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Monday, March 16, from 7-8:30 p.m., Wisconsin Family Council (WFC) and DaySpring Church will be hosting, for the first time ever, the Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidate Forum at DaySpring Church in Pewaukee. Our media host for this event will be VCY America. WFC president Julaine Appling will be the moderator and a panelist, along with Pastor Daniel Reehoff of DaySpring Church and Jim Schneider, Executive Director of VCY America.
This Candidate Forum is the perfect opportunity for you to hear the candidates’ views on the role of the court, the upcoming election, and their qualifications. The Candidate Forum is free and open to the public.
Mark your calendar and plan to fill your vehicle with friends, family and neighbors. Get the word out now and plan to arrive early as we expect a full house for this event! Light refreshments will be available before the Forum.
Download, print and share the Candidate Forum flyer!
2020 | Week of February 24 | Radio Transcript #1348
How much do those pushing the LGBTQ agenda want? How much do we give them before they say, “it’s enough”? The answers are everything, and it’s never enough.
That is the reality. And almost every day that reality is proven true. For years, our organization has been trying to tell people that those pushing the agenda to normalize, champion, and fully accept the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning lifestyles and so-called “orientations,” will stop at nothing. (more…)
A statewide primary race for the highest appellate court in the state of Wisconsin will be held on Tuesday, February 18. The three candidates vying for two positions on the primary ballot are Dan Kelly, Jill Karofsky and Ed Fallone. Wisconsin Family Council has prepared a Voter Information Publication that compares the three candidates so you may simply compare them and make your decision before entering your polling place. The outcome of this primary race will determine who will advance to the general election on Tuesday, April 7, 2020.
CLICK HERE for your free downloadable WI Supreme Court Justice Voter Information Publication. Photocopy and share with friends, family and neighbors. This guide is c3 friendly and suitable for distribution in churches, as well.
There are many other races across The Badger State such as town supervisors, city council members, alderman, school board and more. To learn what else is on your ballot besides the statewide Supreme Court Justice race, click HERE.