MUSKEGO — The Milwaukee Police Association, on behalf of its more than 1,400 members living across Wisconsin, announced today they are backing Judge Shelley Grogan in her race for Wisconsin Court of Appeals District II. They join an overwhelming majority of Sheriffs who have endorsed Judge Grogan.
“The Milwaukee Police Association is honored to endorse Judge Shelley Grogan’s candidacy for Wisconsin Court of Appeals District II in the 2021 Spring Election on April 6. During these increasingly trying times, the 1,400 men and women of the Milwaukee Police Association appreciate Judge Grogan’s dedication to serving our community. We believe the backbone of our Justice System relies on fair and balanced leaders, such as Judge Shelley Grogan.” said Andrew Wagner, Vice President of the Milwaukee Police Association.
“I am proud to add to our growing list of law enforcement leaders supporting our grassroots campaign. I’m running to be a Judge who will stand for the rule of law, protect our constitutional freedoms, and support law and order.” said Judge Shelley Grogan.
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 her late husband and her 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.