Republicans Host Endorsed Candidates June 4, 2010 - Greendale

May 31, 2010


David Karst


RPMC Chairman




For Immediate Release May 28, 2010












Join the Republican Endorsed Candidates in Greendale on June 4




The Republican Party of Milwaukee County is hosting an event for endorsed Republican Gubernatorial candidate Scott Walker at the Harmony Inn on Friday, June 4, 2010.




“We are excited to host this event on behalf of the next Governor of the State of Wisconsin”, said Karst, Chairman of the Republican Party of Milwaukee County.




The Republican Party of Milwaukee County has confirmed that Ron Johnson, endorsed Republican United States Senate candidate will be in attendance at the event.




“We are proud of both endorsed candidates and look forward to working with their campaigns in the future”, said Karst. Milwaukee County just hosted an historic Republican Party of Wisconsin State Convention event last weekend with 1700 delegates/alternates in attendance, and the momentum is continuing to build for the GOP and their candidates.






Date: Friday, June 4, 2010


Time: 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.


Location: Harmony Inn


5601 Broad Street, Greendale, Wisconsin


Cost: $30.00 per person, $60.00 per couple, $75.00 (Single with Photo of Scott)


Host: $125.00 (2 tickets & photo) $250.00 (4 tickets & photo)


$500 (8 tickets & photo)


All of the above tickets include light supper. Cash bar


Sign up on line at:


For Further Information call 414-727-1220


or visit the RPMC website at




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