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Common Core: Wisconsin 6th District Republicans Vote No Confidence In Olsen, Kestell

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Republicans in Wisconsin’s 6th legislative district Saturday made a vote of no confidence for State Senator Luther Olsen (R-Ripon) and State Representative Steve Kestell (R-Elkhart Lake). Olsen and Kestell chair the Education committees in the Wisconsin Senate and House, respectively, and the two have been proponents of the Common Core federal education standard, which is deeply unpopular with grassroots Republicans.

The move puts additional pressure on Governor Scott Walker and Wisconsin Republican legislators to reject the Common Core and adopt Wisconsin-based standards. The state’s education bureaucracy is fully on board with the Common Core. Observers have privately questioned Governor Walker’s commitment to fighting the education bureaucracy in light of the battles with public sector unions in the state.

The text of the resolution (Word doc) appears below.

Resolution of non-support and no-confidence for Sen. Luther Olsen and Rep. Steve Kestell

WHEREAS the Republican Party of Wisconsin adopted a resolution calling for the rejection of Common Core State Standards (CCSS) at the 2013 state convention, for numerous reasons listed therein and

WHEREAS the Republican National Committee at its 2013 spring meeting adopted a resolution rejecting the Common Core State Standards for all the reasons stated therein and

WHEREAS Common Core State Standards are nothing more than a continuation of the past failed programs of the Federal Department of Education and the Wisconsin State Department of Public Instruction that sought to indoctrinate students instead of educating them and

WHEREAS State Senator Luther Olsen obviously has and continues to act as a biased champion for CCSS in Wisconsin and has failed to withdraw his involvement in educational matters in which he has a conflict of interest as between his and his wife’s interests and that of taxpayers and constituents

WHEREAS Senator Olsen and Rep. Kestell have remained manipulative, misleading and unaccountable in their dealings with Wisconsin citizens, even with their own constituents who have repeatedly voiced their wishes and been ignored by Senator Olsen, Rep. Kestell and their office staffs alike and

WHEREAS Senator Olsen and Rep. Kestell appear to have personal and independent motives in their promotion of Common Core State Standards which do NOT reflect the views of the members of the Republican Party of the 6th District, the Republican Party of the State of Wisconsin, and the Republican National Committee and

WHEREAS Senator Olsen and Rep. Kestell do NOT seem to have the ability, inclination or commitment to represent the views and positions of their constituents regarding education issues in the 6th District, the State of Wisconsin and the Republican National Committee;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that Senator Olsen and Rep. Kestell resign their positions as state chairs of the education committee and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Republican 6th Congressional District of Wisconsin, in caucus assembled, assign Senator Olsen and Rep. Kestell a vote of no-confidence and a declaration of non-support and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that copies of this resolution be delivered o ALL Wisconsin Republican legislators and the Governor before April 1st, 2014.

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