Wisconsin President Robin Vos says GOP is ‘open to everyone,’ but yesterday’s Racine County GOP election censored those who backed Vos’ 2022 lead challenger

Yesterday, the Racine County GOP election was held in the home district of Wisconsin President Robin Vos. Attendees were evicted and police action was threatened against attendees who were selectively barred from entering GOP headquarters. It comes after an announcement last week that the county was discriminating against members who supported President Vos’s contestant in the 2022 primary.

Last week, TGP reported that potential and current GOP members from Racine County, Wisconsin, were being selectively denied membership this year because of their support for Adam Steen for representative in the district. Steen ran against current Wisconsin President Robin Vos in the 2022 primary in the district.

This year, the county declined memberships and wrote “Steen” on the rejections indicating that potential members had donated to Vos’s main competitor, Steen. The county treasurer, who would have overseen this process, is the wife of Robin Vos. She was again in the running for the position of treasurer at Racine yesterday. Almost all, if not all of the candidates in yesterday’s county GOP election were connected to President Vos.

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Yesterday’s elections were not open to the public. A local resident who wanted to enter the facility to observe what was going on was kicked out, and the Wisconsin senator who kicked the young woman out threatened to call the police on her.

On the other hand, it looks like at least one person from Dane County was allowed into the facility. According to a report, this year’s event has been classified as private only. This has not happened in the past.

The list of people who have been denied membership in the Racine County GOP now stands at 21.

Below is a video depicting yesterday’s event in Racine County.

Last year, President Vos attended the local meeting and he called for a movement “stronger together” and “open to all”.

Free elections are nowhere to be found in Wisconsin de Vos. His GOP isn’t open to everyone — especially those running against him. He speaks, but his actions speak louder than his words.


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