Earlier this year we noticed yard signs advertising "Winker for Assembly"--which did NOT mention the candidate's Party affiliation.
There's a reason for that: the District is about 2-1 Republican. The last thing WEA member Winker needed was to advertise her Democrat creds.
Oh, yah, and her endorsements (at that time):
...Moms Demand Action, Clean Wisconsin Action Fund, National Association of Social Workers, and WEAC, not to mention Sierra Club and the Firefighters (who are extreme (D) supporters and who can become ......rowdy). This last is not a surprise, as Melissa's hubby is a firefighter. ...
Only thing she's missing is a lover letter from AOC.
Anyhow, Winker decided to push the envelope.
...On October 18, Melissa Winker for Wisconsin posted Dittrich’s full home address in a graphic along with the status, “I take the role of a representative seriously. Your elected Republican representative HAS NOT met in session for over 6 months AND won’t answer questions from the League of Women Voters. #WhyWontTheyWork? #WhyWontSheAnswer?”...
This is the mildest form of "doxxing," but it's doxxing, indeed. It's not hard to find Winker's home address, either, and it's easy to notice the nice outdoor pool in her back yard if you check Google maps.
But Dittrich never mentioned that because--unlike Democrats--Dittrich has what's called "common courtesy."
Given the noticeable enthusiasm for Trump AND the recently-obvious "MO", and the probability of straight-ticket voting in WI-38, it's no wonder that Winker's getting desperate. And to Democrats, desperation leads to dirtball tricks.
What's she teaching YOUR kids in Oconomowoc schools??