We are back at the Dorf Haus Supper Club in Roxbury for a second time. Last time in early October over 80 people attended to hear former Lt. Governor and 2022 candidate for governor Rebecca Kleefisch speak. This time is a joint Pints and Politics with the Republican Party of Sauk County. Speakers are former 2012 U.S. Senate candidate Eric Hovde, 2nd District Congressional Candidate Charity Barry and Lt. Governor candidate Adam Fischer.
From Ms. Barry's website: "I am a young, patriotic American excited about the opportunity before me to run as your candidate for Wisconsin’s Second Congressional District! I believe in the core values and freedoms that this nation was founded, built, and grown on, among which are: Liberty, Responsibility, Equal Opportunity, Unity, Hard Work, Brotherly Kindness, Justice, the Value of Life, and the American Dream. I plan to fight tirelessly for these foundational principles as your representative in Washington to give you the confidence you desire in your pursuit of happiness knowing that there is a strong leader on your side! I will stand for the families and individuals all across the district – the farmers, the business owners, the moms, the school kids, the factory workers, the veterans, the list goes on and on… Every one of the constituents of the Second District will have my ear as I seek to do my best to represent you!"
From Mr. Fischer's website: "I am a Christian Republican! I believe we need to put God back into schools, families and businesses. I believe that God is calling me to run for Governor of Wisconsin, the state that I love, where I have called home my whole life! I believe in the American dream! I live the American dream! I grew up in Milwaukee in an 800 square foot house. My parents were working class people living paycheck to paycheck. I was taught to always work hard and that nothing in life would be handed to me.
8931 County Hwy Y
Roxbury, WI 53583
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