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Tomorrow’s primary in Wisconsin

September 13, 2010

In Wisconsin, Tomorrow is the party primary that will determine who will get their parties nomination to run in November. There are major primaries at multiple levels for each party, but where I’m from, there are only 3 major races. US Senate, Governor and Lieutenant Governor.

Bloggers like Badger Blogger and Randy Melchert have made some endorsements and predictions. With Badger Blogger, I agree with him on 2 out of 3 races.

For Governor:

There is no question about it, I’m for Scott Walker all the way. The fact is, if he does not win the nomination Republicans might as well write off Wisconsin forever. if Scott Walker doesn’t win, the Republican Party of Wisconsin will be dead at the state wide level. Sure they might win a congressional seat or a majority in the assembly or senate but that would be it. Mark Neumann will screw the Republican party of Wisconsin for years if he wins, and people need to know that. Scott is a true conservative that practices what he preaches and he’s very good at what he does.  On the contrary, Mark Neumann is (for lack of a better word) a goon. He’s not a career politician because he’s a career candidate who won election twice and lost four more times. He went negative, then announced he wasn’t going negative. He labeled Scott a career politician, but it’s because the people wanted him to stay in office. And I want Walker to move up!

Lt. Governor-

Frankly, I’m not a big fan of Rebecca. I don’t like her commercials at all, and I’m not a fan of the Sarah Palin thing she’s trying to capture. Plus I think she rips off a portion of her message (We get it, you drive a mini-van, Scott Walker still drives his Saturn, and Scott Brown drove a truck). Honestly I could care less if she’s a social conservative, those issues don’t win elections. PERIOD. Thats why I’m voting for Brett Davis. I don’t mind that he had to play politics and voted for a budget bill, really I don’t. I understand that he wanted to get reelected and Republicans allowed him to vote for the budget. Brett did what he had to do to represent his district, which went to Obama by a large margin. So here again we have a Republican that used common sense Conservativism to win over a liberal area… Yeah I dig that.

The fact of the matter is a Republican from Milwaukee county and a Republican from Dane County might give the party a shot and winning enough of those votes to carry the state. All that’s left is the Fox Valley…

Senate-

Ron Johnson. No Brainer. I’m not gonna be writing in TWall, and Dave Westlake is a great guy but just won’t be able to pull it off. With a Dane county Republican, a Milwaukee County Republican, and a Fox Valley guy, three of the most populated areas in Wisconsin have candidates running from there. That is awesome. Ron may be a political newcomer but this is the chance for one of those to succeed.

By all accounts this election could be a huge one in the state of Wisconsin. With Walker and Johnson, this will be the best chance we have to take down the liberal establishment. This’ll be the first time I could ever remember that I could have the chance to be represented by a Republican on every level and that makes me want to Believe in Wisconsin.

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