Dallet campaign: Leaders from Southeast Wisconsin announce support for Judge Rebecca Dallet

Contact: Jessica Lovejoy (608-318-3065)

KENOSHA – Dozens of elected leaders from across Southeast Wisconsin today announced their endorsement for Judge Rebecca Dallet in her campaign for Wisconsin Supreme Court.

“Judge Rebecca Dallet has the experience and judgment to be a great member of the Supreme Court, and has my full support,” said State Senator Robert Wirch.

“The only candidate with the right experience is Judge Rebecca Dallet, and I endorse her enthusiastically,” said Kenosha District Attorney Mike Gravely. “She has more than a decade as a prosecutor putting the worst predators behind bars, and a decade as a judge overseeing Wisconsin courtrooms.”

“What’s most important is keeping politics out of our courtrooms, and the only candidate making that a priority is Judge Rebecca Dallet,” said Judge Robert Repischak of Racine. “She’s earned my endorsement.”

“Everyone who steps into the courtroom deserves a fair shake, and with Judge Rebecca Dallet, that’s what they get,” said Judge Mary Wagner of Kenosha.

Today’s announcement includes the following leaders and elected officials:

Andy Berg, Kenosha County Board of Supervisors, District 10
Leah Blough, Kenosha County Board of Supervisors, District 12
Joseph Cardinali, Village of Somers Trustee
Rick Dodge, Kenosha County Board of Supervisors, District 5
John Franco, Kenosha County Board of Supervisors, District 13
Ron Frederick, Kenosha County Board of Supervisors, District 11
Boyd Frederick, Kenosha County Board of Supervisors, District 14
Michael Goebel, Kenosha County Board of Supervisors, District 4
Mike Graveley, District Attorney, Kenosha County
Melissa Kaprelian-Becker, Racine County Board of Supervisors, District 4
Edward Kubicki, Kenosha County Board of Supervisors, District 6
Rocco LaMaccia, Alderman, City of Kenosha, District 5
Tod Ohnstad, State Representative, District 65
Terry Rose, Kenosha County Board of Supervisors, District 2
Robert Wirch, State Senator, District 22

These leaders join more than 200 judges and other elected officials from across the state in endorsing Judge Dallet for Supreme Court. Current or former judges from Southeast Wisconsin include:

Judge Dennis Costello, Racine County Circuit Court
Judge Richard Ginkowski, Pleasant Prairie Municipal Court
Judge Chad Kerkman, Kenosha County Circuit Court
Judge Barbara Kluka, Retired Judge, Kenosha County Circuit Court
Judge Wayne Marik, Racine County Circuit Court
Judge Anthony Milisauskas, Kenosha County Circuit Court
Judge David Paulson, Racine County Circuit Court
Judge Gerald Ptacek, Racine County Circuit Court
Judge Michael Piontek, Racine County Circuit Court
Judge Robert Repischak, Racine County Circuit Court
Judge Mary Wagner, Kenosha County Circuit Court
Judge David Wilk, Kenosha County Circuit Court

Rebecca Dallet is a mom, an experienced attorney, and a judge. She has served on the Circuit Court bench for almost ten years and worked as a prosecutor for more than a decade prior to that. During her career, Dallet worked to put sexual predators behind bars, and prosecuted drug, gun, and violent crime cases. She has served as the presiding judge in domestic violence and misdemeanor court, and presided over serious felony, homicide and drug courts, as well as civil court.

With the support of local leaders, elected officials, and judges from across the state, Judge Dallet plans to help restore the independence of the Supreme Court. She believes in fair and impartial courts that interpret and uphold the law in an independent, fair, and balanced manner.

Judge Dallet’s campaign can be found online at www.dalletforjustice.com, and on Facebook and Twitter at @judgedallet. For more information or to attend an upcoming event, contact Jessica Lovejoy at jessica@dalletforjustice.com or (608) 318-3065.

A full list of endorsements is available at www.dalletforjustice.com/endorsements.

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