But then again, she is pandering, desperate declaiming her deeply conservative cred as she struggles to gain name recognition.
With a handgun by her side, Wisconsin U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir appears in first TV ad. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 6/18/2018)
"Ever have someone threaten your life for what you believe in? I have," Vukmir, a state Senator from Brookfield, says in the ad.
"When Scott Walker and I beat the union bosses, cut billions in taxes and defunded Planned Parenthood, the left couldn't take it," she says. "With President Trump, we can do the same in Washington. Standing on principle takes guts. I know what it takes.
Scott and Leah, just the 2 of them. Together!
The Intruders' "Together" debuted at #100 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week ending April 27, 1967. It spent 9 weeks on the chart, peaking at #48 -- and deserved much better.
Other Leah posts:
UPDATE: Sassy Leah subscribes to Paul Ryan-endorsed plutocrat credo: Let the little people suffer. (12/31/2017)
UPDATE. Sorry, Leah, you'll be fundraising from now until at least August 2018. (10/18/2017)
GOP legislator dubious about Scott Walker budget proposal to cut Elections Commission staff. (3/29/2017)
Dear Mark, You need one of these. Best, Retiring Guy. (5/19/2016)
Giddy over voter ID, Leah Vukmir (R-Brookfield) is also a big fan of redistricting. (5/17/2016)
Meet Wisconsin's version of the Freedom Caucus crazies. (3/17/2016)
While Wisconsin residents demand safe drinking water, Sen. Vukmir and Rep. Kooyenga propose Iran business sanctions. (11/16/2015)
State Senator Leah Vukmir picks Scott Walker's former running mate as her choice for President. (10/24/2015)
ALEC tools Leah Vukmir and Alberta Darling go off the deep end. (9/22/2014)
Reality sandwiched between two slices of Leah Vukmir white bread. (9/15/2014)
Let's connect the dots from Leah Vukmir to the American Legislative Exchange Council. (7/21/2014)
Leah Vukmir's rally line falls flat. (3/7/2014)
What planet was Leah on yesterday? (3/7/2014)