Wisconsin Democrats Pump Big, Out-Of-State Dollars Into School Board Elections

Wisconsin Democrats Pump Big, Out-Of-State Dollars Into School Board Elections


While Badger State voters have rejected “Zuckbucks” in Wisconsin elections, campaign finance figures show big, outside money in local, so-called nonpartisan races is here to stay. 

That’s particularly true of the deep-pocketed Democrat Party of Wisconsin, which continues to outraise the Wisconsin GOP by massive amounts. 

A review of campaign finance records shows the DPW targeted some 15 public school districts statewide, delivering hundreds of thousands of dollars in in-kind contributions to help elect leftist candidates. The donations mainly cover the costs of mailers and other supporting efforts. 

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In the Waukesha School District alone, arguably the epicenter of Wisconsin’s battle over pre-K-12 education, the party had recorded north of $43,000 in in-kind contributions for Stephanie Fidlin and Angelique Byrne — two of five school board

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