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County Executive Chris Abele Endorses Judge Joanne Kloppenburg

County Executive Chris Abele today announced his endorsement in the race for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

By - Mar 24th, 2016 03:12 pm

MILWAUKEE – County Executive Chris Abele today announced his endorsement in the race for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. In a statement issued by his campaign, County Executive Abele said:

“Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg has the experience, temperament and philosophy to make an outstanding State Supreme Court Justice. Each of us in the public arena are accountable for our actions and our words. The recent revelations about her opponent raise very real questions about the incumbents beliefs, judgement, and ability to rule impartially. It is crystal clear to me that Judge Kloppenburg is the clear choice for voters, and she has my full support.”

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