Delegates of the Republican Party of Polk County unanimously endorsed Governor Scott Walker, Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, and Attorney General Candidate Brad Schimel at the Wisconsin State Convention.
May 3, 2014 – The Wisconsin GOP convention was held May 3, 2014 and the delegates of the Republican Party of Polk County along with all delegates present unanimously endorsed Governor Scott Walker, Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, and Attorney General Candidate Brad Schimel at the Wisconsin State Convention May 3, 2014.
Wisconsin is better off today than it was 4 years ago and it will be even better four years from now with the re-election of Governor Scott Walker and Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch. Over $2 billion in tax relief, through property tax and income tax cuts, and a tax withholdings plan. The average Wisconsin family will save $852.00 instead of paying it to the state. A $3.6 billion budget deficit was eliminated without tax increases, and now the state has a budget surplus that has allowed investment in the state’s priorities.
In May 2014, CEO Magazine released their 2014 rankings for “Best and Worst States for Business,” and Wisconsin is now ranked 14th in the nation. Since Governor Walker has taken office, Wisconsin has jumped 27 spots in these rankings due to his pro-growth policies that have improved our state’s economic climate. Under the Walker-Kleefisch Administration there are over 100,000 new jobs and nearly 20,000 new business formations.
Brad Schimel will make an outstanding Attorney General who will tirelessly fight crime and protect the citizens of Wisconsin. Brad Schimel has served as Waukesha County District Attorney since 2006 and has conducted more than 150 jury trials during this time. He belongs to several organizations relating to law enforcement and public safety, and most recently, he was appointed to serve on the Wisconsin Judicial Council and Wisconsin Crime Victim Council. Schimel will bring decades of public service to the Attorney General’s office.
Brad has been endorsed by more than 76 law enforcement officials from across Wisconsin including district attorneys and sheriffs, including Polk County sheriff Peter Johnson, St. Croix County Sheriff John Shilts, and Burnett County Sheriff Dean Roland.
Alan K. Walker