David James
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WASHINGTON (October 9, 2018) – The Republican State Leadership Committee today launched a new issue ad exposing Lee Snodgrass’s attack of a local school board member and graduation speaker, following a student tragedy in Appleton, with a public outcry suggesting his remarks and references to faith should “not be tolerated.”

“The country has witnessed too much radical activism in recent history and voters are rejecting divisive activism time and again,” said Matt Walter, President of the Republican State Leadership Committee.  “Voters have an easy choice in Senate District 19; a callous and uncaring disruptor or Roger Roth, a small businessman and veteran who served his state and our country,” Walter added.

The RSLC’s new ad “Callous and Uncaring” starts airing today and can be seen here (a script follows):

Launching vicious attacks in a time of healing…

That’s Lee Snodgrass.

When a graduation speaker reflected on their faith to bring a community together after a tragedy, Snodgrass urged action against him saying “this will not be tolerated”

Callous and uncaring…

Lee Snodgrass isn’t representing Wisconsin values.

But Roger Roth believes in service and sacrifice.

That’s why Roth served four tours in the Middle East and is a first lieutenant in the Wisconsin Air National Guard.

Defending our freedoms, serving our community – Roger Roth.

About the RSLC

The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) is the largest caucus of Republican state leaders in the country and the only national organization whose mission is to elect Republicans to multiple down-ballot, state-level offices. Since 2002, the RSLC has been working to elect candidates to the offices of lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state legislator, the judiciary and other down-ticket races. After Election Night 2017, state-level Republicans maintain 67 of 99 legislative chamber majorities in red, purple and blue states, hold 31 lieutenant governor seats, and control 30 secretaries of state offices. To learn more about the RSLC, please visit or follow @RSLC on Twitter.

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