Supreme Court Candidate Judge Lisa Neubauer announces support from more than 200 judges across Wisconsin
"I am honored to have such broad support from my colleagues across the state."
RACINE, WI – Judge Lisa Neubauer, Chief Judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, announced today that she has been endorsed by more than 200 current and former judges in her campaign for Wisconsin Supreme Court. The list of judges, which can be found on her website, includes 19 current and former members of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals.
“I am proud to join more than 200 other judges in endorsing Judge Neubauer for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.” said Judge Rick Brown, former Chief Judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. “Judge Neubauer exemplifies what all of us on the bench strive to be – neutral and dispassionate, with a mind that is able to sift through complex issues and arrive at a just result.”
“I am honored to have such broad support from my colleagues across the state,” said Judge Neubauer. “My fellow judges know the importance of having fair, impartial, and independent justices on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, and that is exactly what I plan to be.”
After being appointed to the Court of Appeals, Judge Neubauer was elected in 2008 and re-elected in 2014, and has served as Chief Judge since 2015. She had almost two decades of experience as a litigation attorney at Foley & Lardner before joining the appellate court and also served as a law clerk for Judge Barbara Crabb, then-Chief Judge of the United States District Court, Western District of Wisconsin. Judge Neubauer lives in Racine with her husband, Jeff, and they are the proud parents of three children.
For more information on Judge Neubauer’s campaign, visit her website JudgeNeubauer.com or follow her on social media (facebook.com/judgeneubauer or @JudgeNeubauer).
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