Maya's Sisters of Wisconsin is a registered PAC in the state of Wisconsin committed to empowering African American females to vote and get involved politics. For the 2018 Midterm Election, Maya's Sisters wishes to run a campaign to remove Governor Scott Walker (and State Attorney General Brad Schimel) from office.
Maya's Sisters of Wisconsin is named after Maya Angelo, a talented writer and civil rights activists. Her writings have been a source of inspiration for many African American women.
As you may know, Walker is running to serve his third term in office in 2018.Walker has been a loyal puppet pushing the Koch brothers' agenda. Friends of Scott Walker, a state PAC, has been quite active in the media attacking the record of Democratic Party Gubernatorial Candidate Tony Evers in Wisconsin. Evers is serving in elective office as the Superintendent of Public Instruction of Wisconsin. A recent campaign ad accuses Evers of poor oversight of teachers and endangering children.
State Republican officials are launching an ad attacking Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers for not revoking the license of a Beloit Turner High School teacher accused of sending sexually provocative Snapchat notes to a student. Evers is opposing GOP Gov. Scott Walker.
Reached Tuesday, the former teacher at the center of this latest attack, Dayleen Yoerger, was notably upset — sobbing throughout most of the interview — that her case is being used as a weapon in the governor's race. She said at the time of the incident she was a 23-year-old teacher who was the victim of zealous school administrators.
The Beloit case was dismissed because of a lack of evidence. According to the Town of Beloit police, the student to whom she was sending messages declined to testify against her.
Because Evers has made education an issue in his campaign, the Walker campaign team is using a theme that he left school children “Unprotected.”
In fact, Evers hands were tied, and he could not take action against teachers engaged in inappropriate conduct with their students. Evers had to petition Walker and the Wisconsin State Legislature to change the law giving him the authority to revoke teacher’s licenses.
These campaign ads bash Evers leaving Walker’s misdeeds in office unscrutinized. For these reasons, Maya’s Sister needs your help to get the message out on Walker’s conduct in office.
It was an energized African American female vote that elected Democrat Doug Jones instead of Republican Roy Moore to the US Senate seat in Alabama.
African American females in Wisconsin can be mobilized to defeat Scott Walker!!!
The African American community is concerned about reversing the voter suppression bills which Walker signed into law. Additionally, State Attorney Brad Schimel is a target this campaign season for the African American community because he joined a lawsuit with the state of Texas to strip away the ban on pre-existing conditions provision in the Affordable Care Act. Retaining the ban on pre-existing conditions is vitally important for continued health care coverage. To accomplish these goals, Maya's Sisters is seeking sponsors and donors to finance a series of voter education campaign ads to motivate African American females AND likely leaning Democratic Party voters for the governor and state attorney's race.
The campaign theme will be "Broke the Oath," which refers to actions taken by Scott Walker and Brad Schimel who failed to take timely action to protect and prosecute minors physically and sexually assaulted in, Lincoln Hills, a juvenile prison center in Milwaukee.
Furthermore, the "Broke the Oath" campaign will target State Attorney General Brad Schimel who had delayed processing crime kits for rape victims. These campaign ads will focus on the Lincoln Hills scandal in Milwaukee and the backlog of untested rape kits. Scott Walker has several PACs running campaign ads for him, and Maya's Sisters would like to counter these messages with "Broke the Oath" campaign about Walker and Schimel.
Please donate to help Maya’s Sisters Kick Scott Walker to the Curb. Please visit Crowdpac for more information about Maya's Sisters and to make a contribution click here .
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