Dallet Campaign: International Women’s Day

Contact: Gillian Drummond, (414) 975-0586

MILWAUKEE — To commemorate International Women’s Day, Dallet Campaign manager Jessica Lovejoy issued a statement highlighting Judge Dallet’s work standing up for victims and making sure dangerous criminals get the sentences they deserve and Judge Michael Screnock’s special interest support that opposes Equal Pay protections for Wisconsin women.

“Today, on International Women’s Day, we are proud to celebrate the progress we’ve made to create a more equal and just society for all women. Judge Dallet has a 20-year record of protecting victims of child abuse, sexual assault, and domestic violence and making sure dangerous criminals get the sentences they deserve.

“We also recognize the miles we have to go to achieve true parity. That’s why it’s so concerning that Michael Screnock has benefited from hundreds of thousands of dollars of dark money spending from an avowed opponent of pay equity for women, WMC. Judge Dallet will always stand for the values of fairness and equality on the bench, no matter what big-money special interests want.”