Hagedorn Campaign Releases First TV Ad: “Lily”
"Adopting Lily has brought home the opioid crisis and how it affects families in such significant ways."
The Friends of Brian Hagedorn campaign released its first TV ad today, “Lily,” focused on the Hagedorn family’s personal connection to the opioid crisis and Judge Brian Hagedorn’s commitment to fighting it on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
“The opioid crisis hits home for Judge Hagedorn and his wife, Christina, who adopted a little girl born with an opiate addiction,” Campaign Manager Alexa Ardis said. “Judge Hagedorn knows firsthand the damage the opioid crisis can do and will work hard to protect the public on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.”
Transcript for “Lily” (:30)
Judge Hagedorn: We knew adding to our family through adoption was going to be difficult but rewarding.
Christina Hagedorn: Lily was born addicted to opiates and had to struggle through withdrawal in my arms. But today she’s a happy, healthy little girl.
Judge Hagedorn: Adopting Lily has brought home the opioid crisis and how it affects families in such significant ways. We need to show compassion, but we also need to hold people accountable, and that’s exactly what I’ll do on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Narrator: Judge Brian Hagedorn for Supreme Court.
To learn more about Judge Brian Hagedorn, please visit JudgeHagedorn.com.
Friends of Brian Hagedorn
- Milwaukee County Headed for Record Overdoses in 2020 - Edgar Mendez - Jun 19th, 2020
- Retaliating Against a Witness Who Provided Information to Law Enforcement About Neopit Woman’s Drug Dealing Leads to Prison Sentence - U.S. Department of Justice - Jun 16th, 2020
- Grant extension of $500K good news for MKE’s efforts to combat opioid epidemic - Ald. Michael Murphy - Jun 10th, 2020
- Baldwin Requests Funding to Study Opioid Crisis - Isiah Holmes - May 22nd, 2020
- U.S. Senators Tammy Baldwin and Jeanne Shaheen Lead Colleagues in Calling for Increased Opioid Funding in Coronavirus Relief Package - U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin - May 19th, 2020
- Award-Winning Wisconsin Enhanced Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Changes Prescribing Culture, Drives Down Opioid and Controlled Substance Prescribing - Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services - May 11th, 2020
- Opioid Treatment Facility Sees Uptick During Pandemic - Isiah Holmes - Apr 9th, 2020
- Wisconsin Physician Agrees to Pay Financial Penalties to Resolve Allegations That He Prescribed Opioids Illegally and Violated False Claims Act - U.S. Department of Justice - Apr 5th, 2020
- County Overdose Deaths Up 50% in 2020 - Graham Kilmer - Apr 5th, 2020
- MKE County: Federal Grant Funds New Opioid Program - Graham Kilmer - Mar 4th, 2020
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