Originally Posted by MissKizzy
I'm not up on WI politics, but I'd ask this - do you have a congressional rep or senator who is a long term office holder, and is particularly well liked and/or close to his/her home district? If so, I would begin with that person, even though its going over the heads of local/state level politicians.
Here in Mass, whatever one thinks of their politics, senators Kennedy and Kerry were/are always well known for being EXTREMELY helpful to locals who called their office for help on just about anything, big or small, political or not, and whether it was "just" a local issue or not. If this happened in Mass and were I involved, I'd start by contacting Kerry's office (Kennedy were he still alive!). Do you have a Wisconsin rep or senator who is similar in stature/influence/in-tune with their constituents? That is who I would start with.
Usually your senator or congressional rep will have a local office in-state, either in their district (for the reps) or in the capital (for the senators). Start with that local office, and if the staffers don't seem to want to help, or are taking too long, call their Washington office.
I hope this helps you! I'm intrigued by Sara's case, and was very moved by the I formation and memories of her that are shared on her missing website. I wish you all the best of luck in trying to get the ball rolling again on her case.
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