Brian Hagedorn
Press Release

Milwaukee Police Association Endorses Hagedorn for Supreme Court

"It is a tremendous honor to receive the Milwaukee Police Association’s endorsement in this race."

By - Mar 11th, 2019 08:00 am

Supreme Court Candidate Judge Brian Hagedorn today announced his campaign received the endorsement of the Milwaukee Police Association (MPA). The MPA represents the nearly 1,600 courageous men and women who serve in the Milwaukee Police Department.

“It is a tremendous honor to receive the Milwaukee Police Association’s endorsement in this race,” Judge Brian Hagedorn said. “Our law enforcement professionals walk the thin blue line every single day to protect our communities. As the grandson of a Wauwatosa police officer, law enforcement trusts me to protect the public and defend the rule of law on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.”

MPA President Shawn C. Lauda praised Hagedorn for his commitment to protecting the public.

“On behalf of the Milwaukee Police Association, we are pleased to endorse Judge Brian Hagedorn for the Wisconsin Supreme Court,” MPA President Lauda said. “The MPA appreciates Judge Hagedorn’s steadfast commitment to protecting the public and enforcing the rule of law, and we are confident he will be a strong ally of law enforcement on the Supreme Court.”

In addition to the MPA’s endorsement, Judge Hagedorn has received endorsements from 44 current and former Wisconsin sheriffs.

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