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Guilty by Association

In March my opponent posted a rally promotion for some local political incumbents. According to the flyer, those being supported at this rally included Judge Lori Kornblum.

Regardless of what you think of Lori Kornblum (see, for example, an article on Empower Wisconsin's website), there is a tremendous amount of controversy surrounding her, and it appears to have been going on for most, if not all, of her career.

The question I keep asking is why someone running for a local school board position would choose intentionally to associate with such controversy. Clearly my opponent knows who will be attending this rally (he's the one that posted it on his FB page), but perhaps he doesn't know much about Lori. If that's the case, how can I trust my children's future and safety with someone so tone deaf to the policy he engages with?

Another likely scenario is that he's familiar with Lori's judicial principles and policies and agrees with them. In the latter case, I have significant concerns for how he would translate those principles into Hamilton School District policy and what future detriment will come to our children from those policies.

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Apr 03, 2022

Jason Calvi, a Fox 6 reporter reached out to me regarding a now-removed Facebook post. He asked, “I am wondering why you or your campaign decided to link your opponent with the Waukesha Christmas attacker?” Below is the email response I sent to him.

I did not agree with the post, so it was taken down immediately. The summary of the actual issue can be found in the related blog article on, not on Facebook. [This is the blog post to which this comment is attached.]
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