MUSKEGO — Today, Judge Shelley Grogan announces the support of Wisconsin Conservative State Senators—current and former—including Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu and Senate President Chris Kapenga. They join a growing list of strong conservative leaders who are ready to replace liberal Governor Tony Evers’ appointee with a constitutional conservative.

Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu
Senate President Chris Kapenga
State Senator Julian Bradley
State Senator Steve Nass
State Senator Duey Stroebel
State Senator Van Wanggaard
State Senator Andre Jacque
State Senator Joan Ballweg
State Senator Dave Craig*
State Senator Leah Vukmir*

“Now, more than ever, our state and nation need judges who stand up for the constitution and the rule of law. I trust Judge Grogan to uphold our founding principles and rule impartially. She has my full endorsement.” said Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu.

“Judge Shelley Grogan is a law-and-order jurist who knows the safety and security of Wisconsin’s families are of utmost importance to keep the American Dream alive and well. Judge Grogan believes the job of a district Court of Appeals judge is to strictly interpret our laws as written, which is why she has earned my endorsement in this race.” said State Senator Julian Bradley.

*Former State Senator

Background on the race:

Judge Shelley Grogan currently serves as the permanent Judicial Assistant to Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Bradley. Prior to working for Justice Bradley, she clerked for multiple Appellate Court Judges. She has more than 25 years of experience in Wisconsin courts. In addition to her work with Justice Rebecca Bradley, she is the current sitting judge in the City of Muskego, where she has lived for over 25 years. It’s where she and her late husband raised their three wonderful children. Judge Grogan is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at Marquette University Law School.

Judge Grogan’s opponent was handpicked by Liberal Governor Tony Evers. Evers has now appointed ¼ of all Wisconsin Court of Appeals Judges.

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