VOTE! Tuesday, April 7, is ELECTION DAY

Vote button.jpgIt’s Spring Nonpartisan General Election time and we want to be as helpful to you as we can. Sometimes the referendum questions can be confusing, and honestly, we know it’s hard to take the time to research the candidates before you get to the polls. That’s why we’ve created a Voter Information Publicationjust for you!

Did you know there’s a statewide referendum dealing with the selection of the Supreme Court Justices on the ballot?  We explain the referendum for you onyour Voter Information Publication HERE!

Did you know there’s a statewide race for the Wisconsin Supreme Court? Read about both candidates for Supreme Court JusticeHERE in your Voter Information Publication. The homework is already done for you!

Did you know….Wisconsin Family Action PAC has endorsed Judge James Daley for the Supreme Court Justice race?  Read more HERE.

Did you know….Wisconsin Family Action urges you to vote “YES” on the referendum on how we select a chief justice for our state supreme court?

In-person absentee voting ends this Friday, April 3.

More information HERE on our Election Central page of our Wisconsin Family Action website!

Two Statewide Issues on April 7 Ballot: Know Before You Vote!

vote smartOn Tuesday April 7, Wisconsin will hold its spring nonpartisan general election. Early voting in the clerks offices is underway now through Friday April 3. Two statewide issues are on the ballot: a race for a seat on Wisconsin Supreme Court and a referendum that would change how Wisconsin selects a Chief Justice of the state Supreme Court.  Wisconsin Family Council has voter information on the two candidates and on the referendum.

To get our educational Voter Information Publication visit and click on the slide on the home page or call 888-378-7395 and request print copies. General voting information with sample ballots is available on our Election Central page HERE.  We urge all voters to get informed and then vote your values.

Wisconsin Election Results Should Bode Well For Families; Wisconsin Family Action PAC endorsed candidates do well

MADISON— Wisconsin Family Action PAC (WFA PAC) issued the following statement from WFA PAC director Julaine Appling regarding Tuesday’s election results.

“We heartily congratulate Governor Scott Walker on his victory. In addition, we congratulate Brad Schimel on winning the Attorney General’s race and the Senate and Assembly Republicans on not just holding their majorities but increasing them.

“Wisconsin voters understand that Wisconsin’s greatest resource is her married dad-and-mom families. Exit polls show that these are the very folks who voted in sizeable numbers for Governor Walker and the other conservative winners in this election. These families know that when they are strong and independent of government, our state is strong. This election gave us leaders who will advance policies that enable families to become or remain independent of government—and that helps the entire state. We are proud of the work our organizations, Wisconsin Family Action and Wisconsin Family Council, in addition to WFA PAC, did to help secure conservative victories statewide.

“We look forward to working with Governor Walker, leadership in the Senate and Assembly, as well as with many of the individual legislators who we know are rock-solid on marriage, family, life and liberty, to advance an agenda that will truly be in the best interest of our state. We are especially pleased that other WFA PAC-endorsed candidates such as Devin LeMahieu (SD 9), Janel Brandtjen (AD 22), Mike Rohrkaste (AD 55), Jesse Kremer (AD 59), and David Heaton (SD 85) will be joining the state legislature. These strong leaders will be important as we look to advance our agenda that will strengthen and preserve marriage, family, life and religious freedom in Wisconsin.

”It’s also encouraging to have Glenn Grothman headed to Washington, D.C. We have no doubt that Glenn will carry high in the US House of Representatives the pro-family, pro-life, pro-liberty, pro-liberty banner just as he has done so admirably in our state legislature for many years. Wisconsin Family Action PAC is proud to have endorsed Glenn and long-time Member of Congress Jim Sensenbrenner. Wisconsin’s strong and proud tradition of good governing is well represented in Congress.

“As exciting as last night was, the business of governing is far different from that of campaigning. We encourage newly elected, re-elected and ongoing elected officials to put principle ahead of politics and character ahead of convenience, and the people who elected them ahead of power. If that happens, we know Wisconsin will indeed continue to move Forward!”

Click HERE to read full press release.

Walker Wins; WFA PAC-Endorsed Candidates Claim Victory in General Election

WALKER 4 More Years 2014Wisconsin Family Action PAC (political action committee) extends congratulations to the following endorsed candidates who won their respective races in the general election:


Scott Walker 52%

US House of Reps

CD5 F. James Sensenbrenner, Jr  69%

CD 6 Glenn Grothman 56%

State Senate

SD9 Devin LeMahieu 60%

State Assembly

AD22 Janel Brandtjen  70%

AD55 Mike Rohrkaste 57%

AD59 Jesse Kremer (unopposed)

AD63 Robin Vos  64%

AD85 David Heaton 50%

Comprehensive election results may be found HERE.

Read WFA PAC press release HERE.

Authorized and paid for by Wisconsin Family Action PAC and Wisconsin Family Action Federal PAC, Judith Brant, Treasurer. Not authorized by any candidate or by any candidate’s agent or committee. GAB ID 0501400

Wisconsin Families Working Together Make a Difference in This Election

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Elections are GREAT Opportunities for Families

With an important election just 5 days away, Wisconsin Family Action/Wisconsin Family Council offers families some last-minute ideas for what they can do to make a difference. Ideas include campaigning together this weekend as a family for a candidate they support—knock on doors, hand out literature, make phone calls. Have older kids call through the church directory and simply remind everyone to vote on Tuesday. Make homemade yard signs and put them in the yard reminding people to vote. Julaine Appling says, families really can have an impact on this election.

