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Wisconsin Restaurant Association Endorses Justice Rebecca Bradley for State Supreme Court

The Wisconsin Restaurant Association represents thousands of foodservice businesses encompassing virtually every size of establishment in the state.

By - Feb 11th, 2016 06:03 am

[Madison, Wis.] – Today, Justice Rebecca Bradley‘s campaign announced that she received the endorsement of the Wisconsin Restaurant Association to retain her seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

“I am very thankful for the support and endorsement of the Wisconsin Restaurant Association and all of the small businesses throughout Wisconsin that they represent” said Justice Rebecca Bradley. “To have the confidence of so many small business owners is humbling.”

The Wisconsin Restaurant Association represents thousands of foodservice businesses encompassing virtually every size of establishment in the state. The Association’s membership includes fine dining establishments, mom-and-pop supper clubs, small cafes, fast food outlets, casual dining chain restaurants, institutional food service operations, catering businesses and hotel and motel food services. The industry employs one out of every ten workers in Wisconsin.

“Justice Rebecca Bradley’s approach is to interpret the law as written, as opposed to creating new laws from the bench,” said Pete Hanson, Vice President of Public Affairs for the Wisconsin Restaurant Association. “She is a real asset to the State Supreme Court and the people of Wisconsin,” said Hanson. “We at the Wisconsin Restaurant Association appreciate her temperament and experience on the bench and wish her a successful campaign and a long tenure on the state’s highest court.”

Justice Rebecca Bradley is the only candidate in this race who has experience as a trial lawyer, circuit court judge, appellate court judge and Supreme Court Justice. Justice Rebecca Bradley’s positive campaign is centered on her experience, service to the people of Wisconsin, and judicial philosophy.

For more information on Justice Rebecca Bradley and her campaign to retain her seat on the Supreme Court of Wisconsin please visit justicerebeccabradley.com.

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3 thoughts on “Wisconsin Restaurant Association Endorses Justice Rebecca Bradley for State Supreme Court”

  1. Vincent Hanna says:

    How long have the restaurant and realtor associations endorsed candidates for the state supreme court? Do they poll members before announcing an endorsement, or does the leadership make those decisions (the rich white men at the top)?

  2. Vincent Hanna says:

    Bradley also just voted in a case where she heard none of the oral arguments. The precedence of that is “she said, she said” in the JS story, but it sure seems odd.

  3. gadfly says:

    This makes me not want to eat at any of the state’s restaurants….

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