The Republican Party of Wisconsin will open four permanent regional campaign offices across Wisconsin, including one in Waukesha.
The offices are meant to help build the Party and prepare for the mid-term elections, according to a release. Other offices are located in Eau Claire, Green Bay and Madison. Grand opening celebrations are scheduled for this Saturday, January 26.
The program represents an unprecedented off-cycle investment made by the Republican Party of Wisconsin leading up to the 2014 midterm and gubernatorial elections, according to the release.
Regional Field Directors have been meeting with Party leaders and conservative activists across the state since early January. They are tasked with building County Party organizations, developing a strategic coalition outreach program, enhancing the Party’s online outreach efforts, and mobilizing the Republican grassroots army to continue identifying Republican voters.
“The investment in our future made by the Party will help ensure that we have the organization needed to be successful in 2014 and beyond,” said Joe Fadness, Executive Director of the Republican Party of Wisconsin, in the release. “The Party is unified in its cause and motivated to organize now as we construct an impressive operation that will span all 72 counties and ensure that Republicans build on recent successes at the state level.”
This is not the first time the Republican Party opens a campaign office in Waukesha.