Contact: Sean Lansing
(Madison, Wis.) – At the Wisconsin Public Television debate Friday night, Sauk County Circuit Court Judge Michael Screnock solidified his standing as the only choice for voters who believe our courts must uphold the rule of law and rely on the Constitution.
During the debate, Judge Screnock again distinguished himself from his opponent, Milwaukee Judge Rebecca Dallet, who has called the rule of law “garbage”, accepted multiple campaign contributions from attorneys arguing cases in her courtroom, and lost multiple judicial endorsements during the past week.
Please see below for highlights from Judge Screnock’s appearance at the debate:
“The contrast between my opponent and me could not be clearer—I am Wisconsin through and through.”
“I grew up here, attended UW-Madison where I played tuba in the Marching band, raised my family here, served local Wisconsin communities, and practiced law in courts all over Wisconsin.”
“I am steadfastly committed to upholding the rule of law, protecting public safety, and respecting the Constitution and the separation of powers.”
“My opponent has spent the last month courting East Coast politicians and West Coast money in order to import San Francisco values to the Badger State, and she stands poised to advocate for her liberal activist agenda from the bench.”
“My campaign is Wisconsin focused—I’ve been endorsed by a bipartisan majority of Wisconsin Sheriffs and a number of Wisconsin groups and organizations, because they know our state’s highest court needs impartial justices, not partisan activists.”
“I am committed to being that impartial Justice, and I would be honored to earn your vote on April 3rd.”