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Senate Recall Candidates Forum in Tomahawk

Postby tooten » Wed Jun 15, 2011 7:09 pm

Who is sponsoring or running this thing anyway?

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Re: Senate Recall Candidates Forum in Tomahawk

Postby Tomahawk Leader » Sun Jun 19, 2011 6:40 pm

Tomahawk School District. Unfortunately, the news release came too late for us to publish in last week's newspaper. We would have given it front page placement and pushed it on the web. We had gone to the district's irritating 6:30 AM committee meeting to offer to help host/plan the event back when it was first mentioned, (yes, that's 6:30 AM! I personally think that's appalling and certainly not public-friendly). Then, we didn't even get the courtesy of notification in time for our weekly publication. FYI: It's Monday, June 20 7-8:30 p.m. in the auditorium. Two of the three candidates for the 12th Senate district have committed: Holperin and Lussow, last I heard. I'll probably be there to cover it, but I'm still irritated. -Kathy Tobin, Editor

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Re: Senate Recall Candidates Forum in Tomahawk

Postby tooten » Sun Jun 19, 2011 11:07 pm

This whole thing stinks. It looks to me like something that was put together without public knowledge and in support of the Holprin campaign. Given the hand holding that goes on between the school administration and the teachers union the real sponsor of this thing is the Wisconsin Education Association Council and their sympathizers and supporters. Wasn't Christine "The Moderator" Brown's husband (Nicolet College) one of the first teachers to use the WEAC party line in a letter to the editor naming the small businesses that would lose money if the new budget bill passed. In that letter he was going to become so impoverished that he would no longer be able to do business with those merchants. That tactic was used throughout the state to intimidate small business owners. My thought is, If they want to hold a political rally let them rent a hall.

Other than that big Lincoln County property tax hike that he shoved through, the last thing I read about Lussow was that the local Republican Party was questioning if he was in fact a Republican!


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