Wisconsin's republicans don't see any problems with a change in White House political strategy.
Some political analysts now say the democrats have a good shot at winning a House majority this November and that reportedly has the White House changing strategy. Now concentrating on those House seats at the expense of governors' races. Does this mean anything for Wisconsin's Mark Green?
State GOP Executive Director Rick Wiley says no. He says White House and national republican support remains strong. In fact, Vice President Dick Cheney will be in Milwaukee next month to help raise money for the GOP's Victory Program. The proceeds go to a get-out-the-vote fund for the republican ticket statewide with Mark Green at the top of that ticket.
Wiley says despite the State Elections Board ruling regarding Green's federal PAC money, the campaign is in good shape. Of course, the Democrats would argue the point.