Rebecca Kleefisch Makes Campaign Stop In Fond du Lac

Wisconsin Republican candidate for Governor Rebecca Kleefisch made a campaign stop in Fond du Lac Tuesday, August 2, 2022 at the American Legion on Fond du Lac Avenue.

Kleefisch is hitting the road hard in the 8 days before the Republican primary August 9. The Fond du Lac stop was one of six Tuesday, as part of her take back Wisconsin tour.

During her talk, Kleefisch stressed she is the only candidate with experience. Referencing back to her eight years as Wisconsin’s Lt. Governor under then Governor, Scott Walker from 2011 to 2019.

Kleefisch told the 35 people in attendance, “I’ve shown you who I am, and that is who I will be.”

“I’m facing the same inflation you all are.” Kleefisch said. “That really is my minivan in my ads and it has 230,000 miles on it.”

Kleefisch blamed the inflation and condition the state and country are in on Governor Tony Evers and President Biden.

Kleefisch said if she is elected, she will make Wisconsin affordable again, safe again and make Wisconsin Government small again.

“We have the momentum, but we need the turn out at the polls to beat (Tony) Evers.” She said

Kleefisch ended her talk by saying getting a Republican in the office isn’t good enough. “It has to be me because I am the only one that can put this together.”

The Republican primary is Tuesday, August 9th. Kleefisch is running against Tim Michels, Adam Fischer and Timothy Ramthun. Polls are open from 7 AM to 8 PM.