WISCONSIN, FEBRUARY— Today, Ed Fallone, a candidate for the Wisconsin Supreme Court on the February 18 ballot, announced several new endorsements. Fallone said: “I am running to be a Justice for all of us. And I am humbled by the broad coalition of voters who have endorsed my campaign.  I have traveled the state speaking to Veterans groups, small business owners, Rotary Clubs, and student organizations, spreading one simple message. On February 18, you can take back your vote and elect a fighter for working families to the Wisconsin Supreme Court.”

Recent Endorsers:

National Organization for Women Former President Judy Goldsmith

The Wisconsin Muslim Civic Alliance

Grassroots South Shore

Wisconsin Justice Initiative Action

Wisconsin for Bernie

Wisconsin Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals

United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 1473

Hon. John Ullsvik, Former Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge

Hon. Derek Mosley, Milwaukee Municipal Court Judge

Hon. Laura Gramling Perez, Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge

Glendale Mayor Bryan Kennedy

Winnebago County Supervisor Aaron Wojciechowski

Milwaukee Alder Chantia Lewis

Eau Claire Alder Emily Anderson

Candidate for Assembly District 24 Emily Siegrist

Attorney Aneeq Ahmad

Attorney Glorily A. Lopez

Attorney Micabil Diaz-Martinez

Attorney James Ebbeson

Attorney Marilyn Martin

Attorney Margaret Maroney

Attorney Mary Burke

President and CEO Latino Chamber of Commerce of Dane County Jessica Cavazos

Community Leader Adrian Chan

Milwaukee Community Advocate Keith Schmitz

Madison Community Advocate Jeanne Silverberg


Editorial Board Endorsements:

Capital Times

Shepherd Express

Ed Fallone is a constitutional law scholar who has devoted over 27 years of his life to the law and ensuring that the Wisconsin legal system works for all Wisconsinites. He has taught over 2,300 Wisconsin lawyers including judges and elected officials. Ed will be the first Latino to serve on our state’s highest court and will bring expertise in corporate and criminal law to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. His mother was a Mexican immigrant and his father was a teacher, he comes from a working class family and has two children who attended Yale University and the American University School of International Service. Ed is running for Wisconsin Supreme Court to preserve the independence of the judiciary and defend our rights to equal treatment under the law and self-governance.

The primary election for the Supreme Court will be held February 18, 2020.

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