Monday, February 20, 2012

Wisconsin's Newest Favorite Game!

After the smash success of Wisconsin's favorite game: "Do you know where your governor is?", we are proud to bring you the next sure hit game, "Do you know where your Republican legislators are?"

Here's a really big clue, courtesy of Walkergate's newest player, Judith Rhodes Engels:

Wisconsin Night in Washington DC
You are cordially invited to attend a reception in support of the 

Republican Party of Wisconsin 

With Hosts:
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald 
Joint Finance Co-Chair Rep. Robin Vos
along with
Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald; Assistant Leaders Rep. Scott Suder and Senator Glenn Grothman; and 
Joint Finance Co-Chair Senator Alberta Darling

Wednesday, February 29, 2012
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m

Barbour Griffith & Rogers, LLC 
The Homer Building
Eleventh Floor South
601 Thirteenth Street NW
Washington, DC 20005

Invited Guests: 
Senator Ron Johnson
Congressman Sean Duffy
Congressman Tom Petri
Congressman Reid Ribble
Congressman Paul Ryan
Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner
$5,000 to Host
$2,500 to Sponsor
$1,000 per person to attend
All PAC and Individual Donations are appreciated

Please make checks payable to: 
Republican Party of Wisconsin-Federal Account
148 East Johnson Street
Madison, WI 53703

Please RSVP to Judi Rhodes (608-257-8035) or Melanie Hubbard (608-279-1275) at the Republican Party of Wisconsin or e-mail: or

Contributions to the Republican Party of Wisconsin are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Funds received in response to this solicitation will be subject to federal contribution limits. Under federal election law, individuals may contribute up to $10,000 per calendar year and multicandidate political action committees may contribute up to $5,000 per calendar year to the Republican Party of Wisconsin. 

Paid for by the Republican Party of Wisconsin. 148 E. Johnson St, Madison, Wisconsin 53703 Authorized by Ryan for Congress, Ribble for Congress, Ron Johnson for Senate, Inc, Duffy for Congress, Citizens for Tom Petri & The Sensenbrenner Committee
Contributions from foreign nationals, corporations and individuals under 18 years of age are prohibited.

Corruption must be an expensive habit to keep up.


  1. I hope a lot of Occupiers can greet these people when they arrive!

  2. Judi Rhodes had questions about the recall petition process answered in this letter dated
    March 3, 2011 by Kevin J Kennedy at the State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board.

    One can see the nature of the questions asked by the answers given.

  3. Didn't see our favorite son, Bill "mad dog" Kramer on the list. Even the Repugs won't take him out in public.

  4. Keep that out of state money flowing into Wisconsin. All to be spent on advertising and local expenses. You see all the good Walker is doing for the economy?

  5. Why anyone would believe Scott Walker is hard at work is beyond me. All he cares about is political power no matter the cost. He wants the White House in 4 - mark my words. If he wins this recall & John doe doesnt take him out of play he will be more radical than ever.