RAGA: Releases New TV Ad in Wisconsin: “Results”

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RAGA Releases New TV Ad in Wisconsin: “Results”

The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) released a new TV advertisement in Wisconsin, “Results,” that highlights a serious problem Attorney General Brad Schimel solved in just three years. Brad Schimel’s major accomplishment, testing over 4,100 sexual assault kits, stands in stark contrast to Josh Kaul. The “DC Liberal” simply cannot be trusted.

Brad Schimel has been a Wisconsin prosecutor for nearly 30 years, so he has always cared more about results over talk,” said RAGA Communications Director Zack Roday. Attorney General Schimel’s been focused on keeping Wisconsin schools safe, protecting the elderly, and now he’s completed a 20-year problem in just three years – testing over 4,100 sexual assault kits. Meanwhile, Josh Kaul is nowhere to be seen or heard in Wisconsin. The choice is simple for voters: Brad Schimel’s proven record of results, or a DC insider with no experience in Wisconsin. Josh Kaul cannot be trusted to keep Wisconsin communities safe.”

Watch “Results” here.

TRANSCRIPT:

Decades of partisan bickering and no results for victims, thousands of rape kits sitting untested across Wisconsin.

Then we elected Brad Schimel. He got to work, solving a 20-year problem. His liberal opponent, Josh Kaul? Never prosecuted a sex crime case or put a single criminal behind bars here in Wisconsin.

How are we supposed to trust another DC liberal like Josh Kaul?

Inexperienced. Dangerous. Josh Kaul: wrong for Wisconsin.

BACKGROUND:

Decades of partisan bickering and no results for victims, thousands of rape kits sitting untested across Wisconsin. (Thousands of Rape Kits Wait to be Tested); (Hundreds of rape kits untested despite Wisconsin law that required DNA analysis)
Then we elected Brad Schimel. He got to work, solving a 20-year problem. (Justice Officials: Schimel and DOJ Solving 20-Year Rape Kit Problem In 3 Years)
His liberal opponent, Josh Kaul? Never prosecuted a sex crime case or put a single criminal behind bars here in Wisconsin. (Joshua L. Kaul, Counsel, Perkins Coie)

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