Thank you to all of our volunteers and staff who knocked on doors and turned out the conservative vote needed to win around the country last week! These races were won on the ground and every single voter contact was critical to sending a strong message to Washington that we need to change course.
"Well, I got to tell you, I'm an optimist. I believed all along that, if we got a positive message out that ”” in the end ”” people in this state wanted to be for something, not against something. And look what happened tonight."
Wisconsin will continue to head in the right direction. Governor Scott Walker has been re-elected. Now that the votes have been tallied and the dust has settled - it's a great time to reflect on what it took to win. A week before Election Day, we were all nervous. Cautiously gauging our strengths and sending emails to encourage friends and family to vote. I sipped my coffee and read the reports
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACT Matt Batzel, American Majority Action Mobile: (920)917-5860 E-mail: email@example.com American Majority Action Knocks on 50,000th Door to Encourage Voters to Keep Wisconsin Heading in the Right Direction November 1, 2014 ”” American Majority Action (AMA) has made a significant impact in key Wisconsin races with a strong ground-game. AMA and their volunteers have targeted self-described “undecided” voters and made a pitch to them to Keep Wisconsin heading in the right
The latest Marquette University Law School Poll showed a dead heat between Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and his challenger Mary Burke (47%-47%). Big Labor targeted Scott Walker with a recall in 2012, yet failed. So they are doubling down again this year. One Big Labor boss just predicted that Scott Walker is on “his way out.” Bill Clinton is visiting Wisconsin on Friday and President Obama is even scheduled to come in himself next week.
The piece below was published on RightWisconsin.com. President Obama visited Milwaukee Monday ”” Labor Day ”” to give a speech that included an interesting take on women's-rights issues and how he has personally fought for equal pay for women. I watched the president's Labor Day speech and felt weakened and dishonored. “Men, you should want your wife to be paid fair. She's bringing that money home. That's not a women's issue ”” that's your issue; that