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Milwaukee law enforcement groups endorse Gwen Connolly

“I am truly honored to receive the support of both the Milwaukee Deputy Sheriffs’ Association and the Retired Deputy Sheriffs’ Association.”

By - Nov 18th, 2015 04:16 pm

MilwaukeeGwen Connolly, candidate for Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge, Branch 44, today announced the endorsement of The Milwaukee Deputy Sheriffs’ Association and The Retired Deputy Sheriffs’ Association.

“Gwen Connolly has shown a steadfast commitment to protecting the rights of Milwaukee County residents,” said Roy Felber, president of the Retired Deputy Sheriffs’ Association and business agent for the Milwaukee Deputy Sheriffs’ Association. “Her strong commitment to her community and willingness to work together to make Milwaukee County safer set her apart. Gwen Connolly will bring to the bench the experience and temperament needed, and we are proud to endorse her for Milwaukee Circuit Court Judge.”

“I am truly honored to receive the support of both the Milwaukee Deputy Sheriffs’ Association and the Retired Deputy Sheriffs’ Association,” said Connolly. “To make our county safer, we have to bring together a large and diverse group of stakeholders. I look forward to working with the deputy sheriffs and others to make sure Milwaukee County residents have a fair and effective judicial system.”

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