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 Welcome!

The RPSC is a grass-roots organization dedicated to conservative principles of government. It is our goal to promote conservative candidates who believe in the same principles; pursuit of individual happiness and responsibility, a prospering economy and the right to American liberties as established by the US Constitution. We believe government has the responsibility to all of these things without burdening her citizens with cumbersome and inefficient bureaucracies.

 

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March 24,2016

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Greetings from your Sauk County Republicans! We are pleased to tell you of our activities and
plans. Our goal is to convey issues to you, to stir your thoughts, and to engage with you.
NATIONAL: President Obama has nominated a new Supreme Court Justice.
Do you think Republicans in Congress should allow a vote on this?
What do you think?
Do you know if illegal U.S. immigrants can get Social Security? Answer: Yes (under
circumstances below) Most people who immigrate to the U.S. after they have reached
retirement age will not have the 40 U.S. work credits necessary to qualify for Social Security
unless they have worked in the country for a cumulative 10 years when they were younger.
However, if they legally work in the U.S. for a 1 ½ years after arriving and earn at least $1260
per quarter, they qualify to received prorated benefits
SAUK COUNTY AND STATE
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Sen. Howard Marklein (3rdfrom left) and Sauk Co. Sheriff Chip Meister (4thfrom left) join
Governor Walker in signing Assembly Bill (AB) 522 which addresses the unpredictability of
reimbursements made by the state to counties for housing and holding of prisoners who have
violated conditions of probate, parole or extensive supervision.
PINTS AND POLITICS: Come to greet Wisconsin’s voice in the Senate, Senator Ron Johnson
at our Lincoln Day Dinner April 14th at the Pump House in Baraboo! Details are below.
  • FEINGOLD VS. RON JOHNSON (our senator): Russ Feingold wants to make the United
    States less safe and less secure. In the face of extremists determined to bring harm to the U.S. Feingold continues to cling to radical ideology, opposing additional border security, opposing stronger intelligence measures while advocating a shut down of the Guantanamo Bay terrorist detention center. Did you know that Ron Johnson chairs the U.S. Senate committee on Homeland Security and Government affairs? Under Johnson’s leadership 55 bills were approved last year with bipartisan support, 25 in the Senate. 18 new bills were signed into law and 50 full committee hearings were conducted.
    Join us at the following EVENTS !
    SUPREME COURT & LOCAL ELECTIONS APR. 5 VOTE !
    Wisconsin Supreme Court: Rebecca Bradley
    County Board: Andy Andrews District 27, Greg Petrulis District 17, Chuck SpencerDistrict 21, Andrea Lombard District 19,
    Sauk County Judge: Kevin Calkins
    LINCOLN DAY DINNER APR 14 (Thursday) PUMP HOUSE, BARABOO
    GREET U.S.SENATOR RON JOHNSON Social / Cocktails 4:30 5:15 PM Dinner 5:15 PM
    Buffet: Beef or Chicken + Salad & dessert$30 Ron Johnson speaks approximately 6:15 PM
    EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING APR 16 MONTHLY MEETING AT VICTORY CENTER IN REEDSBURG 
    WIS. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION MAY 15 17 GREEN BAY
    JEOPARDY: What is the Wisconsin hometown of Nascar Champion Matt Kenseth?
    (Answers at bottom)
    VICTORY CENTER: Our victory center opened March 12,!
    Please visit us! We want to meet you and listen to you.
    We need supporters to staff  this facility Please contact
    Al Exner with your available days and times. Or Call 608-425-5457
    We continue to search for a site in Baraboo
    THANK YOU! We are very grateful to those who have made donations to us.

 

If you identify with the above and believe in our mission, we welcome unsolicited contributions. We encourage you to join us at our events, to offer your ideas and opinions. Listen, speak out and make a difference. If you know of anyone in addition who would be interested in receiving communications from us please contact Steve Graybill at sgraybill88@yahoo.com.

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