Promote the conservative cause.
Become a member of the Republican Party of Langlade County. Request a membership for at email@example.com
Get Involved with local government including your local School Board, Town Boards, City Council, or County Boards.
This grassroots level is where change is made.
Just because local politics and elected offices are non-partisan, that doesn't mean we have to let the liberals dominate our local elected offices. It's time everyone get involved in some way. It's as simple as attending a meeting. They are all open to the public. You don't have to say anything. Just your presence in the room will get their attention. Below are lots of ideas for what YOU can do.
Trickle up elections work. Getting more conservatives to run for School Board, County Board, Town Board, and City Council brings out more conservatives to vote for State and Federal offices.
Come to our monthly meetings and bring a friend. Our best method to spread the conservative word is through word of mouth. Talk to people about your conservative values and what we can do through the RPLC.
Call a State Legislator
Write an editorial for the Antigo Journal and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Attend a meeting of a local Governmental Agency
Lower level Safety Building
Antigo School Board
Click on District, then on School Board
Middle School IMC (Library)
Everyone has an opinion. Yours matters. Write an editorial and get the discussion going. Don't allow the Liberals to control the conversation.
Submit to Antigo Journal editor Kevin Passon email@example.com
Spring Election: 4/5/2022
Partisan Primary: 8/9/2022
General Election: 11/8/202
Results of electing conservatives to our School Board and County Board.
The proof that conservative values work in local government.
Transitioned to a small conservative majority during the 2020-2022 term. Conservative leadership team took over during this same time. In April of 2022, we expanded our majority even further and will retain the leadership role.
Antigo School Board
We had one conservative, Danny Pyeatt on the board prior to 2021 when we added Dave Bardo and Jill Mattek Nelson. Even suffering through a 6-3 minority year, they did make progress by exposing some of the mistakes the board had made. In April of 2022, we re-elected Dave Bardo and electing Kristen Mattmiller and Angi Schreiber and now have a 5-4 majority.
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