A Wisconsin Supreme Court Seat is Up For Grabs This Spring

 
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Judges Lisa Neubauer and Brian Hagedorn are each seeking the Wisconsin Supreme Court seat that will be vacated by Justice Shirley Abrahamson's retirement this spring.

What does that mean for us?

A win by Judge Neubauer this spring will preserve the current makeup of the Court, and a win in 2020 will give us the majority until at least 2025—the first time liberals will have controlled the Court since 2008.

This will be critically important when issues related to voting rights and gerrymandering make their way to the Court.

Meet Judge Lisa Neubauer

Judge Neubauer brings tremendous experience and integrity to the bench:

  • 30 years of law experience

  • 10 years as an Appellate Court judge

  • Served as Chief Judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, the highest ranking jurist not on the Supreme Court, since 2015

Read up on recent press coverage of Judge Neubauer:

Meet Judge Brian Hagedorn

Judge Hagedorn, who served as Governor Walker’s chief legal counsel and was appointed to the Appellate Court by Walker in 2015, presents deep concerns:

  • Helped draft Act 10

  • Staunchly anti-gay

  • Called the NAACP “a disgrace”

  • Referred to Planned Parenthood as “a wicked organization”

Read recent press coverage of the Judge:

You can make a difference.

The choice couldn't be more stark. That's why we'll be actively reaching out to voters now through Election Day:

  • Saturday, March 16th and Sunday, March 17th

  • Saturday, March 23rd and Sunday, March 24th

  • Saturday, March 30th through Tuesday, April 2nd

Shifts begin at 12 pm and 3 pm each day.

Help us knock doors and ensure St. Croix County residents are aware of the upcoming election, are registered to vote, and know where they can cast their ballot.

You can meet up with us at our Hudson office at 901 4th Street, Suite 280 in Hudson.

Get out and vote.

Election Day is Tuesday, April 2nd.

Be sure to mark your calendar now and turn out to vote.

 
 
Sarah O'Neill