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The impact of the shutdown on the Wisconsin economy.
05/11/2020
Tax collections plummet amid Evers’ lockdown - Empower Wisconsin

The impact of the shutdown on the Wisconsin economy.

May 7, 2020 Tax collections plummet amid Evers’ lockdown Empower Wisconsin | May 7. 2020 By M.D. Kittle MADISON — To no one’s surprise, state tax collections plummeted last month amid the worst of the COVID-19 outbreak. And conservative lawmakers say things will only get much worse if Gov. Ton...

Here are todays arguments before the Wisconsin Supreme Court.  Please take the time to listen to these arguments.
05/05/2020
Wisconsin Supreme Court Oral Argument: Wisconsin Legislature v. Andrea Palm - WisconsinEye

Here are todays arguments before the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Please take the time to listen to these arguments.

On May 5, 2020, the Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Wisconsin Legislature v. Andrea Palm. Case #2020AP765-OA The justices heard arguments related to the following questions: Whether the Department of Health Services (the Department) violated Wis. Stat. § 227.24, governing emergency ...

05/04/2020
Rep. Mike Gallagher

This is huge for Wisconsin!

I couldn’t be more excited to congratulate Marinette Marine on winning the contract for the future frigate. This announcement is a testament to the hard work of every worker at the shipyard, and means thousands of Wisconsinites will have good paying jobs for decades to come.

The Republican Party of Brown County wishes to thank everyone who came out on May 1st to sign the nomination papers of o...
05/02/2020

The Republican Party of Brown County wishes to thank everyone who came out on May 1st to sign the nomination papers of our candidates! We are grateful for your support

The Republican Party of Brown County is currently collecting nomination form signatures for our candidates!  Stop by and...
05/01/2020

The Republican Party of Brown County is currently collecting nomination form signatures for our candidates! Stop by and sign.

NOMINATION PAPER DRIVE THROUGHDon't forget to drop off your nomination papers or drive and sign the nomination papers fo...
04/30/2020

NOMINATION PAPER DRIVE THROUGH
Don't forget to drop off your nomination papers or drive and sign the nomination papers for your candidates Friday morning May 1st. The drive through opens at 10:00 a.m. and again at 5:00 P.M. at our headquarters, 1905 S Webster Ave in Allouez. All signatures should be turned in at the office by May 10th to ensure our success!. The nomination signature deadline is June 1st.

We will have a team of well trained volunteers who will assist in the process. Masks, gloves and sterilized pens will be used. Join us as we complete the process to put our candidates on the ballot this Fall

04/30/2020

Don't forget to drop off your nomination papers or drive and sign the nomination papers for your candidates Friday morning May 1st. The drive through opens at 10:00 a.m. and again at 5:00 P.M. at our headquarters, 1905 S Webster Ave in Allouez. All signatures should be turned in at the office by May 10th to ensure our success!. The nomination signature deadline is June 1st.

We will have a team of well trained volunteers who will assist in the process. Masks, gloves and sterilized pens will be used. Join us as we complete the process to put our candidates on the ballot this Fall

Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL)  filed an amicus brief on behalf of a group of Wisconsin small business own...
04/29/2020

Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed an amicus brief on behalf of a group of Wisconsin small business owners in support of the Wisconsin Legislature’s original action challenging the extension of the ‘Safer at Home’ order.

NEW: WILL filed an amicus brief on behalf of a group of Wisconsin small business owners in support of the Wisconsin Legislature’s original action challenging the extension of the ‘Safer at Home’ order.

Read more --> https://www.will-law.org/will-amicus-statewide-lockdown-extension-unconstitutional/#

NOMINATION PAPER DRIVE- THRUSign or drop off nomination papers for your candidates Friday May 1st at the Republican Part...
04/26/2020

NOMINATION PAPER DRIVE- THRU

Sign or drop off nomination papers for your candidates Friday May 1st at the Republican Party of Brown County Office, 1915 S Webster Ave in Allouez. Our well trained team will have masks, gloves and sanitized pens. Sign, submit or drop off your nomination papers without leaving your car. Join us from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. and again from 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.

8th District Congressman Mike Gallagher appeals to Governor Evers for a bi-partisan approach to Opening Up Wisconsin! Al...
04/25/2020

8th District Congressman Mike Gallagher appeals to Governor Evers for a bi-partisan approach to Opening Up Wisconsin! Alternative bi-partisan solutions from the ground up is key.