Julaine Appling, president of WFA/WFC states, “Elections are a great opportunity for families to instill in their children an appreciation for and an excitement about elections in this great republic. They should sense from their parents that voting is an important responsibility and that every vote matters. Doing election related activities together builds memories and really can make a difference in an election.”

Vote PRO-LIFE on November 4, Election Day in Wisconsin!

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We are down to DAYS before the Fall General Election. Have you armed yourself with solid information before casting your vote, your voice at the ballot box?


Click HERE: WFA Voter Guide


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Emily’s List Tells Blatant Lie in Attack Ad on WI Governor

Outside pro-abortion group, Emily’s List, has come to Wisconsin to do one thing: oust Governor Scott Walker.  In a recent television attack ad on the governor, Emily’s List states “Now Walker is forcing some women to undergo a transvaginal probe to get an abortion.”

Read more HERE and HERE.

NOTE: Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin (PPAWI) is launching it’s first-ever television ad in a gubernatorial race TODAY. More HERE.

Governor Scott Walker

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker


Wisconsin Family Action Julaine Appling has strong words for these disingenuous advertisements, “We worked hard to help pass this law that is now being grossly distorted for political gains. The law clearly indicates that the woman can choose the type of transducer she prefers for the ultrasound. There is nothing in the bill that requires or forces a woman to use a certain type of transducer.  This type of blatant lying and perverting of the truth does nothing to help Wisconsin voters.”

Governor Walker has been endorsed by Wisconsin Family Action PAC.  Read endorsement HERE.

WISCONSIN: How do your candidates rate? Here’s how to find out!

After hundreds of hours of careful research and evaluation by WFA staff and volunteers from across Wisconsin, WFA’s extensive Online Voter Guide is ready and available!

WFA VG SCREENSHOTS2WFA’s Voter Guide provides evaluations of the candidates on your ballot, along with the background information you need to make an informed decision when you cast your vote.  The candidates are rated on a scale of “Very Liberal to “Very Conservative” making it easy for people to get a general idea before voting.

Vote ratings, endorsements, candidate statements on the issues, and more are available for you to review – all in ONE CONVENIENT PLACE!

All you have to do is LOG IN HERE, enter your address, and the WFA Voter Guide will do the rest!

You can access the November 2-14 WFA Voter Guide directly by clicking HERE!


  1. Please share this link with your friends and family so that they, too, can acess this very useful voter information resource.
  2. Download copies of WFA’s Voter Guide for other voters in your district, then hand them out!
  3. Sign up for our weekly Family E-Connection HERE for updates, information and news you can use on issues that are important to you!
  4. Call our office at 608-268-5074 for questions or assistance.  WFA stands ready to help you during election season, and every day!

Wisconsin Family Action PAC Endorses Scott Walker for Governor

Governor Walker’s work on behalf of Wisconsin’s families warrants another term

Governor Scott WalkerMadison— Today Wisconsin Family Action PAC announced its endorsement of Scott Walker for Wisconsin governor. Julaine Appling, WFA PAC director, commented:
“Time and again over the last four years, Scott Walker has shown that he understands that Wisconsin’s best resource is her married dad-and-mom families. When these families are strong and independent, Wisconsin is strong.  (more…)

EARLY In-Person Voting in Wisconsin Begins MONDAY 10/20

Box_VoterGuide_2014Can’t get to the polls on November 4 for Wisconsin’s General Election?


Simply drop in at your nearest clerk’s office and vote during regular business hours from

Monday, October 20 through Friday, October 31.


***Click HERE for your PERSONALIZED Statewide VOTER GUIDE!***

Click HERE for more information about early in-person (absentee) voting and where to vote.

Wisconsin Voter Guide NOW AVAILABLE

Question about votingTake the guesswork out of voting on Tuesday, November 4.
YOUR Personalized 2014 Voter Guide Is Now READY!
Wisconsin Family Action is pleased to offer your best voting resource for the Wisconsin General Election in November – the WFA Voter Guide – now available online at, your “go-to” site for non-partisan information on Wisconsin candidates.
“Very liberal” to “very conservative” – How do your candidates rate?
WFA’s voter guide provides evaluations of the candidates on your ballot, along with the background information you need to make an informed vote. Vote ratings, endorsements, candidate statements on the issues, and more are available for you to review.
How does your personalized 2014 Voter Guide work?
click here.jpgYou can access the Voter Guide at
Simply log in, enter your address, and the WFA Voter Guide will do the rest!
How can you help others vote their values on November 4 in Wisconsin?
  • Share this link with friends and family.
  • Print your guide and take it to the polls.
  • Vote pro-family values!
Wisconsin Family Action stands ready and available to assist you during election time.  If you have any questions, need assistance, or would like an individual print version of the 2014 Voter Guide, contact our office direct at 608-268-5074.
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