Neubauer campaign: Neubauer for Justice announces campaign team

CONTACT: Tyler Hendricks, (608) 633-0704 
tyler@judgeneubauer.com

RACINE — Judge Lisa Neubauer, candidate for Wisconsin Supreme Court, announced today the campaign team that will guide her effort over the next three months, led by Senior Consultant Scott Spector and Campaign Manager Tyler Hendricks. Neubauer has been Chief Judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals since 2015, and has served for 11 years as an appellate court judge. She launched her campaign in July and has garnered support from a broad, bipartisan list of public officials and community leaders, including 309 judges from diverse backgrounds, and 22 sheriffs and 47 district attorneys, including both Republicans and Democrats.

The team also includes Jessica Lovejoy of 50+1 Strategies and Sachin Chheda of Nation Consulting as Senior Advisors, Patrick Guarasci of G Strategies, Ann Liston of AL Media, and Paul Maslin of FM3 Research. Spector recently led U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s successful re-election, Hendricks served as U.S. Rep. Ron Kind’s campaign manager, and Chheda and Lovejoy led Justice Rebecca Dallet’s campaign in 2018.

“I’m proud of the strong team we’ve put together, and I’m ready for the final sprint to the April election,” said Judge Neubauer. “I’ve been crisscrossing the state for more than 6 months, and we’ve seen tremendous support from every corner. I’m confident we are headed to victory this spring.”

“There is no better candidate for the Wisconsin Supreme Court than Chief Judge Lisa Neubauer, and I’m pleased to be leading this team,” said Spector. “She is the best-qualified, the most independent, and has the broadest support. There’s a reason her support is broad and bipartisan, not just from a narrow segment of ideological activists.”

“We are ready to support Judge Neubauer in this campaign and carry her message of an independent judiciary to every voter in Wisconsin,” said Hendricks. “This will be a campaign that rejects the politics of division and brings Wisconsin voters together.”

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