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  An open letter to national conservative groups [By Seven Conservative Wisconsin Bloggers]
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Last EditedHomegrown Democrat  Sep 06, 2011 02:37pm
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AuthorOwen Robinson, Kevin Binversie, James Wigderson, Steve Eggleston, Patrick Dorwin, Tim Gray, and Ben Froland
News DateTuesday, September 6, 2011 10:00:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionTo: Chris Chocola, Club for Growth
The Honorable Jim DeMint, junior senator from the Great State of South Carolina

It is with great disappointment that we have learned of the efforts of some conservatives on the national level to try to dictate to Wisconsin conservatives their choice for the United States Senate seat being vacated by Democratic Senator Herb Kohl. This is a tremendous opportunity for Wisconsinites to elect a second conservative senator worthy of holding the office, and one that Wisconsin conservatives will take very seriously. This is not only a choice of ideology but of character, and it is our responsibility to bring Mark Neumann's lack of character to your attention. While we do not question Neumann's past contributions to conservatism while he was a Congressman, his actions during last year's campaign are completely unbecoming of a conservative candidate.

We respectfully request the national conservative groups and individuals to take a second look at their endorsement of Neumann. We ask that since many of them missed the opportunity to come to Wisconsin during the recent battles over collective bargaining for state employees and the recall elections, they come to Wisconsin now to talk to true Wisconsin conservatives to find out what they think of Neumann before attempting to foist their choice upon Wisconsin.
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