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Meet and Greet with Judge Lisa Neubauer – January 13, 2019

The Grass Roots Organization of Waunakee and Middleton Action Team welcomes Court of Appeals Chief Justice Lisa Neubauer

Sunday, January 13th

Common Ground
2644 Branch St. Middleton, WI 53562
Middleton, WI

Potluck Supper Starting at 5 pm
Cash Bar
Judge Neubauer will speak at 6 pm

$5.00 Room Charge n Dinner on us!

Meet Appellate Court Chief Judge Lisa Neubauer who is running in early 2019 to be our next Supreme Court Justice. She has worked in the law for over 30 years, the last ten as an appellate court judge. She says she is ”running because I care about making sure our court is fair, impartial, independent, and upholds the rule of law. Now, more than ever, we need our courts to protect the rights of all Wisconsinites and the fundamental principles of our democracy “Ask her questions and learn about her qualifications, experience, and record of accomplishments. Find out why as of October 21, 2018, over 300 judges throughout the state support her for Supreme Court Justice. Judge Neubauer lives in Racine with her husband, Jeff. She is the proud mother of three children.

SEPTEMBER 23rd — BRACING FOR THE MIDTERMS: MARK POCAN ON ELECTION SECURITY & MORE

BROUGHT TO YOU BY GRASS ROOTS ORGANIZATION OF WAUNAKEE AND MIDDLETON ACTION COMMITTEE

U.S. Congressman Mark Pocan will speak at Common Ground 2644 Branch St., Middleton,  Corner of Branch at Century Ave.

Sunday, September 23,
Dinner Starting at 5 pm, Cash Bar, Mark will speak at 6 pm
$5.00 at the door covers room charge and Potluck Dinner on us.

GROW and MAT are hosting Mark Pocan on Sunday evening, September 23, to speak about what Congress is doing to promote secure US elections and other issues of interest related to the upcoming midterm elections. Rep. Pocan’s presentation will include opportunity for questions.

Election security has caught the attention of Congress, and Mark Pocan’s Secure America’s Future Elections Act is one of the best measures that’s been introduced. With 25 cosponsors as of late August, the bill would require paper ballots and routine hand-counted audits in all 50 states, in addition to addressing several other aspects of election security.