Saturday, April 02, 2011

Bonduel Teachers Save Union Dues

From the Shawano Leader. I take back everything bad I said about Bonduel.

Bonduel teachers give up more than money

By Tiffany Wilbert
Bonduel teachers gave up more than money in their recent contract negotiations with the School Board.

They also gave up tenure, or seniority, in layoff situations - long a key aspect of most union contracts.

Under the two-year contract extension approved last week, however, layoff and subsequent hiring decisions will be based on merit rather than seniority.

“We were disappointed that those sections of the contract were removed — it took a lot of years to have the contract language implemented — but considering the circumstances that the alternative would have been no extension at all, we agreed to it,” said Chris Reinke, BEA president.

Yep, at least they saved the union membership dues. 

The wage freeze ($25,000) and benefits changes (retirement $190,000, insurance $85,000) will save the district about $300,000. The district gained another $35,000 when teachers agreed to drop longterm care insurance and a $45,000 savings with a reduction in the alternate benefit plan for teachers who elected not to take insurance.

The new contract also eliminated the “sick leave bank,” which allowed teachers, after 15 years of employment, to be credited $45 per day for unused, accumulated sick leave. Under the contract extension, teachers will get 10 sick days per year and 120 days maximum.

How can this happen without Gov Walker even passing his plan? Huh! Good for the people running the school district. 

What's Baby Face Tom Nelson Been Up To

It's been a while since I read anything on Baby Face  Tom Nelson. Mark Belling at 1130 WISN coined him Baby Face just so you know.Let's see, seems the paper did a article on the race for Outagamie County Executive. 

From the Appleton P C

APPLETON — When it's all added up, the Outagamie County executive race could turn out to be the most expensive in the annals of the office.

Finance reports filed Monday with the county clerk's office show the candidates, Thomas Nelson and Jack Voight, have raised more than $175,000 since entering the race.

Let's take a look at the money..

Despite his late start, Nelson, 34, has managed to out-raise Voight, 66, nearly 2-1.

To date, he has taken in $113,634 to Voight's $61,600. He has received his largest share of support from the state Democratic Party, organized labor and donors from outside the county.

Individual donors and business interests in the county have made up the vast majority of support for Voight, who has been campaigning since June 2009.

Hummmmm, so Nelson got most of his money from the dems, unions and outside Outagamie county. Who would of thought. Seems Nelson is trying to buy an election. I wonder if the people of Outagamie County will show up and put Baby Face Nelson on permanent retirement?  Maybe Nelson should find a real job for once. 

Vote Voight in Outagamie County.

Friday, April 01, 2011

Wisconsin Union Weekend Part 4

Godfather Trailer

Wisconsin Union Weekend Part 3

You Broke My Heart.

Wisconsin Union Weekend Part 2

It's Union Weekend Part 1

Seems WISN 1130 received Teamsters letter of a boycott. Why not make it God Father Weekend.

World’s Largest HD Screen

Charlotte Motor Speedway to get World’s Largest HD Video Board » Geeky Gadgets

"The gigantic screen will measure 200-feet wide by 80-feet tall and sit near turns two and three along the back of the track. The placement makes it ideal for fans watching from the Turn four to Turn one area of the track. I wonder if they will play any video games on it as they did at Cowboys Stadium when its screen was being installed."

I have to go to Charlotte!

Pat Lucey at 93

From the Green Bay Press

MILWAUKEE — Former Democratic Gov. Patrick Lucey is withdrawing his support for Justice David Prosser for Supreme Court and is throwing it to Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg.

Lucey released a statement to the media Thursday evening saying the campaign has revealed what he called "a disturbing distemper and lack of civility" in Prosser, though he did not cite specifics.

So the Thursday before the election Lucey all of a sudden changes his mind. Why did he first support Prosser and who told him to switch now? And what does he mean by "a disturbing distemper and lack of civility" in Prosser? Maybe Lucey should watch this video

So did his union nurse tell him something else? Did Lucey really say that? With what the left has done so far, I don't think Lucey did what he really wanted to do. A shame the left will do anything. Even to a 93 year old former governor.  

4:30 pm. Here's an update from Media Trackers A quote from Lucey. Oh boy. 

After resigning, the 93-year-old Lucey said of Kloppenburg that she “has adhered throughout the campaign to even-handedness and non-partisanship and has exhibited both promising judicial temperament and good grace even in the heat of a fierce campaign.”


