Tuesday, October 31

Local Endorsements

Here is the list of people that I endorse in the coming elections:

Governor: Mark Green

Why? I heard him speak. He is a solid pro-life man, with moral values driven by a heart. He is also a man who will pull the state out of the financial ruin our state has found itself in by cutting government expansion in favor of lower taxes. On the education front I believe as well that he will follow in the steps of Tommy and work to think outside of the WEAC box.

AGJ.B. Van Hollen

When he says that he will put criminals behind bars I believe him because he has the record that shows it. Admirable as well the way in which J.B. kept to the issues in the A.G. race and not about say...story about drunks going in ditches. Commendable. Worth a vote.

Senate: Robert Lorge

Why? That is a better question this time. There is little chance he can win and he runs a poor campaign, but you can still vote for him with a clear conscience since he is right on life and family.

Congress: Paul R. Nelson

Why? In your heart you know he's right. Unfortunately that was the slogan of Barry Goldwater in his failed bid for the presidency in 1964. There seems to be some sort of fallout on the campaign side of things but this man still stands for what is right. You can feel confident giving him your vote.

Assembly: John Murtha

Why? He is endorsed by Wisconsin Right to Life, so he at least answered the survey the right way. Life and family are not why he is running however. Taxes is his big issue (yes, he wants them lower). I know him as a community man with a large base of support and recognition. Some of my family have talked with him and from their impression he may not be the best moral support he is still worth supporting.

Sheriff: Dennis Smith

(oops! someone stole his website name!!! dennissmithforsheriff.com is all about endorsing his opponent Brad Leach. Still it persuades me TO vote for him if Kathy Ertz (whom I have no respect for) all of a sudden supports Brad Leach.

And whatever you do, VOTE!

1 Comment:

Jake said...

Lucas why do you even bother giving endorsements? Anybody who reads what you write sees that no matter what you say it will always be a republican endorsement. Just say straight R ticket, no need to elaborate. The thing is is you're a one issue voter: if a republican says he's prolife you will vote even if he has red, scaley skin, horns and a pointy tail before you would vote for a Democrat who supports all other issues you do. Of course being a wedge issue voter makes you the easiest to deceive and manipulate since if you are interested in wedge issues you really have no desire to actually look at what a person (canidate) does.