14 Apr

MONDAY, APRIL 14, 6:30 P.M.

Today is the day! Wisconsin Wildlife Ethic (WWE) has provided considerable background information regarding tonight’s meeting and what is at stake for our public lands and Wisconsin’s wildlife. We hope that you take the time to participate and make your voice heard!

WWE has carefully reviewed the DNR’s questionnaire that meeting registrants will be asked to complete. Because some of the questions may be unclear or confusing, we have prepared a guide that identifies, in our opinion, the most humane answer to each question. This information can be accessed by clicking on the following link:

As with any election, the power to vote and the choices you make are yours and yours alone. WWE thanks you for your interest and participation!

In response to urgent requests from several people to discuss the issues and clarify the election to the public so they could participate fully, WWE’s Patricia Randolph will be on Wisconsin Public Radio tomorrow morning (6 a.m. with Joy Cardin). While we are expecting a simple wrap-up of tonight’s election and vote, it is nice to have a platform to further discuss the issues with listeners across the state! Thank you WPR!!

We realize that tomorrow’s show is very early, but it would be greatly appreciated if several of our members and Wisconsin residents favoring the humane treatment of our wildlife call in during the show to provide some balance to the discussion (we anticipate that pro-hunting and pro-trapping interests will be also calling in). We know that we can count on YOU to help Patricia get the word out regarding your experience at tonight’s Election and Vote, as well as provide key input regarding several issues that will likely affect Wisconsin residents when it comes to the use of OUR public lands and the preservation of wildlife for our use and for generations to come!


Posted by on April 14, 2014 in Uncategorized



  1. suzydstristan

    April 14, 2014 at 9:20 pm

    Our meeting in Rock County was at 7 p.m., so I didn’t see your cheat sheet til we got home at 8:30 p.m. Did the best I could with the answers.

  2. Deb Potts

    April 15, 2014 at 11:39 am

    I did use you cheat sheet, thank you very much, and it was pretty much how I was going to vote anyway. My only concern was that there was so little participation at the meeting for my county…so little if any from the “humane” group other than myself. No wonder nothing changes.


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