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Governor Walker Announces Finalists for Wisconsin Supreme Court

Governor Walker will now interview the three finalists and make his selection prior to Justice Prosser’s retirement.

By - Jun 22nd, 2016 09:08 am

Madison – Governor Scott Walker today announced three finalists for the Wisconsin Supreme Court vacancy created by Justice David Prosser’s retirement.

The three finalists were recommended to Governor Walker by Rich Zipperer, chief of staff to the governor and licensed attorney, Michael Brennan, chair of the governor’s Judicial Selection Advisory Committee, and Andrew Hitt, former deputy legal counsel to the governor.

Governor Walker will now interview the three finalists and make his selection prior to Justice Prosser’s retirement, which is effective on July 31, 2016.

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One thought on “Governor Walker Announces Finalists for Wisconsin Supreme Court”

  1. Eric Jensen says:

    I think Gov. Walker should NOT appoint a new WI Supreme Court Judge. I think that should be left up to the next governor that is elected. The next election is in 2018, so we should wait until the next governor is elected and that person should make the appointment, right ? I think the same artificial standards that are being mandated to our current POTUS should also be followed by our governor.

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