Those Who Know The Office Best Support Josh Kaul: 61 Former Assistant Attorneys General Endorse Josh Kaul for Attorney General
“It means a great deal to have the support of people who have advocated for the interests of Wisconsinites.”
MADISON – Today, Josh Kaul’s campaign announced that 61 former Assistant Attorneys General have endorsed Josh Kaul for Attorney General.
Former Assistant Attorney General Dan Stier said, “Elections are about choices. Fortunately Wisconsin voters have a terrific alternative to the failure that is AG Schimel. His name is Josh Kaul. He grew up in Wisconsin in the Lake Winnebago area. His distinguished legal career began as a student at Stanford Law School, where he served as president of the school’s prestigious law review. He has prosecuted violent criminals and protected voting rights, and he will restore integrity, competence, honor, and effectiveness to the Attorney General’s office.”
Josh Kaul voiced his gratitude for the support from the 61 former Assistant AGs. “It means a great deal to have the support of people who have advocated for the interests of Wisconsinites,” Kaul said. “As Attorney General, I’ll fight every day to make Wisconsin a safer and stronger state than we’re on track for right now.”
The former Assistant AGs who have endorsed Josh Kaul for Attorney General include:
Mary E. Burke
Maureen McGlynn Flanagan
Charles D. Hoornstra
Stephen W. Kleinmaier
Bruce A. Olsen
Diane (Nicks) Sorensen
Christopher G. Wren
Josh Kaul served as a federal prosecutor in Baltimore, one of America’s most violent cities. There, Kaul prosecuted murderers, gang members, and drug traffickers, taking dangerous criminals off the street and making communities more secure. He grew up in Oshkosh and Fond du Lac in a family of law enforcement professionals and teachers. He is running for Attorney General in 2018.
For more information, please visit: www.joshkaul.org
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