Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin endorses Rebecca Kiefer in race to be Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge
“I thank Planned Parenthood Advocates for their endorsement, and honor the important work they do every day.”
PPAWI educates and lobbies on behalf of women’s health and works to elect candidates who support family planning and the full range of reproductive health care.
“I thank Planned Parenthood Advocates for their endorsement, and honor the important work they do every day,” said Kiefer. “One reason I got into this race was to build bridges and create a stronger community, and I am glad to have the members of Planned Parenthood Advocates by my side during this journey.”
The election will be held on April 7, 2020.
More information can be found on the web at KieferForJudge.com and on social media at @kieferforjudge.
For more than a decade, Rebecca has been an Assistant District Attorney in Milwaukee County. Her focus is the welfare of children involved in the foster care system. She has successfully represented the state in more than 100 jury and bench trials, and has argued before the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Rebecca serves as Chair of the Children & the Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin, as a Director for the Association for Women Lawyers and the Government Lawyers Division, and trains attorneys from across Wisconsin on issues dealing with children and the law.
Prior to her time as a local prosecutor, Rebecca was a municipal attorney and an associate at Kiefer Law Office. She is married to Paul Bodis, a union worker for Southwest Airlines, and they have two young children. Rebecca is also active in her local community foundation, the Rotary Club, the Junior League of Milwaukee, her daughter’s Girl Scout Daisy troop, and her children’s school.
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“I am grateful to State Representatives Bowen and Zamarripa, and the other elected officials who have endorsed my campaign thus far.”
“Rebecca is the right choice for Milwaukee County,” said Justice Butler.
“I am honored to have the support of Women Lead and to be among the amazing women they have rallied behind.”