Vukmir campaign: Baldwin voted for lighter sentencing for child sex offenders

Contact: Jessica Ward, (608) 213-5939

Brookfield, Wis. – Two-faced Tammy Baldwin —who has praised Tony Evers who wants to prematurely release criminals into our communities to reduce capacity at prisons — voted for lighter sentences for repeat child sex offenders.

In the state Legislature, Baldwin voted against requiring someone who is a repeat convicted child sex offender from being sentenced to life without parole.

“Long before Tony Evers, Tammy Baldwin wanted criminals back on our streets, as she voted against life without parole for repeat child sex offenders,” said Leah Vukmir campaign manager Jess Ward. “While Baldwin and Evers’ aim to release violent criminals, Leah Vukmir is a pediatric nurse and mother who will enforce the law and push for policies that keep our children safe.”

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