Here Comes $4.00 Gas To Wisconsin

Energy & Oil Prices: Natural Gas, Electricity and Oil - Bloomberg

Nymex Crude Future 107.94 +1.22 +1.14% 14:59
Dated Brent Spot 118.59 +1.34 +1.14% 15:08
WTI Cushing Spot 107.59 +0.87 +0.82% 14:08

Nymex Heating Oil Future 313.81 +2.56 +0.82% 14:57
Nymex RBOB Gasoline Future 315.26 +4.49 +1.44% 14:58"

What The JoAnne Kloppenburg Campaign Doesn't Want You To See

From Charlie Sykes at 620 WTMJ.

Why would anyone vote for JoAnne Kloppenburg?

Kloppenburg, Lake Front Property Poison Like A Salvage Yard

Is anyone really surprised how radical JoAnne Kloppenburg is towards lake front property owners? Richard Moore found more facts about the left leaning supreme court candidate. 

Kloppenburg compares older nonconforming cottages to - Richard Moore:

"“Zoning ordinances must limit, so as quickly to eliminate, nonconforming uses and structures because they would violate equal protection if they did not,” Kloppenburg said. “The Wisconsin Supreme Court has held that it does not violate equal protection to require future buildings to conform to ordinance requirements while allowing pre-existing nonconforming buildings to remain out of conformance. Conversely, it would violate equal protection to allow all pre-existing nonconforming uses and structures to remain unregulated and permanently present.”

What’s more, she said, nonconforming properties were legal poison, and she compared them to a salvage yard in a residential neighborhood.

'No one would go out of their way to figure out how to let that salvage yard stay too long because it is so clearly inconsistent with and harmful to the residential area,” she said. “Under controlling law, structures in the shoreland setback are no different or less noxious.'"

Legal poison? Is she serious? Why would anyone vote for Kloppenburg? Mr Moore closes with this.

Her past is the best indication how she would vote on the high court. If Kloppenburg wins, anti-property rights’ forces will control the court, and could for years to come.

Go read the whole thing and then go vote Tuesday for David Prosser.

John Boehner Might Have Amnesia

Tea Party vs. John Boehner | Try 2 Focus
"Seems Speaker John Boehner has a choice to make when it comes to spending cuts in Washington. Side with the “Washington Way” or remember those who helped put the GOP in the majority in the House."

Seems Boehner might have forgotten how he became speaker. It's good to see great people like Try @ Focus on his case. You need to read all and watch video. 

April Fool's Day

April Fool's Day -- History, Traditions, and Foolishness:

 "Unlike most of the other nonfoolish holidays, the history of April Fool's Day, sometimes called All Fool's Day, is not totally clear. It is not like Halloween, where despite an interesting history, most people just put on Halloween costumes, get candy, and leave it at that. There really wasn't a 'first April Fool's Day' that can be pinpointed on the calendar. Some believe it sort of evolved simultaneously in several cultures at the same time, from celebrations involving the first day of spring.

The closest point in time that can be identified as the beginning of this tradition was in 1582, in France. Prior to that year, the new year was celebrated for eight days, beginning on March 25. The celebration culminated on April 1. With the reform of the calendar under Charles IX, the Gregorian Calendar was introduced, and New Year's Day was moved to January 1."

Thursday, March 31, 2011

D C Republicans Running Scared On The Budget

Listening to Sean Hannity talking to Wisconsin's Paul Ryan on delay on 1130 WISN. He is telling me nothing about the present budget battle and is getting excited about the next budget he is writing. 

Ryan is touting the bill he is writing. Mr. Ryan, what is the difference between the present budget and the one you are writing? The democrats are blocking the bills in the senate now and they will block everything Ryan will bring up in next years budget. To paraphrase him, he said he will have a budget that will cut trillions. Doesn't matter what budget Ryan proposes. Ryan's budget is DEAD ON ARRIVAL. How can he pass the next budget if they can't do anything with the present budget? Ryan will lose on the budget and lose everything this county ever stood for. We are stuck with the democrat senate till January of 2013. 

Do you understand what he is saying? We are SCREWED till the 2012 election and if Obama and the democratic senate is not taken down in 2012, we can kiss this country GOOD BYE forever! 

