[Waukesha, WI] – On Monday morning, Rebecca Kleefisch joined law enforcement and community members in a call for action after criminals in a shootout injured 21 after the Bucks game last Friday.


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From Fox 6 News Milwaukee

From the Milwaukee Journal SentinelFormer Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch held a news conference outside Fiserv Forum to tout plans she released months ago to fire Chisholm, hire 1,000 cops around the state and tap the State Patrol to help local law enforcement. “We need Milwaukee to be a safe place for families, the Deer District to be a destination and not the fear district anymore,” Kleefisch said. 

From WISN:

From Center Square Wisconsin“The simple points are to put 1,000 more cops on the street. Bail and sentencing reform to stop these bad D.A.’s and these bad judges. Fire [Milwaukee County] District Attorney John Chisholm on day one. And use the Wisconsin State Patrol to surge where violent crime is surging,” frontrunner Rebecca Kleefisch told News Talk 1130 WISN’s Jay Weber Monday morning.

From CBS 58:

From Spectrum 1 NewsRepublican gubernatorial hopeful Rebecca Kleefisch held a press conference Monday morning near Deer District to share her concerns. “I think it’s deeply unfortunate that this made national news,” Kleefisch said. “I don’t know what more I can say about it besides it is a very sad shame that you’ve got a bunch of riot-minded people coming down to ruin everyone’s good time.”

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