Neubauer Campaign Endorsed by 13 More WI Judges
Chief Judge Lisa Neubauer has 98% of the judicial endorsements in the race for Wisconsin Supreme Court.
RACINE — In advance of the first WI Supreme Court candidate debate, the Judge Lisa Neubauer for Justice campaign today released endorsements from 13 judges from across Wisconsin, bringing the statewide total to 346. They are:
Hon. Michael Holland – Town of Beloit
Hon. Felice Borisy-Rudin – Village of Shorewood Hills
Hon. Marlene Engstrom – Village of Silver Lake
Hon. Kristine Weirauch – Everest Municipal District
Hon. Patrick Berigan – City of Milwaukee
Hon. Valarie Hill – City of Milwaukee
Hon. Alice Rudebusch – Racine County Court Commissioner
Hon. Christina Bass – Towns of Yorkville and Dover
Hon. Matthew Mooney – City of Plymouth
Hon. David Wessel – Village of Sheboygan Falls
Hon. Susan Schleisner – Village of Elkhart Lake
Hon. Natasha Torry – Towns of Sheboygan and Kohler
Hon. Denise Gibbons – Village of Sharon
Chief Judge Lisa Neubauer has 98% of the judicial endorsements in the race for Wisconsin Supreme Court, including 10 of the 16 current members of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, on which both Judge Neubauer and her opponent serve. Judge Neubauer has also been endorsed by over 80 current and former sheriffs and district attorneys.
“These judges all joined the campaign after comparing the two candidates at the WI Municipal Judges Forum,” said Tyler Hendricks, campaign manager. “We are confident that at the debate tonight, Chief Judge Lisa Neubauer will demonstrate that she is a tough but fair judge with over 30 years of legal experience and the overwhelming support of the judicial and law enforcement communities.”
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