There are three judges running for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice this year. A primary will be held next Tuesday, February 16, to cut the field down to two for the General Election on April 5, 2016. It is imperative that we keep a conservative on the Supreme Court in Wisconsin.
The three candidates and a brief bio:
Justice Rebecca Bradley; Justice Bradley is the current Supreme Court Justice appointed to a vacancy by Governor Walker last fall. Justice Bradley is an outspoken supporter of the 2nd Amendment and sees herself as philosophically aligned with U.S. Supreme Court justices Thomas, Scalia and Alito. Her endorsements include 43 County Sheriffs, including David Clark of Milwaukee County.
Judge Joe Donald; Judge Donald is sitting Milwaukee Circuit Court and endorsed by U.S. Representative Gwen More (D), Milwaukee, Mayor Tom Barrett, and ex-Senator Herb Kohl.
Judge Joanne Kloppenburg; Judge Klopenburg is sitting on the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and endorsed by several judges, court commissioners and attorneys. SCOTUS justices she aligns with are Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonya Sotamayor.
This primary will not draw a lot of attention so we can make a huge impact if we get to the polls. Vote for one.
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