We shouldn't be voting Terry Dittrich out, he should be reelected and his SUCCESSFUL efforts need to be duplicated throughout the state. Heck, with the fact that Democrats have been owning local offices for decades, I'd say this needs to be duplicated nationwide.
I cannot think of any reason to replace a rare workhorse like Terry Dittrich at this juncture. The numbers matter and they are heavily in his favor. Sadly, I fear there is something more sinister, and frankly petty, at play here.
So how do we interpret this win? The answer is simple. John Leiber ran the Republican message against the Democrat message and the Republican message won. The Treasurer’s race proved that Wisconsinites trust Republicans more than Democrats with their money. Wisconsin elected a Treasurer who is an unapologetic fiscal Conservative.
So, here we are at that crossroads. This is our chance to prove that continuing on the RIGHT road is the only path to economic prosperity, cutting crime, and saving our kids from an extremist agenda. It’s that simple, we show up or we fail. It’s literally in our hands.
I am pleased to see that many have stepped up to support Michels. Governor Scott Walker has joined Governor Tommy Thompson to fully and publically support Tim Michels. Scott Walker supported his opponent in the primary, but clearly, Scott Walker gets it and is supporting Tim Michels. Why? Because that’s what adults do.
If you think, just because the Supreme Court outlawed drop boxes, that the Democrats do not have other tricks up their sleeve, you are sadly mistaken. THEY DO NOT NEED DROP BOXES in order to commit voter fraud. They have proven this time and again.
Stop this infighting over who is 'more grassroots,' who is the one that is more for parents rights, who is the better candidate, the choice is clear. This infighting does nothing but leave us with Tony Evers as Governor and Sarah Rodriguez as Lt. Governor. If that is what you want then continue to perpetuate this vitriol and pander to a small group of people that cannot get over a primary election loss.