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Senator Recall Opportunities

Running Wolf

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There are currently efforts underway to recall 7 democratic senators according to the Government Accountability Board. If any are in your district consider signing the petition and possibly volunteering or donating.

Senators - Districts:

Robert Wirch - 22
Mark Miller - 16
Jim Holperin - 12
Spencer Coggs - 6
Julie Lassa - 24
Fred Risser - 26
Dave Hansen - 30
 

HandyHamlet

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kawisixer01

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apparently not only do they run and hide and not play along, but they also like to strong arm, intimidate, and silence voices.

"Upon arrival, members of the recall committee were encircled by union protesters carrying signs and a leader with a mega phone who began chanting and ranting loudly. They packed in tightly around the petition collection table so as to prevent those attempting to sign from doing so. At one point, a pro union protester, pretending to be interested in signing the petition, wrote profanity across a partially collected petition form, than began ripping up the completed petitions that were in close proximity."

http://www.620wtmj.com/shows/charliesykes/118011324.html
 

Gunslinger

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apparently not only do they run and hide and not play along, but they also like to strong arm, intimidate, and silence voices.

"Upon arrival, members of the recall committee were encircled by union protesters carrying signs and a leader with a mega phone who began chanting and ranting loudly. They packed in tightly around the petition collection table so as to prevent those attempting to sign from doing so. At one point, a pro union protester, pretending to be interested in signing the petition, wrote profanity across a partially collected petition form, than began ripping up the completed petitions that were in close proximity."

http://www.620wtmj.com/shows/charliesykes/118011324.html

Don't you have any cops in WI? The pos should be in jail. Intimidation against a political activity participant is a crime..unless you're the Black Panthers and the "attorney" general is black. And why only these democrap assholes? Recall them all as they are gutless, half witted excuses for legislators. The people of Wisconsin wanted change. They got it. Now is the chance to complete the process and clean the stench of Illinois politics out of Madison.
 

LR Yote 312

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Unfortunately the Demonrat for my district is in the first year of his first term.
He's more or less untouchable....Lucky B+stard.:banghead::banghead:

Anyone got any left over roofing tar ??.....I think I have a few feather pillows
that could be put to good use.

LR Yote
 

Lurchiron

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Don't you have any cops in WI? The pos should be in jail. Intimidation against a political activity participant is a crime..unless you're the Black Panthers and the "attorney" general is black. And why only these democrap assholes? Recall them all as they are gutless, half witted excuses for legislators. The people of Wisconsin wanted change. They got it. Now is the chance to complete the process and clean the stench of Illinois politics out of Madison.


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MKEgal

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Running Wolf said:
There are currently efforts underway to recall 7 democratic senators according to the Government Accountability Board. If any are in your district consider signing the petition and possibly volunteering or donating.

Senators - Districts:
Robert Wirch - 22
Mark Miller - 16
Jim Holperin - 12
Spencer Coggs - 6
Julie Lassa - 24
Fred Risser - 26
Dave Hansen - 30

There are more than that listed on the GAB website...:
Robert Cowles - 2
Lena Taylor - 4
Alberta Darling - 8
Sheila Harsdorf - 10
Luther Olsen - 14
Randy Hopper - 18
Glenn Grothman - 20
Mary Lazich - 28
Dan Kapanke - 32

The problem I see is the GAO gives no contact information for the groups sponsoring the recalls.
If one of those listed people is supposed to represent you, & you think s/he screwed up, fire up your Google-fu.
(I'm not anti-Democrat or anti-Republican, I'm anti-lawbreaking-oathbreaking-legislators-who-don't-listen-to-their-constituents, whatever they label themselves. My local elected representative rats happen to both be Democrats.)
 
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Flipper

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, Wisconsin, USA
As I said before, Olsen is no friend of ours. Does anyone know the positions of the other 15 on the recall list. We are better off with a Dem that supports us, than with a Repub that doesn't. I know Miller - Dem Senate leader - is really against us. He told me he was against the Castle Doctrine because you could shoot an intruder without having to prove self-defense. :banghead:
 
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