Friday, May 3, 2013

Bought and Paid For

School choice group's spending on Rick Gudex's Senate campaign pays off. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 5/2/2013)

Daniel Bice opens his "No Quarter" column with this unequivocal statement:  Rarely has the political payoff for a special interest group been as quick or blatant.

The Wisconsin Page

It bears repeating.   Spending more than $325,000 in the race, the American Federation for Children and the AFC Action Fund made the race such a point of emphasis in order to bolster an already strong coalition of elected officials who are supportive of educational choice 

Perhaps just enough money to make the difference in Gudex's razor-thin margin of victory.

Drawing a line in the sand.

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