Waukesha County Taxpayers Association is endorsing Chuck Wichgers for the 83rd Assembly district which includes Muskego, Waterford, Town of Waukesha, Vernon, Big Bend, East Troy, Hales Corners, and Milwaukee.
Chuck Wichgers is a true fiscal conservative and the only candidate willing to sign the “Grover Norquist Taxpayer Protection Pledge.” Chuck has public and private experience as a Waukesha County Supervisor and Muskego City Alderman and currently as small business owner. During his public service, worked tirelessly to fight against crony capitalism which he fought and won for local taxpayers. If elected, Chuck has proved himself a taxpayer champion, and will not go along to get along.
Chuck is a fierce 30 year pro-life advocate and believes in the right to bear arms with the highest available NRA rating of A(Q).
The Waukesha County Taxpayer Association is accepting requests for endorsements. To begin the process email President Steve Welcenbach at Alchem1@earthlink.net. He will conduct a phone interview with you to begin the process.
Waukesha County Taxpayers Association endorsed Supervisor Jennifer Grant introduced the resolution to oppose a regional tax for a Milwaukee arena.
WAUKESHA – Top Waukesha County officials next week will consider crafting a resolution opposing a regional tax on the county for a new sports and entertainment arena, County Board Chairman Paul Decker confirmed Wednesday.
Elected county officials have for months voiced their disdain over any new regional tax to finance the potential replacement orretrofitting of the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee.
The members of the Menomonee Falls Taxpayers Association (MFTA) have decided to form a new organization, the Waukesha County Taxpayer Association (WCTA) that will address the issues that affect taxpayers at the county level.
According to MFTP President Steve Welcenbach, the success of the Menomonee Falls based group has triggered the effort on a county wide basis. “We are looking forward to working at the county level to help reduce the size of government and protect the taxpayers,” Welcenbach said.
“The Taxpayer groups that I have been involved in have always served as an information source for voters in the spring elections. Since these elections are not subject to party primaries candidates are basically on an honor system regarding their conservative philosophies. That hasn’t always worked out so well for the taxpayers. We will be monitoring the voting records of our elected county and local officials. We will be informing the public on where they stand on the issues. Groups like this keep officials honest. It makes for good government.”
More information on both groups can be found at MFTax.org or WaukeshaTaxpayers.wordpress.com