I have known both Rebecca Kleefisch and Tim Michels for many years and there wasn't a second of hesitation when I decided to support Rebecca. She has worked with the grassroots of the Republican Party for decades. Whether it was running for her local school board many years ago, serving as Lt. Governor with Governor Scott Walker as her mentor, or starting up the 1848 project to help promote conservative ideas, Rebecca has been a consistent, principled, figther for our movement.
Tim Michels shows up every now and then whenever he chooses to run for office.
Rebecca fights along side our grassroots activists to help promote policies that will keep the government off our backs and give parents more choices. Just do a search for Rebecca Kleefisch and you will find that her activities go back many years.
Tim Michels helps promote policies that benefit his business interests.
Rebecca is a mom who understands the importance of being there, doing the hard work, and 'rinse and repeat' as long as it takes to get the job done.
Tim Michels talks the talk in order to gain a new title but hasn't done the hard work year after year to actually make a difference. The last time he ran a statwide campaign he lost in a landslide then disappeared from the scene only to be heard from recently when he decided to run for governor.
I fully endorse Rebecca Kleefisch for Wisconsin governor because I know her and she has proven that she can win a statewide campaign by becoming Lt. Governor. I've worked beside her for decades to help promote sensible, conservative policies. She already has the experience that it will take to get the job done in Madison and she doesn't just talk the talk: she has been walking the walk year after year for decades.
If you're like me and you want a winner and a fighter to help fix Madison then join me in supporting Rebecca Kleefish. Let's also not discount how amazing it will be to watch a feisty, conservative mother take on an old, weakling of a man during the debates with Tony Evers.