Ryan and the republican house can't do anything with the budget's, Can't cut spending, can't cut Obama Care, can't do anything and the democrats and Obama know it. He pretty much admitted it on Hannity's show. It's the first time I heard Paul Ryan running scared. Republicans are afraid of shutting down the government and sold their souls to the devil himself!

Ryan and the republicans now in DC sold the voters a pair of goods that they can do nothing with. Go ahead, ask Paul Ryan if after he comes out with his next budget, can they pass it with the democrat controlled senate? Ryan cannot pass anything with Ried and Obama?

WE ARE SCREWED!!!!!!!!!!! Will Paul Ryan just admit it and let us move on. We need different candidates in 2012.

Lakeland Times, Second Time, Holperin Already Deleted Them

We see people are trying to get emails sent to the fleebagers from Madison.

Groups seek emails of Democratic lawmakers - JSOnline

"At least two politically minded groups have made extensive open records requests for emails sent and received by state legislators, two of the groups confirmed Thursday.

A third group has made at least one such request.

A spokesman for the John K. MacIver Institute for Public Policy said the Wisconsin-based think tank had asked for emails from six Democratic legislators dating from the beginning of the year until now. The spokesman, Brian Fraley, said the group was seeking correspondence related to Gov. Scott Walker's budget-repair bill.

Orville Seymer of the group Citizens for Responsible Government said Thursday that his group asked for emails from five Democratic senators dating from Feb. 17 to March 28.

He said the five were Sens. Chris Larson of Milwaukee; Robert Wirch of Pleasant Prairie; Dave Hansen of Green Bay; James Holperin of Eagle River; and Mark Miller of Monona."

Move along, nothing here, Jim Holperin deleted all his files already. Let's look at past history on Holperin.
Remember this from the Lakeland Times. 

The office of the state attorney general told The Lakeland Times this week it has no statutory jurisdiction to offer a legal opinion about a policy adopted by state Sen. Jim Holperin (D-Conover) of routinely deleting emails his office receives.
Yep, Jimbo already got rid of them.

Maybe the Wisconsin Paper of Record, The Lakeland Times will look into this. My mistake, they're  probably already on it. 

Sheboygan Again, Now Vampires

Only in Sheboygan.

Baby sitter gets 30 days for 'vampire' attack:

Updated: Thursday, 31 Mar 2011, 12:50 PM CDT
Published : Thursday, 31 Mar 2011, 12:50 PM CDT

SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (AP) - A Sheboygan man who pleaded no contest to charges that he bit a 3-year-old boy's neck while 'playing vampire' has been sentenced to 30 days in jail.

Mark R. Adams Jr. was convicted of felony child abuse. The Sheboygan Press says the 43-year-old was sentenced Tuesday."

Adams was babysitting the boy in January. He told police that after he watched a vampire-themed show he bit the boy's neck three times while "playing vampire." He also told investigators it was possible he said something about wanting to suck the boy's blood.

Prosecutors say three bite marks were clearly visible.

A message left with Adams' attorney Thursday was not immediately returned.

The criminal complaint says the mother confronted Adams, who said "I'm not a pedophile" and punched her in the face

Moon Bat Lefties Party In Madison

From The WDNR.

Save the Date: Saturday, April 16th

Wisconsin Bat Festival, Madison

Come join the fun and learn about these amazing flying mammals at a family-oriented event. Meet bats from around the world including fruit bats from Africa and the Gigantic Flying Fox of Madagascar. Hands-on science projects and crafts including building your own bat house are also planned. For more information about the Wisconsin Bat Festival, visit "Saving Wisconsin Bats".

Are all the moon bat lefties in Madison going to be their. This is right up their alley. Maybe Governor Moonbean will speak. That's gov Brown from California. I wonder if Ann and Meade will be there.Maybe JoAnne will have time to go to it. 

Hot dog, the crazy batty left in Mad Town. Go bats!

The Real Picture Of JoAnne Kloppenburg

Some quotes from Patrick McIlheran at J S Online. I added the images. 

It's not really how JoAnne Kloppenburg operates but how she really looks.

A look at how Kloppenburg operates - JSOnline:

"So does her career as the state prosecutor working with the Department of Natural Resources. Has she prosecuted judiciously? No. She has shown toward Wisconsinites all the humanity of the Terminator."

