Democratic Party of Wisconsin
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Statement from DPW Chair Martha Laning on the Wisconsin Supreme Court Primary Election

"With their million-dollar down-payment, the Republican Party and corporate special interests see Michael Screnock as a good investment who will do their bidding," Martha Laning said.

By - Feb 20th, 2018 09:20 pm
Michael Screnock. Photo from Screnock campaign website.

Michael Screnock. Photo from Screnock campaign website.

MADISON — The following is a statement from the Democratic Party of Wisconsin‘s Chair Martha Laning on the Wisconsin Supreme Court primary election today:

“With their million-dollar down-payment, the Republican Party and corporate special interests see Michael Screnock as a good investment who will do their bidding. He’s spent his career rubber-stamping Gov. Scott Walker’s corrupt agenda and would do more of the same on the Supreme Court.

“It is up to Democrats, and all who oppose this corruption, to come together to take a stand in favor of a state where justice is not just for the few, but for all of us.”

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