ICYMI: County Republican Parties Host Women’s History Month Events in Kenosha and Wausau

[Kenosha, WI] – In case you missed it, to commemorate Women’s History Month and ahead of the April 5 spring election, this weekend county Republican parties in Kenosha, Wausau, and across the state held door launch events to support women candidates running for local offices.

In Kenosha, County Executive candidate Samantha Kerkman and Court of Appeals candidate Maria Lazar were joined by candidates for County Board.

After candidates rallied volunteers, participants knocked on hundreds of doors despite the below-freezing temperatures. Read more about the Kenosha event in the Kenosha News here.

In Wausau, Senator Ron Johnson and State Senator Mary Felzkowski headlined the event, where they spoke to the importance of electing conservatives to local offices.

Over six local candidates spoke about their visions for more freedom and less government intervention in our daily lives before volunteers gathered to knock on doors and make phone calls.

“A historic ‘red wave’ is coming, and conservative women are leading the way,” said Republican Party of Wisconsin Communications Director Anna Kelly. “Americans are enthusiastic to elect more women to offices from school board to Congress, and Wisconsin Republicans are excited to be part of another transformational election year.”