Democratic Party of Wisconsin
Press Release

Huh. Yet Another Kevin Nicholson-Roy Moore Connection

Months after the alleged sexual predator's dramatic loss, Moore's boosters continue to line up behind Kevin Nicholson

By - Apr 17th, 2018 04:54 pm
Kevin Nicholson. Photo from Nicholson for Senate.

Kevin Nicholson. Photo from Nicholson for Senate.

MADISON — This week, Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund, a right-wing group that supported alleged serial sexual predator Roy Moore during his failed U.S. Senate campaign in Alabama, cropped up in Wisconsin’s own U.S. Senate race — this time, in support of Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson.

Yes, months after Moore’s loss in Alabama’s December U.S. Senate election, Roy Moore-connected groups and individuals are still flocking to support Kevin Nicholson — and Nicholson is apparently feeling the love, tweeting his thanks at the group’s chair, who previously praised Moore as “a strong conservative.”

Here’s a rundown of Kevin Nicholson’s Roy Moore ties:

“Kevin Nicholson never cleanly cut ties with key figures behind Roy Moore’s candidacy, so it’s no surprise that he continues to attract Moore boosters — especially given Nicholson and Moore’s shared millions in support from Illinois billionaire Dick Uihlein,” said Brad Bainum, Democratic Party of Wisconsin spokesperson for the 2018 Senate race.

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