MADISON, Wis. — Milwaukee and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch will play host to a gathering of Republican lieutenant governors and second-in-command candidates beginning Sunday.
The session, organized by the Republican State Leadership Committee and its Republican Lieutenant Governors Association, runs from Sunday through Wednesday morning at undisclosed locations in Milwaukee, and is expected to be the “largest gathering of Republican lieutenant governors in history,” according to RGLA spokeswoman Jill Bader.
The organization chose Milwaukee to showcase Wisconsin’s success story, and the fight in Republican Gov. Scott Walker and his trusty lieutenant, Bader said.
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