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    Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack

    This topic is directly related to our OC rights and CC rights in WI.

    WI supreme court elections tomorrow Tuesday the 19th. Vote in Pat. We need the system to uphold our CC and OC rights in this state. Remind others, as I will be doing too.

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    Re: Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack

    To be clear, tomorrow's election is just the primary, not the final election.

    That's not to suggest it's any less important, but to clarify that the Supreme Court seat will not be decided by tomorrow's tallies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoTolerance View Post
    To be clear, tomorrow's election is just the primary, not the final election.

    That's not to suggest it's any less important, but to clarify that the Supreme Court seat will not be decided by tomorrow's tallies.
    True, but you don't want the election to be between 2 libs do you?
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    Re: Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack

    Quote Originally Posted by protias View Post
    True, but you don't want the election to be between 2 libs do you?
    Nope, hence my second paragraph!

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    I was the number 1 voter today. Pat got my vote.

    Sad thing is, I heard yesterday that they expected on 10% of less of the people to vote today.

    JJC

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    That is what I heard on the radio just before I cast my vote for Roggensack. At least we know of 2 votes for sure. So is being a 10 percenter a good thing or a bad thing? I wonder how many of the 90% even know there is an election today or how important it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Grump View Post
    At least we know of 2 votes for sure.
    3. I was 5th in my ward.

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    Un Official Results

    The percentages are as follows:

    State Wide
    Roggensack 59%
    Falone 33%
    Magna 7%

    Pierce County
    Roggensack 56%
    Falone 34%
    Magna 9%

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    VOTE APRIL2nd

    Quote Originally Posted by Law abider View Post
    This topic is directly related to our OC rights and CC rights in WI.

    WI supreme court elections tomorrow Tuesday the 19th. Vote in Pat. We need the system to uphold our CC and OC rights in this state. Remind others, as I will be doing too.
    Once again it is that time of the year. Please vote on April 2nd for this lady and remind like minded ones to vote. Our CC and OC rights could be changed by ONE vote at the WI supreme court if we loose Pat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Law abider View Post
    Once again it is that time of the year. Please vote on April 2nd for this lady and remind like minded ones to vote. Our CC and OC rights could be changed by ONE vote at the WI supreme court if we loose Pat.
    Put in my vote for Pat on Friday. Life will be better when she wins the election.

    JJC

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    Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack easily held off a challenge from Marquette University law professor Ed Fallone in Tuesday's election, winning her second 10-year term on the state's highest court.
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    met an Honorable top local District Court Judge at the counter yesterday. that was pretty cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davegran View Post
    Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack easily held off a challenge from Marquette University law professor Ed Fallone in Tuesday's election, winning her second 10-year term on the state's highest court.
    I do agree. This really was good news!

    This is very mportant in assuring that laws legally passed in Wisconsin, will be less subject to nullification or delay by some liberal judges.
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