Endorsement of District Attorney Mindy Tempelis

Endorsement of District Attorney Mindy Tempelis

REPUBLICAN PARTY OF OUTAGAMIE COUNTY ENDORSEMENT OF MINDY TEMPELIS FOR OUTAGAMIE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY


The Republican Party of Outagamie County is proud to announce its support and endorsement for the election of Mindy Tempelis to her current office of Outagamie County District Attorney. Mindy Tempelis has served our county proudly and diligently for the past 17 years, and was appointed as District Attorney by Governor Scott Walker in 2017.  She has prosecuted thousands of cases in the county while implementing a number of policies regarding domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, human trafficking, and officer-involved matters. Further, Mindy has proven to be a strong voice for crimes against women and children.

The Republican Party of Outagamie County believes Mindy is the best suited for the role as Outagamie County District Attorney. We are therefore encouraging all of our members and supporters to support and vote for Mindy Tempelis in the Primary on August 11th, and again in the General Election on November 3rd for Outagamie County District Attorney.

Make sure to like Mindy on Facebook and check our her website for more information and updates about the campaign!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindytempelis/

Campaign Website: https://www.electmindytempelis.com/


Help Mindy Get on the Ballot!

Please also consider signing nomination papers for Mindy Tempelis to make sure she is on the ballot for the election! You can find her nomination form at https://bit.ly/3bm2kuK. Once signed, please follow all instructions regarding nomination forms here: https://bit.ly/2yruyG0, and return the form by mail to the address listed on the nomination form.

April 7th, 2020 Spring Election Information

On April 6th, Governor Evers attempted to move the April 7th election to June. This comes after the Governor himself said in a tweet it would be illegal for him to make such a decision without legislative approval (See tweet here: https://twitter.com/GovEvers/status/1245503949232193536). The Wisconsin Supreme Court then struck down the order, making the election continue as planned for April 7th. YOU CAN STILL VOTE IN PERSON ON APRIL 7th!!


ABSENTEE BALLOT CHANGES: The United States Supreme Court has overruled the lower court decision to allow absentee ballots to be submitted and counted until April 13th. However, they have allowed absentee ballots POSTMARKED by April 7th to be counted until April 13th. This is to alleviate as much of the confusion and burden that this Governor created for the electorate as possible. This also eliminates the ability of people to vote after election day and for political parties to ballot harvest the votes they need if indications aren’t in their favor. We encourage everybody. if able, to not rely on the Postal Service and drop off their ballots in person to minimize chances your ballot does not make it in time.


⇒ You can still vote in person on April 7th ⇒ Your absentee ballot will be counted  as long as it’s postmarked on or before April 7th and received by April 13th. ⇒ If you have any issues voting, you may contact us (https://www.ogop.org/contact/) or report them here: https://wisgop.org/report-voting-issues/


CANDIDATES TO VOTE FOR: ⇒ Justice Daniel Kelly for State Supreme Court ⇒ President Donald Trump for the Republican Presidential Nomination

April 7th, 2020 Spring General Election and Absentee Voting

April 7th, 2020 Spring General Election and Absentee Voting

On April 7th, Justice Daniel Kelly needs our support again for his reelection to the Wisconsin State Supreme Court.

His opponent Jill Karofsky has pledged to be a “Social Justice” Justice on the Supreme Court. Instead of upholding the rule of law, Jill Karofsky will use the court to legislate for her own political agenda and social justice issues. READ MORE >> https://wisgop.org/karofsky-social-justice-justice/

Justice Daniel Kelly has been a proven Justice on the Supreme Court since being appointed by upholding the rule of law. Justice Kelly has garnered numerous endorsements of sheriffs, district attorney’s, judges, and others across the state.

Justice Kelly is the clear choice for Supreme Court on April 7th!


If you want to skip going to the polls on election day, you can still make your voice heard, consider voting absentee! All information regarding absentee voting can be found here: https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/

GOP Tax Cut Plan

GOP Tax Cut Plan

Thanks to our terrific Republican Legislators, they proposed more tax cuts to put more money back in YOUR pocket!

Some of the proposed measures include:

  • Income Tax Reduction
  • Personal Property Tax Cut
  • Debt Repayment
  • Rainy Day Fund Deposit

The state of our wallet is strong, and our Republican legislators are fighting to make sure you get to KEEP your money while paying down our state’s debt. It’s a WIN WIN. To quote State Assembly Speaker Robin Vos… “Cutting taxes and reducing debt. It’s what #Wisconsin Republicans do.” (https://twitter.com/SpeakerVos/status/1228429350346858497)

Get out and VOTE on February 18th!

Get out and VOTE on February 18th!

Justice Daniel Kelly needs our support in the February 18th primary. Don’t sit on the sidelines, get out and vote!

To find out more information about what is on your ballot, where to vote, absentee voting, and whether or not you are registered, please go to https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/

Justice Daniel Kelly will uphold our rule of law, and ensure redistricting is done FAIRLY this coming year. Moreover, one of Justice Kelly’s opponents, Judge Karofsky, has also called upon the Wisconsin State Legislature to restrict YOUR gun rights (read more at https://wisgop.org/karofsky-limit-firearms/). If that’s not enough, Judge Karofsky will attempt to legislate her personal opinions from the bench (read more at https://wisgop.org/icymi-jill-karofsky-social-justice-warrior/).

These are just a few reasons why we need to reelect Justice Dan Kelly. He is a proven Justice who will uphold our State’s Constitution, the rule of law, and not legislate and advocate his personal opinions from the bench.