Reader: I want a proven leader
I want a PROVEN leader as our next U.S. Senator from Wisconsin. That leader is Leah Vukmir. Leah will support President Donald Trump.
Other Wisconsin leaders have endorsed Leah Vukmir. They include U.S. Congressmen Sean Duffy, Jim Sensenbrenner, Paul Ryan and Glen Grothman. Leah has the endorsements of Reince Priebus, First Lady Tonette Walker, State Sen. Tom Tiffany and 16 additional Senators, State Rep. Rob Swearingen, Rep. Mary Felzkowski and 48 additional State Reps. The NRA has given Leah Vukmir an exclusive endorsement. She is endorsed by Wisconsin Right to Life, Pro-Life Wisconsin and Wisconsin Family Action.
The Republican Party of Wisconsin endorsed Leah Vukmir in May at their state convention.
So, won’t you please join me and endorse Leah Vukmir by voting for her in the Wisconsin Primary Election Tuesday, Aug. 14. All polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
Mike Cady, Arbor Vitae
Former educator supports Sheriff Hartman
If one were to ask, “Who won the Emmy for best actor in 2017,” or “Who was the MVP in the National League in 2017,” most people may have difficulty answering the question right away even though those names were in the local and national news. Then if one were to ask, “Who was your favorite teacher,” most people would know that answer and respond in a positive description of that teacher. Educators also respond positively when asked, “Who were your favorite students,” with fond memories of those students. For me, retired with over 38 years as a teacher and administrator, Sheriff Grady Hartman is one of those positive students.
I remember Sheriff Hartman as a dedicated student, both academically and in activities. He was a leader in both areas with high personal values and was respected by other students. As Grady grew into a young adult and graduated from UW-River Falls in business management, he wanted to help others. He was on the police force in Baraboo, but wanted to come back to the area, especially Oneida County. He was hired as a Rhinelander Police officer, then as an Oneida County Deputy who moved up in rank in the department. Because of his continued education classes in law enforcement and business management, his interview skills and his motivation, Grady Hartman was appointed Oneida County Sheriff by Wisconsin’s governor , won the election in the next round, and wants to be our Sheriff again in 2018. Outside of work Sheriff Hartman is married to Tracy and they have seven children; and he has served on other Oneida County boards and works with our county’s youth by coaching and advising those young people.
Besides the positive experiences I have had with Sheriff Hartman, I did go on the Oneida County website to better understand the duties, responsibilities, job experience and accomplishments of Sheriff Hartman as he has led and protected our county over the years. Sheriff Hartman, without hesitation, is the best candidate for Oneida County Sheriff.
Keith G. Young, Rhinelander