The 4th Congressional District caucus favored Schroeder 59% over his opponent in the straw poll.
I am thankful and humbled by my victory in the straw poll. Members in the 4th Congressional of Milwaukee and the area know the importance of fair and clean elections. They among many are aware of the problems that have occurred under the election commission and it’s necessity to be dissolved. Problems involving drop boxes, lack of special voting deputies in nursing homes, proper ID in voting etc.
Bob Spindell of the Wisconsin Election Commission (the only member not referred for felony prosecution) who does an excellent job as a member and the Chair of the 4th Congressional District caucus. I look forward to his involvement in elections when the Secretary of State assumes those duties when I am elected Secretary of State. My website schroederforsecretaryo
fstate.com cell 920-450-7591
Spring election results bode well for our way of life in Wisconsin.
Some highlights from last night’s election include:
Maria Lazar’s victory marked the second time an Evers appointee was defeated in the Second District Appellate Court.
Samantha Kerkman became the first woman, and reportedly the first Republican, elected as Kenosha County Executive in a historically Democrat county. Unofficial vote totals currently point to an 807-vote win.
After Democrats spent about $100,000 on digital advertising on three Green Bay City Council seats, conservatives won two of those three seats and a majority on the council.
Conservatives nearly doubled their seats on the 30-person La Crosse County Board, going from seven seats to 13 and nearly flipping control.
A conservative was elected County Executive in Portage County, the heavily Democrat area once known as Dane County North. Unofficial vote totals currently point to a 24-vote win.
Conservatives flipped County Boards in Calumet, Door, Kenosha, Marathon, Rock, Adams, and St. Croix Counties.