, March 02, 2019 at 06:00 PM · 17 rsvps
    Monona Terrace in Madison, WI

    Lincoln Reagan Day Dinner 2019

    Save the Date! We're back at the Monona Terrace this year on March 2nd! Contact us at or 608-335-3646 if you're interested in being a table host or sponsor ($500 / $1000) for the event.

    Cocktail Hour 5:00pm to 6:00pm

    Program 6:00pm to 8:00pm

    Eventbrite - Lincoln Reagan Day Dinner 2019

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