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Gwen Connolly continues to garner endorsements in race for Branch 44

She has previously announced the endorsement of hundreds of judges, attorneys, elected officials, and community leaders.

By - Nov 20th, 2015 01:15 pm

MilwaukeeGwen Connolly today announced the endorsement of more than forty additional judges, attorneys, elected officials, commissioners, and community leaders in her race for Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge, Branch 44.

“Gwen Connolly will make an outstanding addition to the Milwaukee County Circuit Court,” said Ed Fallone, associate professor of law at Marquette University. “She has an exhaustive understanding of the law and an expansive reputation of commitment to justice. Anyone who walks into her court can expect fair and balanced treatment under the law, and the residents of Milwaukee County need that.”

Connolly is currently the only announced candidate filed to run in Branch 44. She has previously announced the endorsement of hundreds of judges, attorneys, elected officials, and community leaders.

“I am continually humbled and honored to have the support of such a broad and diverse group of people,” said Connolly. “This campaign has always been about going out and listening to what the voters of Milwaukee County envision for their judicial system. I want a system that is fair and impartial, and I cannot wait to get to work on making Milwaukee County safer.”

The following leaders today endorsed Gwen Connolly for Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge, Branch 44:

The Honorable Joan Kessler, Judge, Wisconsin Court of Appeals
The Honorable Robert Burrell, River Hills Municipal Judge
Vincent Bobot, Former Municipal Judge, City of Milwaukee
Grace Flynn, Milwaukee County Court Commissioner
State Rep. Evan Goyke
State Rep. Fred Kessler
Alderman José Pérez, City of Milwaukee
Mayor Dan Devine, City of West Allis
Mayor Michael Neitzke, City of Greenfield
Deputy District Attorney Kent Lovern
Mark Catterson
Everett Cocroft
Paul Dally
Elizabeth Dolan
Maura Donohue
Erich Ebert
Professor Ed Fallone
Richard Klinkhammer
Tricia Knight
Larry LeFebvre
Mary McCormick
Beth Rindt
Michael Rivera
Nathan Wohner
Brian Woolridge
Attorney Steve Affeldt
Attorney Rex Anderegg
Attorney Brian Cahill
Attorney Kelly Centofanti
Attorney Dall’Osto
Attorney Patricia Foley
Attorney Lisa Gingerich
Attorney Timothy Hall
Attorney Tim Hawks
Attorney Art Heitzer
Attorney Patrick Knight
Attorney Jeffery Liotta
Attorney Kent Lovern
Attorney Charles Mulcahy
Attorney William Mulligan
Attorney Mark Schoenfeldt
Attorney Greg Sell
Attorney Nicole Zimmer

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