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Building off a successful 2016 election, Republicans organize for 2018 with a proven blueprint
[Madison, WI] — Today, the Republican Party of Wisconsin is announcing plans to more than double the number of existing field offices to support re-electing Governor Scott Walker and defeating Senator Tammy Baldwin in 2018 – expanding its year-round ground-game effort across the state. After big victories in the 2016 election, Wisconsin Republicans are building off a blueprint for success. The Republican Party of Wisconsin released the following statement from Chairman Brad Courtney:
“Thanks to our tremendous grassroots volunteers, these field offices will serve as hubs for conservatives to organize while we work to re-elect Governor Scott Walker and rally to defeat Senator Tammy Baldwin in 2018. After a highly successful 2016 election, Republicans are building on our best-in-the-nation ground game again for this cycle.”
The Republican Party of Wisconsin is expanding its field offices to Wausau, La Crosse, Sheboygan, Milwaukee, and Racine. These are in addition to existing, year-round offices in Waukesha, Green Bay, Eau Claire, and Madison.