Eric

Pardon Eric
Marine veteran Eric Pizer has fully paid his debt to society. In addition, he has served our country with great honor. He is a perfect example of why Wisconsin’s Constitution explicitly invests in the Governor the duty to carry out a pardoning process. Governor Walker should appoint a non-partisan Pardon Board and consider its recommendations of who should be worthy of a pardon.

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THANK Y0U FOR ANY EFFORT THAT YOU MAKE ON BEHALF OF ERIC.
HOW YOU CAN HELP!

CONTACT WISCONSIN GOVERNOR WALKER ASKING HIM TO GIVE ERIC PIZER A SECOND CHANCE

WRITE OR EMAIL A LETTER TO THE EDITOR OF YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPERS REGARDING THE IMPORTANCE OF SECOND CHANCES & YOUR SUPPORT OF ERIC’S CASE

USE SOCIAL MEDIA TO GET THE WORD OUT
Call ((608) 266-1212, write a letter, or email Governor Walker asking him to appoint a Pardon Board and give Eric second chance.  You can reach Governor Walker at the following address:

Office of Governor Scott Walker
115 East Capitol
Madison, WI 53702

Have you or a close friend or relative ever gotten a second chance, where there was a big benefit to the person and also a benefit to the community?  Write or email a letter to the editor of your local newspaper and to the Madison Cap Times ((608) 252-6482) and Wisconsin State Journal (608-252-6200), regarding the importance of second chances expressing your support of Eric’s case.

The Capital Times
Letter to the Editor
P.O. Box 8060
Madison, WI 53708
The Wisconsin State Journal
Letter to the Editor
P.O. Box 8056,
Madison, WI 53708
Contact your local newspaper or the Madison papers on Facebook (WSJ; CapTimes) or Twitter (WSJ; CapTimes) in support of Eric's case

Contact Governor Walker through either Facebook or Twitter and ask him to give Eric a second chance.  If you know someone who has been a supporter of Governor Walker or knows someone who is his confidant, please ask for their help on Eric’s behalf.

Share this website address and the articles published about Eric’s story with your facebook friends and “like” and “follow” Eric’s facebook page. Send an email to your friends and family directing them to this website and asking them to get involved in support of a second chance for Eric.
OTHER THINGS YOU CAN DO!
Send an email or facebook message to us so that we can keep you up to date on our progress and other developments. Send a similar email to your religious leader, priest, minister, or rabbi, indicating that you would appreciate if they would consider delivering a sermon on forgiveness and second chances Contact us by email or facebook if you have other ideas on how to help correct this injustice.
If you are a member of a service group (Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis, etc.) contact your members by email or phone and ask your group to consider passing a resolution requesting that the Governor exercise his pardon powers on behalf of worthy people, including Eric.  There is a model for such a resolution by the WACDL. Click to see it. If you are a member of a local, state, or national Military Veteran's group, please alert other members to Eric's situation and consider passing a resolution on behalf of Eric and other Wisconsin citizens who deserve a second chance.
THANK Y0U FOR ANY EFFORT THAT YOU MAKE ON BEHALF OF ERIC.

 

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“Man has two great spiritual needs. One is for forgiveness. The other is for goodness.” - Billy Graham, American evangelical Christian evangelist  
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