Organize - educate - act
Organize - educate - act
This is a very important event so please make every attempt to attend. Jefferson Davis will cover the 53 election integrity vulnerabilities that must be addressed to ensure safe and secure elections in the future. The gaslighting of the public regarding our elections needs to stop and the only way we can make that happen is to educate the public and our elected officials on the Truth of our elections' vulnerabilities. Please attend and invite your friends, family, and elected officials. We can no longer allow ourselves and our elected officials to use plausible deniability for their silence and inaction. For more information.
For those interested, we will have Patriots of Ozaukee gear available at the event (cash only).
Immediately contact your municipal mayor/president asking them if they are using or plan to approve the use of electronic poll books (aka Badger Books). WEC is lying to our municipal clerks regarding the security and safety of these devices. They are another serious vulnerability to our election system/process. In Ozaukee County the City of Cedarburg and most recently City of Mequon has made this mistake. IMPORTANT: The Village of Saukville is considering or possibly already approved these devices. If you live in the Village of Saukville, contact them immediately to stop. Also contact your municipalities asking them if they are considering these devices. If they are let us know ASAP.
To learn more about these devices please attend The Truth - Election Integrity event on November 28.
To find your municipal representatives click here.
Please contact your Wisconsin State Legislators regarding the impeachment of Meagan Wolfe, the former Administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, regarding allegations of maladministration in office and potential violations of election laws. Ask them this simple question: "Do you support the resolution to impeach Meagan Wolfe and, if not, please provide the reason why." Keep it that simple.
Below are the legislative representatives for Ozaukee County. Determine which Senate and Assembly district you live in for the correct contact. Better yet, complete this worksheet so you know who represents you at the local and state level and keep their phone numbers and email on "speed dial". For a complete overview of Ozaukee County elected officials, please go our Entities page.
Wisconsin State Senate
Wisconsin State Assembly
UPDATE: Madison WI: November 7, 2023: The attempt by Representative Janel Brandtjen from the 22nd district to advance the impeachment resolution against Meagan Wolfe on the Wisconsin Assembly floor was purposely ignored by the assembly members. Despite Brandtjen’s efforts, it is evident that her resolution vote was an orchestrated effort by the assembly, led by Speaker Vos, not to address the resolution. This blatant dismissal raises questions about the integrity of the assembly and shines a light on the influence that Speaker Robin Vos has over certain members.
Robin Vos needs to be held in check along with those minions who blindly follow him.
Appeared in the November 16, 2023 News Graphic
This past week, two joint resolutions were voted on in the Wisconsin State Legislature regarding election integrity: 1.) a resolution that would prohibit state and local governments from using privately sourced money (aka “Zuckerbucks”) to “conduct” elections and 2.) a resolution stating that only a United States Citizen can vote in elections. The other important aspect of these resolutions is that, if passed, they will be presented to “We the People” for final ratification as amendments to the Wisconsin State Constitution on a statewide ballot in 2024. As legislators, regardless of your stance on these resolutions, why would you vote against allowing “We the People” to make that decision? In Ozaukee County we are represented by two WI State Senators, Dan Knodl and Duey Stroebel and three WI State Representatives, Deb Andraca, Paul Melotik and Rob Brooks. I would like to thank Knodl, Stroebel, Melotik and Brooks for their YES votes and ask why Andraca voted NO. Why didn’t she, as an elected representative of the people, vote to give the people the power to make this important decision? Is she against self-governance and the concept of “We the People” being allowed to have the final say in adding amendments to our state constitution?
Scott Rishel - Ozaukee County Supervisor, District 14 Grafton
Just three years after Wisconsin became a state in 1848, a regulated deer hunting season was established. 1897 marked the first year a deer hunting license was required with a cost of $1. Wishing all our deer hunters a blessed and safe weekend.
Join us for our monthly Patriot Social (the second Thursday each month) with a Christmas theme! Thursday, December 14 from 7 - 9pm at Rebellion Brewery in Cedarburg. There is no agenda for these socials, just a chance to get to know other Patriots and like-minded people and enjoy some Christmas Cheer. We will have some prizes for good patriot boys and girls! We always meet a few new faces each time - thank you to all who have come in the past!