Skip to comments.1 in 5 Wisconsin voters are still undecided about who they will vote for in tomorrow's election
Posted on 08/13/2012 4:24:59 PM PDT by Syncro
1 in 5 Wisconsin voters are still undecided about who they will vote for in tomorrow's election.A new poll reveals that even though the election is TOMORROW an unusual amount of voters are still undecided as to who they are going to vote for. 1 in 5 voters is still searching for a candidate to vote for...That makes our push to keep our 'Tea Party Supports Mark Neumann' ad running through election day critically important..We need to stay in front of these undecided voters as they make up their mind who to vote for - these are the voters that will decides the winner of TOMORROW'S election.
Yeah, like Mourdock and Cruz? That's pretty lately. And the Tea Party Express helped pull them both over the top.
Who were your candidates in those races?
Yea, I am pretty testy, spitter! Being attacked by "conservative" "tea party" tag teamers brings it out in me.
Let's not make this thread into a ridiculous sideshow like you and your tag team did to that one.
Syncro can only parrot and carpet bomb information from outside groups who have no clue about Wisconsin politics.
I traveled all over WI last week, and met with hundreds of Tea Partiers who were for Neumann.
One of them who co founded the WI 912 group had been for weeks going across the state and found support for Neumann everywhere.
Stop spreading misinformation on this thread, Sideshow.
If Syncro advocates for a candidate in your state, be sure to vote for the other guy.
Oh good advice. How clildish! Nice to see you would have campaigned against Cruz and Mourdock.
Thanks for the clarification, and I didn't think that was your reason.
No one should vote because of any group's endorsement, but should vett the candidates themselves of course.
Like promoting Jon Bruning in Nebraska (a mediocre establishment type) & Sarah Steelman in Missouri and bashing their opponents.
Not to mention the idiotic choices in 2010, nearly single-handedly pushing Sharron Angle to the nomination and guaranteeing Dirty Harry another term. What a disaster!
The group may be well intentioned but they are just not very well informed.
Thanks for you input!
I’m not going to legitimitize your “not very well informed” comments on this thread.
Post that comment on the thread in the smokey back room that you guys hijacked and I will tear it apart there.
TPX was in WI all last week, and talked to hundreds of WI conservatives.
Kirstin Lombard, co founder of WI 912, spoke at one of the events put on by tea partiers across the state.
She traveled the state as a Neumann supporter and found a lot of support for him across the state.
She is very good at explaining Neumann's positions vs the other candidates, and converted many to Neumann's side while talking to those that were formerly supporting others.
Thanks for your input!
I don't think he got 50 big ones from Obama like Solyndra did. Nor did he go bankrupt and rip off money from the government.
Neumann is a home builder that incorporates solar into the homes he builds.
Here is a comment about Neumann back a ways:
He decries the Obama stimulus but defends the solar tax credits installed under the Bush administration, which have benefited his solar-energy companies.
I’m having a very hard time figuring out who to vote for... Even though I’ve had a chance to talk with all the candidates one on one, I’m still stuck.
I’ve known Tommy for years. He’s not the most conservative, but he was pretty good. I actually like the idea that he won’t be a permanent senator due to his age.
Hovde talks a good game. I was in the room when he made his “sob story” comments. Unfortunately, he has little history.
Fitzgerald has great credentials, but gives me a Will Ferrell vibe.
Mark Neumann is clearly a conservative, but his negative ads against Walker and other candidates make me very wary. I don’t think he’s a bad guy and his congressional record is very solid.
I hate being in the position to make a choice in the polling place. I keep going between Hovde and Neumann with a bit of Tommy thrown in. Maybe I’m not a “real conservative,” but my first and foremost goal is keeping Tammy Baldwin out of the Senate.
I would definitely nix Thompson.
Here is some information that is pretty damning of his ideas:
Cultivating Green Tieranny: RootsMore on that from the WI 912 Project:
Written by Kirsten Monday, 06 August 2012 22:32
The first in-depth article in this series dealt with a significant but little-known Agenda 21-based agreement established in 1998 by Governor Tommy Thompson between the State of Wisconsin and the German state of Bavaria. That agreement would become a refining fire for dangerous ideas already percolating in Wisconsin. In 1999 those ideas would take more definitive shape in an elaborate proposal for the Green Tier program.
Did Governor Thompson know what he was signing? Remarks made by both Thompson and Schnappauf on the occasion of the MOU's signing make it nearly impossible to believe Thompson was anything but fully informed as to the content and nature of the agreement. Both men refer to the aims spelled out in the agreement. They refer to globalist aims and socialist approaches. In fact, Thompson asserted: "It's government's job to help others do what's right," thereby granting verbal as well as written consent to the agreement's purpose and signaling fully considered participation in its aims.Seems to me like the conservative thing to do is find out as much about each candidate as possible (which is what you are doing), then pull the lever.
Thanks for your input!
Many political experts and members of the media are predicting an upset in tomorrow's Wisconsin U.S. Senate primary. There is no doubt that it will be a very close race...
What were seeing in Wisconsin is the same thing weve seen in Missouri, Nebraska and across the country the proven conservative surging and winning, said Neumann campaign manager Chip Englander.
Living in Wisconsin, my wife and I have gotten numerous campaign calls and surveys asking who we planned to vote for. Our pat answer was that we were undecided. I refused to give the information they asked for. As the polls don’t open for another hour, I am still not sure but am leaning toward Neuman. Yep, I’m conservative.
Fitz is gonna come in last. If you don’t want TT you gotta go Hovde, his lack of experience aside.
"I'm not going to go out and attack other groups that's not what we should be focused on. I encourage people to go out and work for their candidate whoever their candidate may be," said Kremer.I encourage all input that is not filled with contentious rhetoric designed to be antagonistic and fills no useful purpose for the continuation of Conservativsm and TPM ideals.
Hopefully the Tea Party Express endorsed candidate will lose, as they did in Nebraska and Missouri.
Neumann is just a bad campaigner - he's responsible for putting Russ Feingold in the Senate - and has made himself unpopular with a large number of Wisconsin conservatives.