‪Without strong, bipartisan leadership, we can only expect our state to become further divided. Today I called on the Governor to avoid that division by taking a bottom-up, bipartisan approach to reopening our economy that places trust in our local communities and Wisconsinites.‬

Wisconsin State Representative Robin Vos
04/22/2020
Wisconsin State Representative Robin Vos

Wisconsin State Representative Robin Vos

Statement: Legislature Takes Gov. Evers to Court

[Madison, WI] – Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R-Juneau) released the following statement after filing an original action in the Wisconsin State Supreme Court challenging the governor’s extension of the Safer at Home order through May 26th.

“The public outcry over the Safer at Home order continues to increase as positive COVID cases decrease or remain flat. There’s immense frustration regarding the extension, as it goes beyond the executive branch’s statutory powers. Wisconsinites are forced to sit by with no voice in the process. Other Midwestern states with more confirmed cases, like Ohio, have set firm dates to begin a phased reopening far earlier than the Evers administration.

“The governor has denied the people a voice through this unprecedented administrative overreach. Unfortunately, that leaves the legislature no choice but to ask the Supreme Court to rein in this obvious abuse of power. Wisconsinites deserve certainty, transparency, and a plan to end the constant stream of executive orders that are eroding both the economy and their liberty even as the state is clearly seeing a decline in COVID infections.”

Speaker Robin Vos and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald announced Tuesday that the Legislature is taking legal act...
04/22/2020
Wisconsin Legislature seeks legal action against Gov. Evers' extension of Safer at Home order

Speaker Robin Vos and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald announced Tuesday that the Legislature is taking legal action against Gov. Tony Evers’ extension of the Safer at Home order. Click for the full story!

Speaker Robin Vos and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald announced Tuesday that the Legislature has filed a lawsuit against Gov. Tony Evers' extension of the Safer at Home order.

04/21/2020
Rep. Mike Gallagher

Great message from Congressman Gallagher on the shut down in Wisconsin.

While I’m under no illusion we can or should reopen Wisconsin tomorrow, it’s concerning to see parks and running trails closing at the very time we need them most. We have to trust Wisconsinites to be responsible, particularly when it comes to healthy outdoor activities.

Ultimately, we need bottom-up, community-oriented solutions to reopening our economy when the time is right. Green Bay is much different than Milwaukee, let alone Brillion and Door County. We have to start using common sense to figure out how we can safely get back to work.

04/12/2020
04/08/2020

As I (Chairman Fitzgerald) understand it, the National Guard were given a warning order to prepare last week. All would have been from Brown County. They would have reported to NG HQ on military. Clerk could have trained all at that facility. NG would have helped set up additional polling places. Could have used the NG HQ as a polling place. It’s a shame what the Mayor did to suppress the vote in the City of Green Bay!

Mayor Genrich refusing National Guard help at Green Bay polls.
04/08/2020
Green Bay among areas declining National Guard help despite poll worker shortage

Mayor Genrich refusing National Guard help at Green Bay polls.

GREEN BAY (WLUK) — With Green Bay voters saying they waited up to four hours to vote, FOX 11 has learned the city declined extra poll workers from the National Guard. Brown County Clerk Sandy Juno says Allouez and Hobart also declined the help. Juno says the county has about 150 soldiers to he...

04/07/2020

(Green Bay, WI) (PRESS RELEASE) Republican Party of Brown County Chairman James Fitzgerald shares the disappointment with his fellow voters in the City of Green Bay. “I reached out to Mayor Genrich on March 30, imploring him to apply all the necessary resources to run a smooth election on April 7”, and heard nothing. Today, we see the results of his inaction.
While other large municipalities, including Madison, had no difficulties processing the vote today, Green Bay, fell short leaving long lines and frustrated voters.” Mayor Genrich’s refusal to use trained National Guard’s men and women exhibited a classic failure in judgement and leadership. We applaud all the resilient poll workers who persevered the integrity of the ballot box.

04/07/2020

REQUEST A CURBSIDE BALLOT!
There are long lines at the some of the polling places, especially the two in the City of Green Bay. (Green Bay East and West high schools). If you have medical issues and/or cannot stand in line, please go to one of the election officials and request curbside voting. They will bring a ballot out to you in your car you can vote from your car. Please share this ASAP.

