KOHLER, WI (WTAQ) - Midwest Republicans are meeting in Kohler this weekend to talk about policy matters, and helping more GOP candidates get elected.
About 150 legislators, aides, and party supporters are expected for an event put on by the Republican Legislative Campaign Committee.
The group's leaders say other Midwest states can learn from GOP accomplishments made in Wisconsin since Scott Walker was elected governor in 2010, and his fellow Republicans took control of both houses of the Legislature.
Matt Walter of the Republican State Leadership Committee says the real lessons from Wisconsin are getting strong leaders willing to make controversial decisions.
Walter said the fact that Governor Walker survived his recall election last year show that people will accept, "innovative and bold reforms."