“And In This Corner...”
Russ Otten, RPSC Chair
Fellow Freedom Fighters, this is an exciting time with so much work ahead of us! So, get strapped in for an incredibly active summer!
First, I am thrilled that the next RPSC Board meeting will be at Globe Lanes in Random Lake on Monday, June 13. I believe this is the first time that the Board will meet away from the HQ and in the southwestern part of Sheboygan County. This is part of our commitment to reach every part of Sheboygan County. The doors will open at 5:30PM for food and beverages with the meeting starting at 7:00PM. We look forward to seeing you there for a spirited discussion on key events and issues. Please see the attached agenda for a list of topics.
Second, How to Win Spring Elections (HOWSE) Round 3 will be held on Monday, July 18, at Braveheart Pub in Sheboygan. Doors will open at 5:30PM with the meeting to follow at 6:30PM. Round 2 was lively with several key steps taken in building our plan for victory next Spring (see attached meeting notes). Several people agreed to be watchdogs and report on key issues for the Sheboygan Area School Board and Sheboygan Common Council. We need watchdogs for the Sheboygan County Board. If you are interested in learning more, please let me know. Recent events in Kiel show how crucial it is to have leaders who follow the Constitution, not the radical Leftist movements to radically change our culture. We need you to step up and get involved!
Third, "2000 Mules" is now in its 3rd week at Marcus Theaters in Sheboygan. The RPSC paid for messages on 3 electronic billboards when it first arrived, thanks to Paul Hankins, who spearheaded this effort. Many are seeing this riveting movie about how human "mules" were used by the Left to dump thousands of illegal ballots into drop boxes during the 2020 Presidential election. Please take a friend, neighbor, or co-worker who doubts that this election was stolen. They will be blown away with the truth!
Fourth, please march with over 100 Freedom Fighters in the Fourth of July Parade in Sheboygan. This is your chance to make an impact in the community. Bring your family and friends for a 1-hour walk that will show the growth and power of our movement. Bring signs (respectful, please). Wear patriotic colors. And bring a smile to the crowds as they see what freedom really looks like. We will be handing out small American flags as well. You will receive an email soon with details of where and when to gather along with a request to sign up in advance. This is going to be fun!
Fifth, there will be a primary for State Senate 9th District. Ruth Villareal, fellow Freedom Fighter, filed her nomination papers last week with over 500 signatures. She is challenging incumbent Sen. Devin LeMahieu. The primary will be on Tuesday, August 9th. Per our policy, the RPSC will not endorse either candidate during a primary. All RPSC members and Freedom Fighters are encouraged to support and activate for their chosen candidate. Amy Binsfeld has no primary opponent for State Assembly 27th District. Terry Katsma also has no primary opponent for State Assembly 26th District. The RPSC website will include information on each of these candidates in the next week.
Finally, Sen. Ron Johnson recently broke a record for most nomination signatures with approximately 30,000 gathered by his team. https://www.ronjohnsonforsenate.com/2022/06/01/sen-johnson-files-record-breaking-30000-nomination-signatures-for-2022-u-s-senate-election/. Ruth Luedtke is the point person for Sen. Johnson in Sheboygan County and led the push for nomination signatures. Great job, Ruth!
There are many ways for you to use your God-given talents to make a difference. Please get involved and bring a friend along. We are growing this movement one person at a time. If you know someone that shares our values, invite them to check out our website, maybe even join the RPSC. So many people are disillusioned and concerned with our communities. They need to know that there is hope and that they are part of the majority. Your simple invitation might be all they need.
God bless you all!