WisGOP: Launches digital ad campaign and website targeting extreme Madison liberal Paul Soglin

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January 10, 2018
Contact: Alec Zimmerman
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Republican Party of Wisconsin Launches Digital Ad Campaign and Website Targeting Extreme Madison Liberal Paul Soglin
Businesses have left Madison, murders at an all-time high
[Madison, WI] — The Republican Party of Wisconsin is launching a digital ad campaign and website today against extreme Madison liberal Paul Soglin. Despite giving a key to the City of Madison to brutal Communist dictator Fidel Castro, businesses leaving Madison, and murders on the rise, Paul Soglin still thinks he can lead Wisconsin. The Republican Party of Wisconsin released this statement following Soglin’s announcement that he’s running for governor:
“Extreme Madison liberal Paul Soglin has a 50-year record of catering to extreme special interests – from offering a brutal Communist dictator the key to the city to presiding over a community where businesses have left and murders have gone up,” said Alec Zimmerman, spokesman for the Republican Party of Wisconsin. “While Gov. Walker is delivering results for Wisconsin’s hard-working families, Soglin’s far-left Madison ideology would take our state in the wrong direction.”
The Republican Party of Wisconsin is launching a digital ad campaign and website, PaulSoglin.com, today against extreme Madison liberal Paul Soglin. These follow up on previous ad campaigns and websites against Matt FlynnKathleen VinehoutTony EversDana WachsAndy GronikMike McCabe, and Mahlon Mitchell.
Extreme Madison Liberal Paul Soglin Pushes His Radical Agenda
  • From leading anti-war protests against “pig America” in the late sixties to giving brutal Communist dictator Fidel Castro a key to the City of Madison, Paul Soglin has spent five decades advocating for socialist ideologies.
  • While Soglin promotes his extreme, Socialist agenda, businesses have left the city.
  • Additionally, murders in the City of Madison hit an all-time high last year under Soglin’s leadership.
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