MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Tuesday, February 19th is Primary Election Day in Wisconsin, and there is one major race statewide and a few smaller races in both Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties.
“You try to seek common ground and you always focus on the institution’s interests ahead of your own personal interest,” Ed Fallone said.
“We’ve got to lighten up. I want the courtroom to become friendly with each other. I want them to work as a team of seven,” Vince Megna said.
In Waukesha County the focus is on the five Republicans running in the 98th Assembly District.
The race began in the 98th Assembly District when Paul Farrow won his bid for state Senate.
“I will be ready, job-ready on Day One. I can jump in the budget. I already know what’s going on with the governor’s budget because I worked in the administration for two years already,” Tarantino said.
“At the end of the day, I’m the conservative that people can trust to vote like a conservative and I won’t take moderate positions on things like immigration or voter fraud or education,” Neylon said.
Long-time Pewaukee Police Chief Ed Baumann boasts plenty of civic experiences. He was unavailable for an interview due to a family medical emergency.
“When you have someone younger like myself and someone who hasn’t been working in Madison for their career, you have someone who knows how the real world really works,” Morzy said.
“I don’t think it’s always about having the right political connection and being streamlined and ready to go. I think it’s more about sometimes taking a step back, looking at the process, and fully analyzing it,” Greenwald said.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.