Politician Info

Cliff DeTemple is a Republican Candidate for Congress with over 18 years business experience as the owner of Turning Point Systems Group in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. With over 33 years in the military reserve, Cliff is a passionate Eagle Scout, a community supporter and counselor to scouting programs throughout the Midwest. Cliff's focus is to bring back integrity to the political system and set term limits on Congress. He will bring change to how campaigning is handled to make government local again. He will represent the people and businesses of Wisconsin’s 5th District. 

Position on Marijuana Legalization

I support the states rights to decide and want the federal govt out. I believe that just like alcohol, marijuana can be used resposibly creating legal employment and reducing crime. I do support employer and govt social programs the right for drug testing if determined for safety reason.

Position on Marijuana Decriminalization

I support removing federal laws against marijuana. States may decide how they want to proceed. Most issues I look at how the state can handle the issue verses the federal government.

Position on Medical Marijuana

I support legalizing medical use. This goes with President Trump's right to try.


I want the Federal government out of it and allow the states to decide what laws they want. This always brings up two sides. The medical use and recreational. Federal government should make medical available. This goes with Trumps right to try. Then states can decide their view and laws on recreational. I will still support private businesses if they require drug testing. Freedom of choice and allowing local govt to decide how to legally regulate.  I believe this type of reform will also solve some of our border issues.


On Expungment: I do not support automatic but I do support review expungement comparing just possession and possession with intent to sell. A law is a law and we must follow them for a civil society. We may not agree with them so we work to change them.

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