Ann Walsh Bradley: Law Enforcement’s Choice for Supreme Court

 Ann Walsh Bradley: Law Enforcement’s Choice for Supreme Court

Over 300 Sheriffs, Police Chiefs, DAs, and Judges Endorse Justice Bradley.

For Immediate Release

March 24, 2015

Contact: Kory Kozloski (608) 213-7650

Madison, WI – Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley expressed her appreciation to the hundreds of officers, officials and judges who have made her law enforcement’s choice for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Over 100 Sheriffs and Police Chiefs, 31 District Attorneys, and over 170 judges from across Wisconsin have endorsed Justice Bradley’s re-election on April 7th.

“These dedicated men and women work day in and day out to enforce our laws and keep the people of Wisconsin safe. It’s been my privilege to work side by side with them, first as a Marathon County Circuit Court Judge, and for the last 20 years on the Wisconsin Supreme Court,” said Justice Bradley. “I’m honored to be law enforcement’s choice.”

Bradley also noted the strong bi-partisan support she’s received from law enforcement.

“Like me, these Sheriffs, Police Chiefs, and District Attorneys understand that partisan politics have no place in our justice system,” Bradley continued. “Young or old, rich or poor, Republican or Democrat, everyone deserves a fair shake in our courtrooms.”

For the last two decades Justice Ann Walsh Bradley has served the people of Wisconsin on the Supreme Court. She was first elected in 1995, becoming only the third woman in the state’s history to win election to Wisconsin’s highest court. Prior to serving on the Supreme Court, Justice Bradley was a Circuit Court Judge for ten years in Marathon County.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Justices are elected in the non-partisan April elections for 10-year terms. Election Day is April 7, 2015.

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