WPPA Announces Remaining Legislative Endorsements

MADISON – The Wisconsin Professional Police Association (WPPA) has released its remaining endorsements for the upcoming fall elections for the state assembly and state senate. These endorsements are the result of membership input, the results of its legislative report card rankings, as well as the candidates’ responses to its questionnaire. The WPPA supports candidates who can demonstrate a commitment to addressing the fiscal challenges confronting this state while protecting the services that Wisconsinites hold most dear.

PAC Endorsements 2008

Senate District 8: Darling
Senate District 10: Page
Senate District 12: Holperin
Senate District 14: Olsen
Senate District 18: King
Senate District 20: Winter
Senate District 26: Risser
Senate District 32: Johnson
Assembly District 2: Zigmunt
Assembly District 4: Montgomery
Assembly District 5: Nelson
Assembly District 6: Tauchen
Assembly District 7: Krusick
Assembly District 14: Vukmir
Assembly District 22: Pasch
Assembly District 26: Van Akkeren
Assembly District 27: Kestell
Assembly District 29: Buckel
Assembly District 31: Urban
Assembly District 32: Harrod
Assembly District 33: Newcomer
Assembly District 34: Tubbs
Assembly District 36: Mursau
Assembly District 37: Jorgenson
Assembly District 40: Kuehl
Assembly District 41: Ballweg
Assembly District 42: Hines
Assembly District 43: Hixson
Assembly District 45: Benedict
Assembly District 46: Hebl
Assembly District 47: O’Neil
Assembly District 49: Garthwaite
Assembly District 50: Crofton
Assembly District 53: Spanbauer
Assembly District 54: Hintz
Assembly District 55: Westphal
Assembly District 57: Schaber
Assembly District 59: LeMahieu
Assembly District 60: Duman
Assembly District 61: Turner
Assembly District 62: Mason
Assembly District 63: Flashinski
Assembly District 65: Steinbrink
Assembly District 66: Kerkman
Assembly District 68: Moulton
Assembly District 69: Suder
Assembly District 70: Vruwink
Assembly District 71: Molepske
Assembly District 72: Schneider
Assembly District 74: Sherman
Assembly District 76: Berceau
Assembly District 77: Black
Assembly District 79: Pope-Roberts
Assembly District 80: Davis
Assembly District 83: Gunderson
Assembly District 85: Seidel
Assembly District 86: Petrowski
Assembly District 87: Reas
Assembly District 88: Soletski
Assembly District 89: Koehn
Assembly District 90: Van Roy
Assembly District 92: Radcliffe
Assembly District 93: Smith
Assembly District 96: Nerison
Assembly District 97: Kramer
Assembly District 99: Pridemore

The WPPA represents nearly 11,000 active and retired members from almost 400 local associations statewide. With over 75 years of service to law enforcement personnel, the WPPA is recognized as a leading law enforcement association in Wisconsin.

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