Assembly Democratic Campaign Committee (WI)

GOP candidates imploding!

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With just 14 days left until the election, the list of Republican candidates whose words, positions and actions threaten to doom their campaigns before the votes are even cast grows almost daily. And as this list builds, serious questions must be asked about the quality of candidates Republicans have recruited, their fitness for office and how their backgrounds were vetted. Once again Wisconsin is seeing the extreme positions many of their candidates personally hold, even if they’d rather we didn’t know. In just the last month, five Republican candidates have found themselves in the media trying to explain their words and actions.

Please donate $15 to ensure that none of these GOP candidates are ever elected to the Assembly.

September 17, 2014 Jacob Dorsey, Republican of Janesville (AD 44), dropped out of the Assembly race after making disparaging comments on Twitter about gays and African Americans.

October 3, 2014 Tracie Happel, Republican of Onalaska (AD 94), was caught plagiarizing extensive language from another candidate to use on her own webpage.

October 18, 2014 Scott Espeseth, Republican of Milwaukee (AD 7), caught making racist and misogynistic comments online.

October 19, 2014 Nancy Vandermeer, Republican of Tomah (AD 70), extremist position to arrest Federal employees for doing their job is called illegal and treasonous by policy expert.

October 20, 2014 Todd Novak, Republican of Dodgeville (AD 51), gets favorable treatment using his “Mayoral Pass” to avoid drunken driving arrest and public urination prosecution.

Will you donate $15 today to make sure that our Democratic candidates defeat these trainwreck Republicans?

The important question that must be asked is do Robin Vos and his Republican colleagues who have supported these candidates, continue to stand by the candidates, their actions and extreme words? What else might we learn about these candidates or others in the last few days before the election?

Stay tuned….


Joel Gratz Executive Director Assembly Democratic Campaign Committee

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