Take Wayne Hensler, a farmer, now 82. His 70-acre field south of Lake Mills tilts slightly and is near water, heaven help him. When he was told his runoff was plaguing Rock Lake, he offered to change the drainage. No go: Eventually, the state demanded he give up 7 acres (the best ones, he says) to plant in grass.

Hensler is stubborn, a proselytizing atheist who puts up anti-God billboards. When the court told him to turn over $5,000 to the DNR so it could render his 7 acres useless, he replied no. He was sent to jail immediately, while the state's attorney, Kloppenburg, dug into his bank accounts.

Kloppenburg chased this case from 2004 to, apparently, present, since Hensler says he's going to put in soybeans. She e-mailed a colleague in 2009 to note that Hensler, who'd recently gone through heart surgery, "looked very hale and hearty" as he got hauled off.

Hensler says Kloppenburg showed neither understanding nor judiciousness. "This was more of a hate thing than anything else," he told me.

Connie Helnore of Cedarburg says that at least her case has settled into benign neglect. In 2003, after she and her husband got the necessary permits to use a lot next to theirs to build a house for their daughter, they learned it was wetland, despite it being flat, dry and, according to a DNR staffer, buildable. What's more, their own house was on wetland, the DNR now said, and would have to go.

The DNR relented on the Helnores' house, but thanks to the icily dogged work of Kloppenburg, their other lot remains unbuildable. Whether they can remodel or repair is an open question, says Helnore. As for the lawyer who mulcted them of their investment, Helnore said, "I don't think she cares about people, and she certainly doesn't care about property rights for people. Obviously, she's not getting our vote."

Others may, of course, prefer an inhuman implacability when prosecutors apply the law to the facts of a damp state. If that's you, Kloppenburg's your Javert.

But it does raise the question: If she cannot be judicious when using a prosecutor's power, what will she be like when she's wearing a robe?

No matter which way you look at JoAnne Kloppenburg, She is the face of the  the Wisconsin of Department of Natural Resources. She has never been a judge and how does that give here the right to be on the states supreme court? Will she be the WDNR face on the Wisconsin Supreme Court? Voters in Wisconsin will determine that on Tuesday. 

A vote for Kloppenburg is a vote to take away your land! Talk to Wayne Hensler.

A vote for Kloppenburg is a vote to take away your home! Talk to Connie Helnore.

A vote for Kloppenburg is a vote to take away your freedom! Talk to Wayne Hensler.

A vote for Kloppenburg is a vote for a judge who will be soft on crime. Open the prison gates.

A vote for Kloppenburg is a vote to take away your right to vote! Welcome more voter fraud. Say good bye to voter I D.

A vote for Kloppenburg is a vote to take away your right to bear arms, (concealed carry)!

If you really see the face of JoAnne Kloppenburg, you know the only vote you can make is for David Prosser for Wisconsin State Supreme Court. 

Can you really take the chance voting for JoAnne Kloppenburg?  Can you look into the eyes of your children and grandchildren and tell them you really don't care.

You need to vote Prosser Tuesday April 5th.

Lakeland-Times In Middle Of State Battle

Seems my Wisconsin paper of record, "The Lakeland-Times" is named in the battle on collective bargaining. A couple of quotes from Mr. Moore.

Appeals court puts Times case in center of open meetings dispute - The Lakeland Times - Minocqua, WI: "3/29/2011 10:45:00 AM
Appeals court puts Times case in center of open meetings dispute
Court attempts to kick collective bargaining legal battle to Supreme Court

Richard Moore
Investigative Reporter

A state Court of Appeals has asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to decide a contentious fight over the state's new collective bargaining law, which the Dane County district attorney has challenged in court."

"Plainly, this case has broad statewide implications for the general public and those most directly affected by the challenged Act, in addition to those interested in the manner of its passage ...," the judges wrote in certifying the case to the Supreme Court.

Separation of powers

The appeals court avoided the issue of an actual violation, however, and focused instead on the more immediate jurisdictional questions at hand.

Not so fast

Nonetheless, the judges said, a third case, La Follette v. Stitt, in 1983, muddied the waters.

Go read the whole thing and be educated. 

Superior Wis, No Media Bias Here

No Bias here.

Court vote will gauge state’s political mood | Superior Telegram | Superior, Wisconsin:

 "Published March 30, 2011, 07:00 AM
Court vote will gauge state’s political mood

Get involved A Kloppenburg Early Vote Rally runs 3-5 p.m. today at the corner of Hammond Avenue and Belknap Street. The event includes music and guest speakers.

