This Tuesday, February 19, is the Spring Nonpartisan Primary Election in Wisconsin. The only statewide race with a primary is for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Justice Patience (Pat) Roggensack is being challenged by two candidates, all vying for a 10-year term on the state's high court. The primary will narrow the candidates from 3 to 2. (You will vote for only ONE candidate on the primary ballot.)Wisconsin Family Action
Click here for educational information on the judicial candidates.
Wisconsin Family Action PAC (Political Action Committee) has endorsed 98th Assembly candidates Jeanne Tarantino and Matt Morzy for the Spring 2013 Primary Election.
WFA-PAC 2/13/2013 press release:
"We are very pleased to endorse candidates who recognize the importance of Wisconsin's best natural resource - her traditional families - and who realize that our state's well-being is closely tied to the strength of this resource."
Click here for WFA-PAC endorsements for the 98th Assembly district.
details on voting at Voter Information Center
I saw this note on the WI Supreme Court primary
Feb. 19 is a critical day for Wisconsin’s future. That is the day of the primary election for Wisconsin State Court Justice Pat Roggensack. Two radical left-wing candidates have vowed to end the career of incumbent Roggensack. These two obstructionists both sighed recall petitions to get rid of Gov. Scott Walker. When they couldn’t beat Walker at the ballot box they decided to beat him on the bench.Fallone(one of the bad ones) teaches at Marquette and also is President of Wisconsin Stem Cell Now, a liberal embryonic stem cell advocacy lobby. I will vote Roggensack to keep a dipstick like Fallone off the bench.
If these two anti-Walker candidates eliminate Roggensack, they will do everything in their power to stop the progress Walker and the Republican legislators have accomplished. They are anti-pro-life, against economic development, against voter ID, and against Act 10.
Typically, these primaries have a very low voter turnout. That is what the liberals are counting on. If you stand with Walker, then vote for conservative Justice Pat Roggensack on Feb. 19.