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Horlacher seeks to bring years of experience as a prosecutor and public safety-focused lawmaker to the bench 

MUKWONAGO, WI – Cody Horlacher, Republican State Representative, announces he intends to run for Waukesha County Circuit Court. Representative Cody Horlacher aims to replace Judge Maria Lazar after her election to the Court of Appeals last week. He will not seek re-election for a fifth term to the State Assembly.

“It has been an absolute honor to serve the people of Wisconsin’s 33rd Assembly District. It has been my privilege to serve as their representative since being elected in 2014,” said Rep. Cody Horlacher. “I want to thank everyone I’ve had the opportunity to serve and work with while in office.”

While in the state legislature, Rep. Cody Horlacher has worked to advance protections for law enforcement and first responders. Rep. Cody Horlacher served as the Vice-Chair of the Judiciary and Criminal Justice Committees in the Wisconsin State Assembly.

“I’m committed to serving the people of our community. We need principled public servants who will preserve the rule of law, public safety, and our freedoms. As a Waukesha County judge, I will uphold the rule of law, ensure our constitutional rights are protected, and not legislate from the bench,” said Rep. Cody Horlacher.

Before being elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly, Rep. Cody Horlacher served as an Assistant District Attorney in Walworth County.

In addition to his public service experience, Attorney Cody Horlacher has been in private practice since 2017. In 2021, he opened up his own law practice focused on estate planning and small business consulting.

The election for Waukesha Circuit Court Branch 7 is in April of 2023. Horlacher plans to serve out the remainder of his term in the Wisconsin State Assembly and continue his private sector law practice.

Cody Horlacher represents the 33rd Assembly District in the Wisconsin State Assembly. He lives with his wife and two children in the City of Mukwonago, the southwestern gateway of Waukesha County.

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