Adam Fischer March 11th, 2022 Press Release

Date: March 11, 2022

To: The Honorable County Chairs of the Republican Party of Wisconsin

From: Adam Fischer, Republican Candidate for Governor of Wisconsin

When I entered the race for the office of Governor of the State of Wisconsin, I entered with no prior experience in politics. As a businessman, lifelong conservative,  and someone who has voted Republican all of my life, there was no question as to which party ticket I would run under. And as a businessman and former police officer, I am no stranger to facing and overcoming very serious obstacles and challenges. I came into this race with my eyes wide open.

As someone with no political background or experience I knew there would be a learning curve that I would face. However, what I did not anticipate or expect, was that the party that I would represent, the Republican Party of Wisconsin, would turn out to be one of the biggest obstacles in my path.
I have reached out to most of the 72 county Chairs of the Republican Party of Wisconsin, asking for the opportunity to speak to their members to inform them about the issues that I am running on. Although some have welcomed me and afforded me that opportunity, time and again, I have been either denied or limited in my ability just to speak to the county members.

In some cases I have been told no candidates will be allowed to speak at an event, only to find that Rebecca Kleefisch and Kevin Nicholson are on the agenda. In other cases, I was told each candidate had 5 minutes to speak, when in fact, I was limited to 5 minutes, but the other candidates were given 20 minutes each. I was under the assumption that the Republican Party was the party that was opposed to censorship. I was under the assumption that the party has not yet endorsed a candidate. Am I being naïve, or has the party changed without telling the voters?

As I travel throughout the state listening to our base voters, I continue to hear a common thread-that the Republican Party does not listen to their base; that the Party “elite” do what they want irrespective of what their base wants. On the other hand, I am encouraged by some County Chairs who have listened to their base and are pushing to eliminate the pre-primary party endorsement. Let the people decide who the Party should endorse-that’s what democracy actually is.

In today’s age of technology, we have no place to hide. In the past, one could disguise their agenda. Those days are long gone. People have more access to information today than ever before. As a result, they know when someone is pulling the wool over their eyes. And those who try risk losing the respect of their base.

Our base has acquired an increased amount of skepticism for the political process. And based on my firsthand experiences I can understand why. If the Republican Party of Wisconsin is truly about representing the people, then let’s show it. Actions don’t lie. Limiting candidates access to the voters because they are not “next in line” confirms the voters skepticism.

As a legal candidate for the office of Governor of Wisconsin, all I’m asking for is what any candidate is asking for-equal access-no more, no less.  I look forward to the opportunity to sharing with your members, the issues I endorse. Your members will know where you stand by your actions.  


Adam Fischer
Republican Candidate for Governor of Wisconsin
Adam Fischer is a grassroots candidate for governor from. He is a former police officer, a past nationally recognized corporate salesman, and is currently a successful businessman.  For more information, see our website at:
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Adam Fischer for Governor
PO Box 540
Oak Creek, WI 53154

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  • Matthew Bocklund (Chairman - Admin)
    published this page in News For The People 2022-03-19 23:52:16 -0500