Huge statewide election next Tuesday. For state Supreme Court justice, liberal candidate Lisa Neubauer, currently the chief justice of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, is running against the conservative Brian Hagedorn.
Neubauer has publicly ripped outside spending, unless, of course, such spending benefits her. Then, not a word. The nonpartisan Wisconsin Democracy Campaign has reported that outside groups, mostly those aligned with liberal causes, have outspent the ones backing Hagedorn by a 14-to-1 margin.
Today’s read is lengthy. Even so, the extensive article is worth a read because it shows clear unethical activity by Neubauer and her husband, complete with facts that should automatically disqualify Neubauer from your vote.
Here’s the Reader’s Digest from the read by the MacIver Institute. Pay close attention:
A janitorial supplies company owned by Supreme Court candidate Lisa Neubauer’s Democratic Party power player husband could have really cleaned up — thanks to legislation crafted by the businessman.
There were a lot of “cozy connections.” The article, as mentioned, is lengthy, but it clearly connects the dots to unethical activity.
Please read it all, then vote next Tuesday for Brian Hagedorn.
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