2010 Political Endorsements

WPPA ANNOUNCES REMAINING STATE ENDORSEMENTS

On October 11, the WPPA announced its remaining endorsements for the upcoming state legislative elections.  These endorsements are determined by the WPPA’s board of directors, all of whom are active members, and include membership input, the results of its cumulative legislative report cards, as well as the candidates’ responses to its questionnaire.  The WPPA has a proud record of supporting candidates on a bipartisan basis who can demonstrate a commitment to addressing the fiscal challenges confronting this state while protecting the services that Wisconsinites hold most dear.

As Wisconsin’s largest law enforcement group, the WPPA represents more than 11,000 members from nearly 400 local associations statewide.  With over 70 years of service to law enforcement personnel, the WPPA is widely recognized as the leading law enforcement group in Wisconsin.

Remaining 2010 Endorsements:
Senate District 1: Elmer (D)
Senate District 11: Kedzie (R)
Senate District 13: Fitzgerald (R)
Senate District 15: Cullen (D)
Senate District 19: Ellis (R)
Senate District 23: Kreitlow (D)
Senate District 25: Deutsch (R)
Senate District 31: Vinehout (D)
Assembly District 2: Zigmunt (D)
Assembly District 7: Krusick (D)
Assembly District 12: Kessler (D)
Assembly District 13: Cullen (D)
Assembly District 19: Richards (D)
Assembly District 47: O’Neil (D)
Assembly District 49: Garthwaite (D)
Assembly District 51: Simonson (D)
Assembly District 54: Hintz (D)
Assembly District 59: LeMahieu (R)
Assembly District 62: Mason (D)
Assembly District 64: Barca (D)
Assembly District 65: Steinbrink (D)
Assembly District 68: Dexter (D)
Assembly District 69: Suder (R)
Assembly District 70: Vruwink (D)
Assembly District 71: Molepske (D)
Assembly District 73: Milroy (D)
Assembly District 21: Michalski (D)
Assembly District 24: Knodl (R)
Assembly District 26: Van Akkeren (D)
Assembly District 27: Kestell (R)
Assembly District 29: Murtha (R)
Assembly District 35: Meyer (R)
Assembly District 40: Peterson (R)
Assembly District 41: Ballweg (R)
Assembly District 42: Clark (D)
Assembly District 43: Hixon (D)
Assembly District 44: Sheridan (D)
Assembly District 45: Anclam (D)
Assembly District 46: Hebl (D)
Assembly District 74: Bewley (D)
Assembly District 78: Pocan (D)
Assembly District 83: Gunderson (R)
Assembly District 87: Williams (R)
Assembly District 89: Nygren (R)
Assembly District 90: Van Roy (R)
Assembly District 93: Smith (D)
Assembly District 94: Hancock (D)
Assembly District 95: Shilling (D)
Assembly District 96: Nerison (R)
Assembly District 91: Kramer (R)
Assembly District 99: Pridemore (R)

THE WPPA ENDORSES ANN HRAYCHUCK FOR REELECTION

On October 7, the WPPA announced its endorsement of Ann Hraychuck in her reelection campaign to represent the 28th State Assembly District.

“As is evidenced by her 100% voting record on the WPPA’s cumulative legislative report card, it is clear that Ann Hraychuck understands and appreciates the vital role that law enforcement plays in promoting the outstanding quality of life in Wisconsin,” said WPPA Executive Director, Jim Palmer. “For the second straight legislative session, law enforcement has known no better advocate and friend.”

In the 28th State Assembly District alone, the WPPA represents members from the following departments: Amery, Burnett County, Frederic, Osceola, Polk County, Siren, Somerset, St. Croix Falls, Webster, and St. Croix County.


THE WPPA ENDORSES RUSS DECKER FOR REELECTION

MADISON–On October 5, the WPPA announced its endorsement of Russ Decker in his reelection campaign to represent the 29th State Senate District.

“Russ Decker understands and appreciates the vital role that law enforcement plays in promoting the outstanding quality of life in Wisconsin,” said WPPA Executive Director and Wausau native, Jim Palmer. “With his support, the legislature has passed tough new laws that improve the level of safety on our streets, as well as for the dedicated men and women who police them. There can be no question that Russ is the candidate best-suited to address the fiscal challenges confronting this state while protecting the services that the citizens of the 29th Senate District have come to expect and deserve.”

With over 11,000 members from nearly 400 local association affiliates, the WPPA is the state’s largest law enforcement group. In the 29th State Senate District alone, the WPPA represents members from the following departments: Everest Metro, Marathon County, Rib Lake, Mosinee, Rothschild, Rusk County, Sawyer County, Shawano County, Taylor County and Wausau.

 

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