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Chief Judge Bill Brash Shows Early Momentum, Earning the Endorsement of the Milwaukee Police Association

 

By - Feb 27th, 2023 07:00 am

(Milwaukee, Wis.) – Judge Bill Brash’s campaign for re-election to District 1 of the Court of Appeals announced today the endorsement of the Milwaukee Police Association.

In a letter written to Judge Brash, Milwaukee Police Association Vice President Alexander Ayala said, “During these increasingly trying times, the over 1,400 men and women of the Milwaukee Police Association appreciate leaders like you who are willing to stand and be an advocate for Law Enforcement Professionals.”.

“I’m extremely honored to have received the Milwaukee Police Association’s endorsement in this race, “ commented Wisconsin Court of Appeals Chief Judge Bill Brash. “Milwaukee is facing record-breaking crime rates, and the men and women of the MPA are fighting everyday to keep our communities safe. They have put their trust in me to uphold the rule of law and know I will continue to provide equal justice for all on the Court of Appeals.”

Judge Brash has gained early momentum in this race, having already received over a hundred endorsements from a Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice, fellow judges at every level, colleagues, and
others in the legal and law enforcement fields. To see his full list of endorsements go to www.JudgeBrash.com/Endorsements.

To learn more about Wisconsin Court of Appeals Chief Judge Bill Brash and his re-election campaign, please visit https://www.judgebrash.com/

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