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Joint Resolution to Stop Gov. Evers' New Emergency Declaration

 

DATE:                    January 18, 2021

SUBJECT:               Joint Resolution to Stop Gov. Evers' New Emergency Declaration

TO:                       All interested in the 13th State Senate Race

FROM:                  Don Pridemore - Candidate for the Wisconsin 13th State Senate District

CONTACT:             315 East Main Street, Watertown, WI 53094, morepride4@Reagan.com

CELL:                     414-550-2175

Watertown, WI – Don Pridemore fully supports State Senator Steve Nass offering a joint resolution that would immediately end the new COVID-19 emergency declaration issued by Gov. Tony Evers and any orders issued from it. Wisconsin law allows the duly elected members of the Legislature, by joint resolution, to end any emergency declaration. 

Pridemore, Republican candidate for the 13th State Senate District in the special election Feb. 16, said "Governor Evers has overstepped his authority again and again on COVID-19 orders and mandates that violates Wisconsinites' civil liberties. It's long overdue for the Legislature to stop Evers' reign of tyranny, and let people decide for themselves how they want to deal with COVID-19."

"During my 10 years in the Wisconsin State Assembly, during both Gov. Doyle and Gov. Walker's administrations, I never saw a governor violate the constitutional rights of citizens like Gov. Evers has. This has to end, and I call on all members of the State Assembly and State
Senate to support this joint resolution," Pridemore added. 

 

Don Pridemore is the True Conservative running for the 13th Senate District covering the western parts of Washington County, Dodge County, Jefferson and parts of Columbia and Dane Counties. He is a Pro-Life, Pro 2nd Amendment, Pro-America Fiscal Conservative with a track record of fighting for conservative causes. Please help elect Don Pridemore on February 16th.


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