Shoddy Leadership

Over at Right Wisconsin, I shared my perspective¬†on Jennifer Shilling as a lifelong resident of her district and apparatchik on her opponent’s 2012 campaign:

A passive approach to legislating, a lazy approach to campaigning, and a Madison-radical-lite approach to adversity: that’s Jen Shilling, now a party leader. Will the Shilling Senate be content with sulking? Or will it be the Senate that fled the state?
Republicans win either way.
I suppose I’m irked that a lazy pol who plays dirty made her way to the top, which shouldn’t be any surprise. On second thought, it’s probably a good thing it’s her and not someone remotely competent¬†running the Democrat minority.
Whole thing here.
About the writer: Chris Rochester has worked in communications and finance for a state Senate and congressional campaign, consulted on numerous Assembly and local races, and has held leadership roles in his local Republican Party. He's communications director for the MacIver Institute. Commentary here is strictly his own.