By: By Ted Sullivan/The Janesville Gazette, Superior Telegram"

In what is normally a sleepy race, the Wisconsin Supreme Court election has taken center stage in the debate over collective bargaining, public employees and the state budget.

Incumbent Justice David Prosser, 68, a former Republican lawmaker, is seen as part of a conservative majority on the Supreme Court, although he told the Gazette his record shows he is in the center.

Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg, 57, is viewed as someone aligned with the left, but she told the Gazette she would be nonpartisan, independent and impartial.

The way you see it is the way this was posted in the online edition. Notice the paper threw in the 3-5pm the edition from yesterday. The article is from Janesville but the paper just had to help the unions in Superior. Naw, no media bias here.

Police and Fire Fighters Thrown Under The Bus

Seems the lefties in La Crosse are trying to throw police and fire fighter unions under the bus. From the La Crosse Trib 

Mayor backs call for police, fire to pay part of health plan, pension

"La Crosse Mayor Matt Harter has joined 38 other Wisconsin city officials in pushing for the state to require police and firefighters pay the same pension and health insurance costs proposed for other public employees.
“I think it’s fair that if one group of employees is going to be required to make contributions, then other groups should as well,” Harter said Wednesday.

The Urban Alliance, representing Wisconsin cities with a population of 10,000 or more, sent a letter to the Legislature’s Joint Finance Committee calling for the change to Gov. Scott Walker’s collective bargaining law.

That measure, now tied up in courts, would require most public workers pay half of their pension contribution and 12.6 percent of their health insurance costs."

You know, if the mayor want's police and fire to pay more in their contracts, why don't they ask and why won't those unions pay more money when they negotiate their next contract?. Why does Scott Walker have to force the issue?

I always read western Wisconsin was left but , this takes the cake. How low will lefties go? 

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Union Mafia Alive and Well In Wisconsin

From Jay Weber at 1130 WISN.

Seems like the Mafia is alive and well in Wisconsin. Above image from Google. 

Threatening letters, what's next? 

Four Down, Twenty Four To Go

From the Green Bay Press

The state will spend an additional $1.6 million on the U.S. 41 reconstruction project and install traffic lights instead of roundabouts at two key Brown County interchanges.

A series of traffic lights will be installed at the Oneida Street and Lombardi Avenue intersections with the highway, which is undergoing a seven-year, $1 billion reconstruction over 14 miles.

Two roundabouts were being considered at each interchange as part of the project in Brown County. Wisconsin Department of Transportation officials say they have not completed the design for the intersections and the exact location and number of traffic lights were not available Tuesday.

First, how can thy spend an extra $1.6 Million? What was the original coast of the roundabouts.?

I hope the people of Brown county stop the roundabout madness while they still can.  

4 down, 24 to go.We are not Europe, dump the roundabouts. 

Liberal Dems, Teachers, Unions, We Won, You Lost

Patrick McIlheran of the Journal Sentinel has a great read. Here's a a slice of reality. 

How bitter it is no longer to rule unopposed - JSOnline:

"Compromise? It consisted of Republicans agreeing to the Democrats’ general direction and being granted, in turn, the right to complain, as long as they kept it quiet."

Lee says the destabilization in all this was the rise of talk radio. That’s interesting, as it suggests the Democrats’ vision of compromise cannot stand the vigorous expression of an opposing viewpoint. Before talk radio, conservatives could be dissatisfied, vote for Lee Dreyfuss and feel still worse in the morning. Solitarily, too: Before talk radio, newspapers and broadcasters, offered a spectrum of views from centrist to Trotskyite. Of course things were more peaceful if during this 40-year slide any critical questioning occurred only in conservatives’ own heads.

I’ll tell you why things are bitter: It’s because until lately, liberals in Wisconsin, having for years had the field to themselves, presumed the state was their possession. They grew unused to having to contest things politically and so lost the habits of fighting civilly. They did not know, and in some quarters still do not know, how civilized people differ.

Liberal left, let me put it to you as simple as I can. 

"We won, you lost, get over it!"

