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For years Republicans traditionally sat at home during the spring elections.

“It’s just for school board and judges,” they would say and then stay home.

Now you all wonder how we got to where we are now. Well, "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." -- Edmund Burke.

It is time to start taking control of your community. Most upcoming elections are going uncontested and some are even soliciting write-in candidates.

At this point, the best you can do is support and vote for Judge Hagedorn, judgehagedorn.com/judicial-philosophy, and get your votes out for the best conservative candidates on the ballot on April 2.

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It would be neat if we can believe that Judge Hagedorn’s opponent Lisa Neubauer is neutral, however, her record proves she is not. Her husband, Jeff Neubauer, was a Democratic assemblyman and Wisconsin State Democrat chair, and her daughter Greta Neubauer is a current Democrat assemblyperson. Conflict of interest?

This race is important because the Wisconsin Supreme Court is the last resort. We cannot have liberal/social justice extremists dictating law from the bench.

Please vote April 2.

Anna Morgan, Lodi

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