Iron Workers Local 8 endorses Judge Joe Donald for Wisconsin Supreme Court
“Judge Joe Donald has proven to be a tireless champion of Wisconsin’s working class people during his two decades on the bench,” said Tony Mayrhofer, Business Manager of Iron Workers, Local 8.
MILWAUKEE – The International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers, Local 8 announced their endorsement of Judge Joe Donald for Wisconsin Supreme Court this morning.
“Judge Joe Donald has proven to be a tireless champion of Wisconsin’s working class people during his two decades on the bench,” said Tony Mayrhofer, Business Manager of Iron Workers, Local 8. “We need an independent justice who will help put government back on the side of working class people again, and we are proud to stand with Judge Joe Donald this election.”
“I am honored to have earned the support of Iron Workers, Local 8 and the men and women they represent,” said Judge Joe Donald. “Wisconsin residents need and deserve a fair, impartial justice who will restore checks and balances in state government. Every Wisconsin family, worker, and resident deserves access to a fair justice system, and that is why I am running for the Supreme Court.”
Judge Joe Donald is an award-winning, widely respected jurist with almost 20 years of experience presiding over civil and criminal court cases. With more than 350 jury trials under his belt, Joe is the most independent, most experienced and most qualified candidate for Wisconsin Supreme Court in the 2016 election.
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“Judge Donald is exactly the independent voice we need on our state’s Supreme Court,” said Congresswoman Moore.
“Judge Joe Donald is a dedicated public servant who has consistently put politics aside to deliver justice fairly,” said County Executive Chris Abele.
“Judge Joe Donald has proven himself an extremely capable, fair, and impartial jurist,” said Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett.
“Wisconsin doesn’t need a coronation, it needs a Supreme Court Justice who earns the support of Wisconsin voters.”