[Waukesha, WI] – Sarah Huckabee Sanders, former White House Press Secretary for President Trump, announced her endorsement of Rebecca Kleefisch for Governor of Wisconsin on Monday in a video message to supporters.

Now more than ever, states need courageous leaders who will do what is right, not what is politically expedient. Sanders knows Rebecca Kleefisch is an experienced conservative reformer who, like President Trump, will not back down to special interests and liberal extremists.

Like Sanders herself, Rebecca is running for governor to keep our communities safe, grow our economy, address rising costs of living, and reform our education system to provide more choice and opportunities for parents and students.

Watch the video here or read a transcript below:

“Hi, I’m Sarah Sanders. And I’m proud to endorse my good friend Rebecca Kleefisch. 

We need strong conservative governors like Rebecca standing up for our law enforcement, pushing back against the radical left and their socialist policies, and making sure that craziness coming out of Washington doesn’t change our states. 

I know Rebecca will do a great job, and that’s why I’m proud to support her. I hope that you will donate and sign up to volunteer for her today.”

About Rebecca

Rebecca Kleefisch is a former television news anchor who served as Wisconsin Lt. Governor from 2011-2019 alongside Governor Scott Walker. She quickly became known as a strong conservative reformer after their administration passed public-sector collective bargaining reform which turned around Wisconsin’s failing economy, but also led to Rebecca becoming the first Lt. Governor in American history to survive a recall. She is a colon cancer survivor and mother of two teenage girls. In September 2021, Rebecca announced her candidacy for Governor of Wisconsin. Rebecca is endorsed by the Wisconsin Fraternal Order of Police, Milwaukee Police Association, a majority of Wisconsin’s sheriffs, Wisconsin Right to Life, Governor Scott Walker, and many others. 

Learn more about Rebecca and her campaign for Governor at RebeccaForGovernor.com

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