April 6, 2020  WisGOP Statement on Gov. Tony Evers’ Unconstitutional Maneuver to Postpone the April 7 Election   [Madiso...
04/06/2020

April 6, 2020
WisGOP Statement on Gov. Tony Evers’ Unconstitutional Maneuver to Postpone the April 7 Election [Madison, WI] – In response to Gov. Tony Evers’ unconstitutional maneuver to postpone the April 7 election, the Republican Party of Wisconsin issued the following statement from Chairman Andrew Hitt:

“It is tragic to see such a reckless disregard for the Constitution from Gov. Tony Evers who just days ago ​admitted​ he did not have the power to change the election. His admission will weigh heavily on the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision, so we are left to conclude that the Governor is playing politics with something as precious as our democracy. The Republican Party will continue to fight for the rule of law.”

Speaker Robin Vos (R) and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R) released the following statement concerning Govern...
04/06/2020

Speaker Robin Vos (R) and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R) released the following statement concerning Governor Evers executive order to cancel tomorrows April 7th election. Stay tuned for rapid developments!

POLLING PLACE CHANGES FOR THE APRIL 7TH ELECTION!!City of Green Bay residents who live east of the Fox River can vote at...
04/06/2020

POLLING PLACE CHANGES FOR THE APRIL 7TH ELECTION!!

City of Green Bay residents who live east of the Fox River can vote at the East High School gymnasium, 1415 E. Walnut St.

Voters who live west of the river should head to the gym at West High School, 966 Shawano Ave., if they opt to cast their ballots in-person.
The city also extended hours for early voting at Green Bay Metro until 5 p.m. Thursday and Friday.

Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman has endorsed Green Bay Attorney, Andy Williams for Brown County ...
04/04/2020

Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman has endorsed Green Bay Attorney, Andy Williams for Brown County Judge. Tune in this morning to WTAQ, the Regular Joe Show at 12:20 p.m. to hear host, Joe Giganti interview Attorney Williams.

WTAQ's Regular Joe Show with Joe Giganti, will feature Attorney Andy Williams, candidate for Brown County Judge at 12:20...
04/04/2020

WTAQ's Regular Joe Show with Joe Giganti, will feature Attorney Andy Williams, candidate for Brown County Judge at 12:20 p.m. on Saturday April 4th.

A federal judge pushed back the date to request an absentee ballot, which means you have until TODAY AT 5PM to request a...
04/03/2020
How to Request Your Absentee Ballot - Republican Party of Wisconsin

A federal judge pushed back the date to request an absentee ballot, which means you have until TODAY AT 5PM to request an absentee ballot! If you’d like to request a ballot to vote absentee in this election, visit myvote.wi.gov and click on “Vote Absentee” to request your ballot.

If you have any questions about how to vote absentee, visit our website at wisgop.org/howtovoteabsentee for step-by-step instructions. If you have any questions, please contact the Republican Party of Wisconsin directly at [email protected].

HOW TO REQUEST YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT Go to myvote.wi.gov Type in your name and your...

The Republican party of Brown County supports Attorney Andy Williams for Brown County Judge!
04/02/2020

The Republican party of Brown County supports Attorney Andy Williams for Brown County Judge!

Early in person absentee voting is available today and tomorrow April 2nd and 3rd at the Green Bay Metro Transit Station...
04/02/2020
Green Bay, WI

Early in person absentee voting is available today and tomorrow April 2nd and 3rd at the Green Bay Metro Transit Station from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. each day. Please click below to see what is needed.

Green Bay Metro Transit Station has Early In Person Voting

04/02/2020
A NEW Look at Coronavirus with Dr. Ashok Rai (President and CEO, Prevea Health)

A special thanks to Congressman Mike Gallagher who is providing this podcast with President and CEO Dr Ashok Rai from our own Prevea Health in Green Bay. Please take the time to gain perspective and educate yourself on the coronavirus.

On episode 1 of Rep. Mike Gallagher's NEW Look Podcast, Rep. Gallagher is joined by Dr. Ashok Rai to take a "new look" at the direct impact the Coronavirus i...

03/30/2020
Republican Party of Wisconsin

Return Daniel Kelly to the Wisconsin Supreme Court!

Jill Karofsky's allies are trying to buy her a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court so that she will be able to rule in their favor. #SCOWIS

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