KENOSHA – The Kenosha Education Association (KEA) endorsed Angela Cunningham for Circuit Court Judge Branch 6. The support of teachers is incredibly important to Angela and she is proud to accept this endorsement.
“We need leaders and elected officials who understand how their decisions impact our community. I think Angela offers a refreshing approach and an understanding of how situations need to be evaluated at each systemic level and is mindful of how this position can impact the livelihoods of our students in Kenosha schools. With Angela’s background, experience, and involvement with the community, I believe she will make a positive and lasting impression,” commented Tanya Kitts-Lewinski, Kenosha Unified School District Special Education Teacher and KEA President.
Angela’s years of experience as a criminal defense attorney, guardian ad litem, former prosecutor, and former public interest attorney give her a fresh perspective that she will use as a judge. Her wide range of legal experience and her engagement with the Kenosha community make her qualified to serve. As a nonprofit board member, grassroots organizer, and tutor for elementary students, Angela has spent years giving back to her community.
The primary election for Kenosha County Circuit Court Judge Branch 6 is on February 16th and the general election will be held April 6th.