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Oneida County Conservative Candidates: 2024 Spring Republican Voter Guide

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The 2024 Spring election is April 2nd. Click here to find out where to vote!
Here is a list of races and polling locations.

View a list of all the conservative & Republican candidates by Wisconsin county Here.


Wisconsin Spring 2024 Referendum Questions

YES to both.

QUESTION 1: “Use of private funds in election administration. Shall section 7 (1) of article III of the constitution be created to provide that private donations and grants may not be applied for, accepted, expended, or used in connection with the conduct of any primary, election, or referendum?” – Vote YES

QUESTION 2: “Election officials. Shall section 7 (2) of article III of the constitution be created to provide that only election officials designated by law may perform tasks in the conduct of primaries, elections, and referendums?” – Vote YES


2024 Spring Oneida County Conservative Candidates

Here are the candidates as recommended by the Oneida County Republican Party’s Facebook Page:

PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE VOTE:
Former President Trump has won enough state primaries to secure the Republican nomination, but your vote of support for him will give good feedback to the Republican National Committee, so please vote!!

🇺🇸NON-PARTISAN LOCAL ELECTIONS:
Oneida County Circuit Court Judge Branch 2:
We have two very good Conservative candidates running for this judicial seat:

Michael Fugel, Oneida County Corporation Counsel. See www.electfuglejudge.com for Mike’s resume.

Mary Sowinski, Oneida County Asst. District Attorney. See www.sowinskiforjudge.com for Mary’s resume.

*Note: 34th Assembly District Representative Rob Swearingen has endorsed Mike Fugle.

🇺🇸Oneida County Supervisor:
In this Spring Election, only 3 of the 21 Districts have contested elections. For the three Districts being contested here are our voting recommendations:

🇺🇸District 6 Pelican (Wards 1,3,4) –Seat held by Conservative Debbie Condado.
Please vote for the incumbent Debbie Condado.

🇺🇸District 10 Newbold (Wards 3,4)–Seat held by Conservative Jim Winkler.
Please vote for the incumbent Jim Winkler.

🇺🇸District 15 Lake Tomahawk (Ward 1) Newbold (Wards 1,2)–Seat held by Conservative Mike Roach.
Please vote for incumbent Mike Roach.

🇺🇸Municipal Seats (Town Supervisor, etc.)
If there is a municipal election in your town, please ask neighbors or phone the Town Clerk to learn more about the candidates and their values. Learn who the conservative candidates are before voting.

🇺🇸School District (School Board)
In Oneida county we have the School Districts of Rhinelander, Lakeland Union School District (Minocqua), Woodruff, M-H-LT J1 and Three Lakes. Again, please do your inquiries and try to learn who the conservative candidates are before voting.
🇺🇸For the Rhinelander School Board election:
PLEASE VOTE FOR…………….David Holperin
PLEASE VOTE FOR……………..Ronald Counter
PLEASE VOTE FOR………… Patricia Townsend

❌DO NOT VOTE FOR Liberal – Benjamin Roskoskey

🇺🇸Municipal/School Referendums:
Depending on the School District where you live, there may be a School Referendum to obtain additional funding for our schools.
The choice is yours, but we believe a vote “YES” in these school referendums is an investment in the future of our Northwoods.

🇺🇸A FINAL REMINDER🇺🇸
Our non-partisan Spring Elections typically have low 20-30% voter turnout.
It is sad that 20-30% of voters get to make decisions that will affect 100% of us.
In the past 250 years ago, more than 1 million American soldiers have died defending this nation, preserving freedom and the right to determine our destiny. We determine our destiny at the ballot box.
Please honor these soldiers by voting on Tuesday, April 2, 2024.
Thank you,
Your Republican Party of Oneida County

Jim Piwowarczykhttps://www.wisconsinrightnow.com/
Jim Piwowarczyk is an investigative journalist and co-founder of Wisconsin Right Now.
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