AFP: Wisconsinites Take Stand for Rule of Law, Elect Hagedorn
AFP-WI activists made 750,000 voter contacts throughout the effort.
MADISON, Wis. – Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin (AFP-WI) on Wednesday congratulated Judge Brian Hagedorn on his election to the Wisconsin Supreme Court following Judge Lisa Neubauer’s concession. The group also applauded the incredible effort of its grassroots teams, who had mobilized across the state to have conversations with voters and urge them to vote for Judge Brian Hagedorn. AFP-WI activists made 750,000 voter contacts through door knocking, phone banking, hand-written postcards, and texts.
AFP-WI State Director Eric Bott issued the following statement:
“Congratulations to Judge Brian Hagedorn on his election to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. We backed Judge Hagedorn because we know he will bring a restrained philosophy to the bench – interpreting the laws as they are written, not making them. We applaud our activists for their incredible effort over the last several weeks and remain committed to educating Wisconsinites on the importance of a judiciary that decides cases based on the rule of law and the Constitution, not partisan politics.”
AFP-WI activists made 750,000 voter contacts throughout the effort. The grassroots group also sent 1.5 million pieces of targeted mail in support of Hagedorn. The mail pieces can be viewed here: mail #1, mail #2, mail #3, mail #4.
Americans for Prosperity (AFP) exists to recruit, educate, and mobilize citizens in support of the policies and goals of a free society at the local, state, and federal level, helping every American live their dream – especially the least fortunate. AFP has more than 3.2 million activists across the nation, a local infrastructure that includes 36 state chapters, and has received financial support from more than 100,000 Americans in all 50 states. For more information, visit www.AmericansForProsperity.org
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