2011 Dog Depredations by Wolves in Wisconsin

2011 Current Dog Depredations by Wolves in Wisconsin - WDNR:

(listed by date)
Date...... County ..........Pack ........................Dogs
3/10/11 Iron. Morrison Creek. 1 dog killed (Beagle, female, 3 years)

3/25/11 Ashland. Magee Creek. 1 dog killed (Collie, male)

30 Years Ago, The Ronald Reagan Assassination Attempt / The Ronald Reagan Assassination Attempt

"“Honey, I forgot to duck.” President Ronald Reagan’s bantering words were intended to ease his wife’s anxiety as he lay in a hospital after being shot in the chest on the afternoon of March 30, 1981, a quarter of a century ago today.

His aides likewise reassured the public, downplaying the severity of his wound. Yet the President had lost almost half his blood and was described by one doctor as “on the brink.” What’s more, the mechanism intended to assure continuity of national leadership in such a crisis was not working."

What a GREAT man we almost lost that day.

PSA, WDNR's Spring Hearing Schedule

DNR's spring hearing and Conservation Congress meeting locations | | Wisconsin Outdoor Fun Wisconsin Hunting, Fishing, Camping| Wisconsin Hiking, Biking, ATV:

"On Monday, April 11, there will be 72 public hearings, one in each county starting at 7:00 p.m. where individuals interested in natural resources management have an opportunity to provide their input by non-binding vote and testimony to the Department of Natural Resources, Natural Resources Board and the Conservation Congress on proposed hunting and fishing rule changes and advisory questions."

