NEW BILLBOARD Welcomes Hillary Clinton to Wisconsin
Billboard and LeftandLefter.com highlight the scandals of Clinton and Feingold
Madison, Wisconsin – This week, Hillary Clinton will rally Democrats in Milwaukee during her first visit to the state as a Presidential candidate. Clinton’s visit comes on the heels of the release of the latest batch of e-mails from her private account, which revealed 125 now-classified e-mails which were transmitted from her private server housed in a bathroom closet. In response, the Republican Party of Wisconsin has launched a billboard in Milwaukee welcoming Clinton and launched LeftandLefter.com, which highlights the scandals and broken promises of Hillary Clinton and Senator Russ Feingold.
Hillary Clinton’s Widening E-mail Scandal
- Last month, Clinton’s e-mail server was seized by the FBI, in addition to a thumb drive that contained copies of work e-mails from the server.
- Recent polls show the scandal has taken a major toll on Clinton, and reveal a record number of Americans have an unfavorable opinion of her.
- Democrats across the country are bracing themselves for the possibility of a full-blown FBI investigation into Clinton and her aides – which would likely result in a crushing general election defeat if she were to become the Democratic nominee.
Senator Russ Feingold’s Broken Promises
- Senator Feingold broke his own “garage door pledge” to raise most of his campaign funds in Wisconsin after the National Journal analyzed campaign finance reports, revealing 57% of his money raised came from outside the state.
- Some of Feingold’s largest donations come from elite Hollywood liberals such as Steven Spielberg, JJ Abrams, and Bradley Whitford.
- After spending his career railing against big money in politics, Feingold started a PAC, Progressives United, and turned it into a slush fund to line his pockets and the pockets of his former staff.
“With Hillary Clinton possibly facing a full-blown FBI investigation and Senator Feingold seemingly breaking every campaign promise he’s ever made, the similarities between these two sinking campaigns are striking,” said Chris Martin, Communications Director of the Republican Party of Wisconsin. “Voters deserve real leadership – and all Democrats offer are candidates and ideas from yesterday.”