Supreme Court Candidate Judge Brian Hagedorn announced on Thursday that his campaign raised over $310,000 in the final six months of 2018, surpassing the top fundraising totals of any recent Supreme Court candidates during the July-December reporting period.
Judge Hagedorn released the following statement:
“I am so grateful for the generosity and enthusiasm of our supporters across the state. I cannot thank them enough for giving us the resources to spread our message of dedication to the constitution and the rule of law. It is humbling to know that so many give their hard-earned dollars to this campaign, and I hope to make them proud on April 2.”
Judge Hagedorn’s campaign raised $310,629.58 going into 2019, almost $50,000 more than the next-closest fundraising total during the same period:
A copy of the cover sheet can be found here.
Judge Hagedorn was appointed to the bench in 2015 and won election to a new six-year term in April 2017. Before joining the bench, Judge Hagedorn’s legal practice included serving in some of the most consequential legal positions in the State of Wisconsin. Along with a background in private practice, Judge Hagedorn served as a law clerk at the Wisconsin Supreme Court where he assisted Justice Michael Gableman in deciding cases and writing opinions. He also worked as an Assistant Attorney General at the Wisconsin Department of Justice, and most recently, as Chief Legal Counsel to Governor Scott Walker. In these roles, Judge Hagedorn has participated in some of the most significant and high profile cases in Wisconsin history. Judge Hagedorn and his wife, Christina, live in Oconomowoc with their five children.
To learn more about Judge Brian Hagedorn, please visit JudgeHagedorn.com.