Adams Adams County Courthouse, County Board Room A230, 402 Main Street, Friendship, WI 53934
Ashland Ashland Senior High School, 1900 Beaser, Ashland, WI 54806
Barron Old Barron County Courthouse, Lower Level Auditorium, 330 E. LaSalle Ave., Barron, WI 54812
Bayfield Drummond High School Auditorium, 52440 Eastern Ave., Drummond, WI 54832
Brown Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (SC132), 2740 W. Mason St., Green Bay, WI 54313
Buffalo Alma High School Gymnasium, S1618 STH 35, Alma, WI 54610
Burnett Burnett County Government Center, Room 165, 7410 County Road K, Siren, WI 54872
Calumet Calumet County Courthouse, Rm. B025, 206 Court Street, Chilton, WI 53014
Chippewa Chippewa Falls Middle School Auditorium, 750 Tropicana Blvd., Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Clark Greenwood High School Cafeteria, 306 W. Central Ave., Greenwood, WI 54437
Columbia Wayne E. Bartels Middle School, 2505 New Pinery Rd., Portage, WI 53901
Crawford Crawford Co. Courthouse, Room 200, 220 N. Beaumont Rd., Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
Dane Schwan Performing Arts Center, Monona Grove High School, 4400 Monona Dr., Monona, WI 53716
Dodge Horicon City Hall, 404 E. Lake St., Horicon, WI 53032
Door Sturgeon Bay High School Auditorium, 1230 Michigan St., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
Douglas Solon Springs High School, 8993 E. Baldwin Ave., Solon Springs, WI 54873
Dunn Dunn County Fish and Game Club, 1900 Pioneer Ave., Menomonie, WI 54751
Eau Claire South Middle School Auditorium, 2115 Mitscher Ave., Eau Claire, WI 54701
Florence Florence Natural Resource Center, 5631 Forestry Dr., Florence, WI 54121
Fond du Lac Theisen Middle School, 525 E Pioneer Rd., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54935
Forest Crandon High School Auditorium, 9750 US HWY 8 West, Crandon, WI 54520
Grant Lancaster High School, Hillary Auditorium, 806 East Elm St., Lancaster, WI 53813
Green Monroe Middle School, 1510 13th Avenue, Monroe, WI 53566
Green Lake Green Lake High School, Small Gym, 612 Mill St., Green Lake, WI 54941
Iowa Dodgeville High School Gymnasium, 912 Chapel Street, Dodgeville, WI 53533
Iron Iron County Courthouse, 300 Taconite Street, Hurley, WI 54534
Jackson Black River Falls Middle School, LGI Room, 1202 Pierce Street, Black River Falls, WI 54615
Jefferson Jefferson County Fair Park Activity Center, 503 N. Jackson, Jefferson, WI 52549
Juneau Olson Middle School Auditorium, 508 Grayside Avenue, Mauston, WI 53948
Kenosha Bristol Elementary School, 20121 83rd Street, Bristol, WI 53104
Kewaunee Kewaunee High School Auditorium, 911 Third Street, Kewaunee, WI 54216
La Crosse Onalaska High School, 700 Hilltopper Place, Onalaska, WI 54650
Lafayette Darlington High School Auditorium, 11838 Center Hill Road, Darlington, WI 53530
Langlade Antigo High School, Volm Theater, 1900 10th Ave., Antigo, WI 54409
Lincoln Tomahawk Elementary School, 1048 East King Road, Tomahawk, WI 54487
Manitowoc UW-Manitowoc Theatre/Auditorium, 705 Viebahn Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220
Marathon D.C. Everest Middle School Auditorium, 9302 Schofield Avenue, Schofield, WI 54476
Marinette Crivitz High School Auditorium, 400 South Avenue, Crivitz, WI 54114
Marquette Montello High School Community Room, 222 Forest Lane, Montello, WI 53949
Menominee Menominee County Courthouse Basement, Courthouse Lane, Keshena, WI 54135
Milwaukee Nathan Hale High School, 11601 W. Lincoln Ave., West Allis, WI 53227
Monroe Tomah Senior High School, Cafeteria, 901 Lincoln Ave., Tomah, WI 54660
Oconto Suring High School, Cafeteria, 411 E Algoma St., Suring, WI 54174
Oneida James Williams Middle School, Auditorium, 915 Acacia Lane, Rhinelander, WI 54501
Outagamie Riverview Middle School Auditorium, 101 Oak St., Kaukauna, WI 54130
Ozaukee Webster Middle School Commons, W75 N624 Wauwatosa Road, Cedarburg, WI 53012
Pepin Pepin County Government Center, County Board Room, 740 7th Ave. West, Durand, WI 54736
Pierce Ellsworth Senior High School Auditorium, 323 Hillcrest, Ellsworth, WI 54011
Polk Unity High School, 1908 150th St. Hwy 46, Balsam Lake, WI 54810
Portage Ben Franklin Junior High School Auditorium, 2000 Polk St., Stevens Point, WI 54481
Price Price County Courthouse Board Room, 126 Cherry St., Phillips, WI 54555
Racine Union Grove High School Performance Center, 3433 S. Colony Ave., Union Grove, WI 53182
Richland Richland County Courthouse, Courtroom, 181 West Seminary, Richland Center, WI 53581
Rock Pontiac Convention Center, 2809 N Pontiac Dr., Janesville, WI 53545
Rusk Ladysmith High School Auditorium, 1700 E. Edgewood Ave., Ladysmith, WI 54848
Saint Croix St Croix Central High School Commons, 1751 Broadway St., Hammond, WI 54015
Sauk UW Baraboo Sauk County, Lecture Hall A4, 1006 Connie Road, Baraboo, WI 53913
Sawyer Hayward High School Auditorium, 10320 Greenwood Lane, Hayward, WI 54843
Shawano Shawano Middle School, LGI Room, 1050 S. Union St., Shawano, WI 54166
Sheboygan Sheboygan Falls High School Auditorium, 220 Amherst Ave., Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
Taylor Fair Grounds, Multi purpose building, Hwy 64/ Hwy 13, Medford, WI 54451
Trempealeau Whitehall City Center, 36245 Park St., Whitehall, WI 54773
Vernon Viroqua High School Commons, 100 Blackhawk Drive, Viroqua, WI 54665
Vilas St. Germain Elementary School, 8234 Hwy 70 West, Saint Germain, WI 54558
Walworth Delavan-Darien High School, 150 Cummings St., Delavan, WI 53115
Washburn Spooner Agricultural Research Station, W6646 Highway 70, Spooner, WI 54801
Washington Washington County Fair Park, 3000 Cty Hwy PV, West Bend, WI 53095
Waukesha Waukesha Co. Tech. College, Richard Anderson Ed. Center, 800 Main Street, Pewaukee, WI 53072
Waupaca Waupaca High School Auditorium, E 2325 King Rd., Waupaca, WI 54981
Waushara Waushara County Court House, 2nd Floor Old Court Rm., 209 S. St. Marie St., Wautoma, WI 54982
Winnebago Webster Stanley Middle School Auditorium, 915 Hazel Street, Oshkosh, WI 54901
Wood Pittsville High School Auditorium, 5459 Elementary Avenue, Pittsville, WI 54466