ICYMI: RPW Hosts National Day of Action across Wisconsin

MADISON, Wis — In case you missed it, the Republican Party of Wisconsin (RPW) hosted its National Day of Action on Saturday, November 19th.

Over the course of the weekend, over 100 new poll workers were registered with several hundred phone calls banked on behalf of the RPW.

As part of the National Day of Action, twenty-three prospective Republican candidates for county and local public office in La Crosse gathered for a Farm Team Training Session in La Crosse, Wisconsin, hosted by RPW Chairman Brian Schimming. The event included several presentations with insights offered on campaign fundraising, messaging, and organizing.

Chairman Schimming highlighted the work of RPW and local Republicans are doing to organize ahead of the 2024 election cycle. “Our party is mobilizing and is in a good place heading into 2024,” Schimming said after the training session concluded. “From record poll worker registration to a clear edge in voter enthusiasm, Wisconsinites are fed up with the failures of Joe Biden and the Democrats and are ready to get our country back on track with Republican leadership.”

With chaos on the world stage and 79% of Wisconsinites saying the economy is on the wrong track, America’s comeback depends on Republicans mobilizing support for the long campaign ahead. Wisconsin voters trust Republicans to turn the page on failures of Democrat policies and are ready to deliver that change at the polls.